© 1993 – Psychology Press
George G. Lendaris, Portland State University
Stephen Grossberg, Boston University
Bart Kosko, University of Southern California
Formed in 1987 in response to the extraordinary international interest in neural network research, INNS includes among its founders many of the most distinguished leaders of the field. The World Congress on Neural Networks was held to bring together academic scientists, students, industrial commercializers and financers in an open forum for the advancement of the full spectrum of significant neural network research and development, from biology through technology.
Main Topics include: Volume I: Biological Vision. Applications I. Applications II. SME/INNS Track. Intelligent Neural Systems. Volume II: Neural Fuzzy Systems. Cognitive Neuroscience. Associative Memory. Unsupervised Learning. Local Circuit Neurobiology. IFSA/INNS Track. Volume III: Speech and Language. Robotics and Control. Supervised Learning I. Supervised Learning II. Machine Vision. Volume IV: Pattern Recognition. Neurodynamics. Biological Sensory-Motor Control. Signal Processing. Electro-Optical Neurocomputers.