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Neural Information Processing

11th International Conference, ICONIP 2004 Calcutta, India, November 22–25, 2004 Proceedings

Part of the book series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS, volume 3316)

Conference series link(s): ICONIP: International Conference on Neural Information Processing

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Table of contents (210 papers)

  1. Front Matter

  2. Computational Neuroscience

    1. Neural Information Processing Efforts to Restore Vision in the Blind

      • Rolf Eckmiller, Oliver Baruth, Dirk Neumann
      Pages 10-18
    2. Synchronous Phenomena for Two-Layered Neural Network with Chaotic Neurons

      • Katsuki Katayama, Masafumi Yano, Tsuyoshi Horiguchi
      Pages 19-30
    3. Neural Mechanism of Binding ITD Information with IID One for Generating Brain Map of Sound Localization

      • Kazuhisa Fujita, ShungQuang Huang, Yoshiki Kashimori, Takeshi Kambara
      Pages 44-49
    4. A Model That Captures Receptive Field Properties of Orientation Selective Neurons in the Visual Cortex

      • Basabi Bhaumik, Alok Agarwal, Mona Mathur, Manish Manohar
      Pages 57-63
    5. The Role of the Basal Ganglia in Exploratory Behavior in a Model Based on Reinforcement Learning

      • Sridharan Devarajan, P. S. Prashanth, V. S. Chakravarthy
      Pages 70-77
    6. A Functional Role of FM Sweep Rate of Biosonar in Echolocation of Bat

      • Kazuhisa Fujita, Eigo Kamata, Satoru Inoue, Yoshiki Kashimori, Takeshi Kambara
      Pages 78-83

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About this book

It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the 11th International Conference on Neural Information Processing (ICONIP 2004) to be held in Calcutta. ICONIP 2004 is organized jointly by the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) and Jadavpur University (JU). We are con?dent that ICONIP 2004, like the previous conf- ences in this series,will providea forum for fruitful interactionandthe exchange of ideas between the participants coming from all parts of the globe. ICONIP 2004 covers all major facets of computational intelligence, but, of course, with a primary emphasis on neural networks. We are sure that this meeting will be enjoyable academically and otherwise. We are thankful to the track chairs and the reviewers for extending their support in various forms to make a sound technical program. Except for a few cases, where we could get only two review reports, each submitted paper was reviewed by at least three referees, and in some cases the revised versions were againcheckedbythereferees. Wehad470submissionsanditwasnotaneasytask for us to select papers for a four-day conference. Because of the limited duration of the conference, based on the review reports we selected only about 40% of the contributed papers. Consequently, it is possible that some good papers are left out. We again express our sincere thanks to all referees for accomplishing a great job. In addition to 186 contributed papers, the proceedings includes two plenary presentations, four invited talks and 18 papers in four special sessions. The proceedings is organized into 26 coherent topical groups.

Keywords

  • adaption
  • algorithmic learning
  • artificial intelligence
  • artificial neural networks
  • cognitive science
  • evolutionary computing
  • fuzzy logic
  • fuzzy system
  • kernel methods
  • neural computing
  • neuro-fuzzy systems
  • neuroinformatics
  • neuroscience
  • soft computing
  • support vector machine
  • algorithm analysis and problem complexity

Editors and Affiliations

  • Indian Statistical Institute, Electronics and Communication Sciences Unit, Kolkata, India

    Nikhil Ranjan Pal

  • School of Computer and Information Sciences, Knowledge Engineering and Discovery Research Institute (KEDRI), Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand

    Nik Kasabov

  • Department of Instrumentation and Electronics Engineering, Jadavpur University, Calcutta, India

    Rajani K. Mudi

  • Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta,  

    Srimanta Pal

  • Indian Statistical Institute, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Unit, Kolkata, India

    Swapan Kumar Parui

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