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Advances in Artificial Neural Systems
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Advances in Artificial Neural Systems offers original research and authoritative reviews on all aspects of the engineering of artificial neural information processing based on the neural paradigm. The neural information processing paradigm rests on the use of large numbers of densely interconnected simple information processing units, and on highly parallel and distributed information processing throughout the system. Similar to natural information processing systems, artificial neural systems have a homogeneous structure, which are highly adaptive and integrate all the information processing for the task from sensing to actuation.

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Premier Date July 26, 2012


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