# Neural networks - algorithms, applications, and programming techniques

@inproceedings{Freeman1991NeuralN, title={Neural networks - algorithms, applications, and programming techniques}, author={James A. Freeman and David M. Skapura}, booktitle={Computation and neural systems series}, year={1991} }

Freeman and Skapura provide a practical introduction to artificial neural systems (ANS). The authors survey the most common neural-network architectures and show how neural networks can be used to solve actual scientific and engineering problems and describe methodologies for simulating neural-network architectures on traditional digital computing systems.

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Approximations and adaptability of neural networks

- Computer Science2005 IEEE International Conference on Granular Computing
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Given a neural network that approximates a given function, which describes some physical phenomenon, neural networks must adapt to the physical world by changing their architecture if the physical constraints and hence the given function change.

Traditional and neural networks algorithms: applications to the inspection of marble slab

- Computer Science1995 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics. Intelligent Systems for the 21st Century
- 1995

The traditional algorithms of deterministic and stochastic cluster analysis and classification are described, by comparing the results obtained using the classifiers based on neural networking techniques in supervised learning (multilayer perceptron with backpropagation).

Neural Networks and their Applications in Industry

- Computer Science
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The article looks at the necessity of artificial intelligence and more specifically neural computing systems in today's competitive business world and the various applications that neural networks have been put to.

Mapping artificial neural networks to a tree shape neurocomputer

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Survey of Neural Network Techniques and Relevant Applications

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An overview of the XNET simulator and relevant applications is presented, and an attempt to enhance the currently available toolset in Control and Signal Processing by providing readers with another asset that they can bring to bear on existing and future problems.

A general presentation of artificial neural networks. I.

- Computer ScienceSubstance use & misuse
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This article presents the use of a new processing technology: Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) Modeling, and introduces the reader, in an easy way, to types of problems for which researchers can use this technology.

APPLICATION OF NEURAL NETWORKS IN THE MODELING OF PLATE ROLLING PROCESSES

- Computer Science
- 1997

This work describes some real examples of applications of neural networks in the modeling of some plate mill processes at Companhia Siderúrgica Paulista COSIPA, a Brazilian steelmaker.

A relationship between neural networks and programmable logic arrays

- Computer ScienceIEEE International Conference on Neural Networks
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A useful relationship between some associative neural networks and programmable logic arrays (PLAs) is discussed. The analogy shown helps in understanding the properties of this class of neural…

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