Author: Maria Marinaro
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
From its early beginnings in the fifties and sixties, the field of neural networks has been steadily developing to become one of the most interdisciplinary areas of research within computer science. This volume contains selected papers from WIRN Vietri-98, the 10th Italian Workshop on Neural Nets, 21-23 May 1998, Vietri sul Mare, Salerno, Italy. This annual event, sponsored amongst others by the IEEE Neural Network Council and the INNS/SIG Italy, brings together the best of research from all over the world. The papers cover a range of key topics within neural networks, including pattern recognition, signal processing, hybrid systems, mathematical models, hardware and software design, and fuzzy techniques. It also includes two review talks on a Morpho-Functional Model to Describe Variability Found at Hippocampal Synapses and Neural Networks and Speech Processing. By providing the reader with a comprehensive overview of recent research in this area, the volume makes a valuable contribution to the Perspectives in Neural Computing Series.