By Zongben Xu, Deyu Meng, Wenfeng Jing (auth.), Jun Wang, Xiao-Feng Liao, Zhang Yi (eds.)
This publication and its sister volumes represent the court cases of the 2d foreign Symposium on Neural Networks (ISNN 2005). ISNN 2005 used to be held within the appealing mountain urban Chongqing by way of the higher Yangtze River in southwestern China in the course of may possibly 30–June 1, 2005, as a sequel of ISNN 2004 effectively held in Dalian, China. ISNN emerged as a number one convention on neural computation within the quarter with - creasing worldwide reputation and effect. ISNN 2005 acquired 1425 submissions from authors on ?ve continents (Asia, Europe, North the United States, South the United States, and Oc- nia), 33 international locations and areas (Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, India, Nepal, Iran, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, France, Sweden, Norway, Spain, Portugal, united kingdom, united states, Canada, Venezuela, Brazil, Chile, Australia, and New Zealand). in response to rigorous stories, 483 high quality papers have been chosen via this system Committee for presentation at ISNN 2005 and e-book within the proce- ings, with an popularity fee of under 34%. as well as the varied contributed papers, 10 uncommon students have been invited to provide plenary speeches and tutorials at ISNN 2005.
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