Cellular Automata, Dynamical Systems and Neural Networks / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Springer Netherlands
This volume contains the lectures given at the Third School on Statistical Physics and Cooperative Systems, Santiago, Chile, in December 1992.
All lectures are related to recent interdisciplinary trends in statistical physics: nonlinear phenomena, dynamical systems, ergodic theory, cellular automata, symbolic dynamics, large deviations theory and numeral networks. Each contribution is devoted to one or more of the previous subjects. In most cases they are structured as surveys presenting an original point of view and new results at the same time.
For researchers and graduate students interested in statistical physics and theoretical computer science.
Table of Contents
Foreword. Cellular Automata and Transducers. A Topological View; F. Blanchard. Automata Network Models of Interacting Populations; N. Boccara. Entropy, Pressure and Large Deviation; A. Lopes. Formal Neural Networks: from Supervised to Unsupervised Learning; J.-P. Nadal. Storage of Correlated Patterns in Neural Networks; P. Pérez.