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IJCNN is the flagship conference of the INNS, as well as the IEEE Neural Networks Society. It has arguably been the preeminent conference in the field, even as neural network conferences have proliferated and specialized. As the number of conferences has grown, its strongest competition has migrated away from an emphasis on neural networks. IJCNN has embraced the proliferation of spin-off and related fields (see the topic list, below), while maintaining a core emphasis befitting its name. It has also succeeded in enforcing an emphasis on quality.

Table of Contents

Editorial.
Welcome to the Special Issue: The best of the best (D.C. Wunsch II, M. Hasselmo, D. Wang, G.K. Venayagamoorthy).

PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR FUNCTION
Adaptive force generation for precision-grip lifting by a spectral timing model of the cerebellum (A. Ulloa, D. Bullock, B.J.Rhodes)
Radial basis function neural networks for nonlinear Fisher discrimination and Neyman-Pearson classification (D. Casasent, X.-w.Chen)
Intrinsic generalization analysis of low dimensional representations (X. Liu, A.Srivastava)
Application of four-layer neural network on information extraction (M. Han, L.Cheng, H.Meng)
Subject independent facial expression recognition with robust face detection (M. Matsugu, K.Mori, Y.Mitari,Y.Kaneda)
A generalized feedforward neural network architecture for classification and regression (G. Arulampalam, A.Bouzerdoum)

COGNITIVE FUNCTION AND COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE
Hierarchical cognitive maps (H. Voicu)
Modeling goal-directed spatial navigation in the rat based on physiological data from the hippocampal formation (R.A. Koene, A.Gorchetchnikov)
An efficient training algorithm for dynamic synapse neural networks using trust region methods (H.H. Namarvar, T.W.Berger)
Temporal binding as an inducer for connectionist recruitment learning over delayed lines (C. Günay, A.S.Maida)
Developments in understanding neuronal spike trains and functional specializations in brain regions (R.A. Santiago, J.McNames, K.Burchiel, G.G.Lendaris)
Shaping up simple cell's receptive field of animal visual by ICA and it's application in navigation system (L. Zhang, J.Mei)
eLoom and Flatland: specification, simulation and visualization engines for the study of arbitrary hiera

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No. of pages:
434
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2003
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier Science
Electronic ISBN:
9780080913803
Print ISBN:
9780080443201

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