By Giacomo Indiveri (auth.), Roberto Tagliaferri, Maria Marinaro (eds.)
This booklet includes the complaints of the twelfth Italian workshop on neural nets which used to be held in Salerno, Italy from 17-19 may possibly 2001. Bringing jointly some of the best study and improvement from the clinical group, it presents in-depth analyses of issues within the components of Architectures and Algorithms, photograph and sign Processing, and Applications.
Of specific curiosity are the following:
Invited lectures on: Computation in Neuromorphic Analog VLSI platforms; On Connectionism and Rule Extraction; and past uncomplicated Rule Extraction: buying making plans wisdom from Neural Networks;
A evaluate speak on: Neurofuzzy Approximator in keeping with Mamdani's Model;
Papers from a unique consultation on: From Synapses to Rules.
This quantity offers a cutting-edge evaluate of present learn and should be of curiosity to graduate and postgraduate scholars and researchers within the fields of laptop technology; engineering; physics and arithmetic.
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The order of presentation is also of two types: • random the patterns ofSTS are ordered randomly; • radial: the patterns are ordered on the basis of their distance from the gravity center of the STS. The TS is obtained by considering 100 samples of the input space uniformly distributed in domain I, by determining the corresponding values of the output through (27), and then by superimposing to them the selected noise. The two subsets STS and VS are obtained by alternating their patterns between them.
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An appropriate choice for shaping and locating the MFs is based on tailoring them directly to the data distribution in the conjunct input-output space. Namely, this strategy can be easily pursued by clustering data and by associating MFs to clusters. Since there are a large arsenal of clustering algorithms, the number of possible alternatives to the MFs modeling techniques explodes. In Sect. 4, we will limit our attention to only two clustering algorithms: the FCM (fuzzy-c-means)  and a modified version of MIN-MAX  proposed in .