Neural Nets, Wirn Vietri-'97: Proceedings of the 9th Italian Workshop On Neural Nets, Vietri Sul Mare, Salerno, 22-24 May 1997

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This volume contains selected papers from WIRN VIETRI-97, the 9th Italian Workshop on Neural Nets, held Vietri sul Mare, Salerno, Italy, from 22-24 May 1997. The papers cover a variety of topics related to neural networks, including pattern recognition, signal processing, theoretical models, applications in science and industry, virtual reality, fuzzy systems, and software algorithms. = By providing the reader with a comprehensive overview of recent research work in this area, the volume makes an invaluab le ...

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This volume contains selected papers from WIRN VIETRI-97, the 9th Italian Workshop on Neural Nets, held Vietri sul Mare, Salerno, Italy, from 22-24 May 1997. The papers cover a variety of topics related to neural networks, including pattern recognition, signal processing, theoretical models, applications in science and industry, virtual reality, fuzzy systems, and software algorithms. = By providing the reader with a comprehensive overview of recent research work in this area, the volume makes an invaluab le contribution to the Perspectives in Neural Computing Series. Neural Nets - WIRN VIETRI-97 will provide invaluable reading material for anyone who needs to keep up to date with the latest developments in neural networks and related areas. It will be of particular interest to academic and industrial researchers, and postgraduate and graduate students.

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Table of Contents

Latent Variables, Topographic Mappings and Data Visualization 3
Fuzzy Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition 35
A Unifying View of Gradient Calculations and Learning for Locally Recurrent Neural Networks 84
Employment of a Progressive Learning Neural Network for Identification and Control 101
What Size Needs Testing? 115
Entropy Based Comparison of Neural Networks for Classification 124
A Hebbian Model for Space Representation 133
Sequences of Discrete Hopfield's Networks for the Maximum Clique Problem 139
Rates of Approximation of Multivariable Functions by One-Hidden-Layer Neural Networks 147
Energy Functional and Fixed Points of a Neural Network 153
A Distribution-Free VC-Dimension-Based Performance Bound 162
Attractor Neural Networks as Models of Semantic Memory 169
Image Reconstruction Using a Hierarchical RBF Network Architecture 177
Word Recognition by MLP-Based Character Spotting and Dynamic Programming 183
Video Data Compression Using Multilayer Perceptrons 189
Speeding Up Neural Network Execution: An Application to Speech Recognition 195
Periodicity Analysis of Unevenly Spaced Data by Means of Neural Networks 201
Computational Maps for Articulatory Speech Synthesis 213
A Neural Solution for a Mobile Robot Navigation into Unknown Indoor Environments Using Visual Landmarks 219
An Application of the Bootstrap 632+ Rule to Ecological Data 227
Are Hybrid Fuzzy-Neural Systems Actually Useful in Plasma Engineering? 233
MAIA Neural Network: An Application to the Railway Anti-Skating System 239
On the Cognitive Behaviour of a Multi-Layer Perceptron in Forecasting Meteorological Visibility 245
Classifying Magnetic Resonance Spectra of Brain Neoplasms Using Fuzzy and Robust Gold Standard Adjustments 252
Self-Organization with a Large Medical Databases Using GTM for Prediction and Clustering 257
Icarus Platform: Software Integration of Several Intelligent Systems 263
Plastic Tabu Search for Training Multilayer Perceptrons 271
Training Analog VLSI Multi Layer Perceptron Networks with Continuous Time Back Propagation 277
EM Algorithm: A Neural Network View 285
HW/SW Co-Design of a Complete Pre-Processing/Recognition System Based on Sgs-Thomson OCR Analog Chip 293
Interval Arithmetic Perceptron with Pruning Capability 299
Hidden Recursive Models 305
Geometrical Constructive Algorithms of Binary Neural Networks 312
On the Adaptable Boolean Neural Net Paradigm 318
Cluster Connections: A Visualization Technique to Reveal Cluster Boundaries in Self-Organizing Maps 324
Discriminative Least Squares Learning for Fast Adaptive Neural Equalization 330
Author Index 337
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