Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems: v. 10 - Proceedings of the 1997 Conference

Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems: v. 10 - Proceedings of the 1997 Conference

By: Michael J. Kearns (editor), Sara A. Solla (editor), Michael I. Jordan (editor)Hardback

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The annual conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) is the flagship conference on neural computation. It draws preeminent academic researchers from around the world and is widely considered to be a showcase conference for new developments in network algorithms and architectures. The broad range of interdisciplinary research areas represented includes computer science, neuroscience, statistics, physics, cognitive science, and many branches of engineering, including signal processing and control theory. Only about 30 percent of the papers submitted are accepted for presentation at NIPS, so the quality is exceptionally high. These proceedings contain all of the papers that were presented.

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Michael J. Kearns is Professor of Computer and Information Science at the University of Pennsylvania.


Part 1 Cognitive science: synchronized auditory and cognitive 40 Hz attentional streams and the impact of rhythmic expectations on auditory scene analysis, Bill Baird; on parallel versus serial processing - a computational study of visual search, Eyal Cohen, Eytan Ruppin; task and spatial frequency effects on face specialization, Matthew N. Dailey, Garrison W. Cottrell; Neural basis of object-centred representations, Sophie Debeve, Alexandre Pouget; a neural network model of naive preference and filial imprinting in the domestic chick, Lucy E. Hadden; adaptation in speech motor control, John F. Houde, Michael I. Jordan; learning human-like knowledge by singular value decomposition - a progress report, Thomas K. Landauer et al; multi-modular associative memory, Nir Levy et al; serial order in reading aloud - connectionist models and neighbourhood structure, Jeanne C. Milostan, Garrison W. Cottrell; a superadditive-impairment theory of optic aphasia, Michael C. Mozer et al; a hippocampal model of recognition memory, Randall C. O'Reilly et al; correlates of attention in a model of dynamic visual recognition, Rajesh P.N. Rao; recurrent neural networks can learn to implement symbol-sensitive counting, Paul Rodriguez, Janet Wiles; comparison of human and machine word recognition, Markus Schenkel et al. Part 2 Neuroscience: coding of naturalistic stimuli by auditory midbrain neurons, Hagai Atias, Christoph E. Schreiner; refractoriness and neural precision, Michael J. Berry II, Markus Meister; statistical models of conditioning, Peter Dayan, Theresa Long; characterizing neurons in the primary auditory cortex of the awake primate using reverse correlation, R. Christopher de Charms, Michael M. Merzenich; using Helmholtz machines to analyze multi-channel neuronal recordings, Virginia R. de Sa et al; instabilities in eye movement control - a model of periodic alternating nystagmus, Ernst R. Dow, Thomas J. Anastasio; hippocampal model of rat spatial abilities using temporal difference learning, David J. Foster et al; gradients for retinotectal mapping, Geoffrey J. Goodhill; a mathematical model of axon guidance by diffusible factors, Geoffrey J. Goodhill; computing with action potentials (invited talk), John J. Hopfield et al; a model of early visual processing, Laurent Itti et al; perturbative M-sequences for auditory systems identification, Mark Kvale, Christoph E. Schreiner; effects of spike timing underlying binocular integration and rivalry in a neural model of early visual cortex, Erik D. Lumer. (Part contents).

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  • publication date: 25/08/1998
  • ISBN13: 9780262100762
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 1107
  • ID: 9780262100762
  • weight: 2065
  • ISBN10: 0262100762

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