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Theory and Applications of Neural Networks

Proceedings of the First British Neural Network Society Meeting, London

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This volume contains the papers presented at the first British Neural Network Society Meeting (NMC '90) held at King's College London, on 18-20 April 1990. The meeting was sponsored by the London Mathematical Society. The papers include introductory tutorial lectures, invited, and contributed papers. The invited contributions were given by experts from the USA, Finland, Denmark, Germany and the UK. The first day was devoted to tutorials. Professor Stephen Grossberg (Boston University) was a guest speaker on the first day, giving a thorough introduction to his adaptive resonance theory of neural networks. Subsequent tutorials covered dynamical systems and neural networks, realistic neural modelling, pattern recognition using neural networks and a review of hardware for neural network simulations. The contributed papers, given on the second day, demonstrated the breadth of interests of workers in the field. They covered topics in pattern recognition, multi-layer feedforward neural networks, network dynamics, memory and learning. On the final day, talks were given by Professor Kohonen (on self organizing maps), Professor Kurten (on the dynamics of random and structured nets) and Professor Cotterill (on modelling the visual cortex). Dr. Mayes presented a paper on various models for amnesia.

Product code: 9783540196501

ISBN 9783540196501
Publisher Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
No. Of Pages 305
Series Perspectives in Neural Computing
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H242xW170
Subsequent tutorials on the first day covered dynamical systems and neural networks, realistic neural modelling, pattern recognition using neural networks, and a review of hardware for neural network simulations.