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Neural Computation


Terrence J. Sejnowski, Editor-in-Chief

Neural Computation disseminates important, multidisciplinary research in a field that attracts psychologists, physicists, computer scientists, neuroscientists, and artificial intelligence investigators, among others.

Table of Contents

Vol. 1, Issue 1 - Spring 1989


Review of Neural Networks for Speech Recognition
pp. 1-38
Abstract | PDF (2.01 MB)
Modular Construction of Time-Delay Neural Networks for Speech Recognition
pp. 39-46
Abstract | PDF (379.8 KB)
A Silicon Model Of Auditory Localization
pp. 47-57
Abstract | PDF (468.15 KB)
Criteria for Robust Stability In A Class Of Lateral Inhibition Networks Coupled Through Resistive Grids
pp. 58-67
Abstract | PDF (428.89 KB)
Two Stages of Curve Detection Suggest Two Styles of Visual Computation
pp. 68-81
Abstract | PDF (962.01 KB)
Part Segmentation for Object Recognition
pp. 82-91
Abstract | PDF (828.05 KB)
Computing Optical Flow in the Primate Visual System
pp. 92-103
Abstract | PDF (679.82 KB)
A Multiple-Map Model for Pattern Classification
pp. 104-115
Abstract | PDF (849.07 KB)
A Control Systems Model of Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements with Realistic Emergent Properties
pp. 116-122
Abstract | PDF (325.76 KB)
The Brain Binds Entities and Events by Multiregional Activation from Convergence Zones
pp. 123-132
Abstract | PDF (992.59 KB)
Product Units: A Computationally Powerful and Biologically Plausible Extension to Backpropagation Networks
pp. 133-142
Abstract | PDF (490.52 KB)
Deterministic Boltzmann Learning Performs Steepest Descent in Weight-Space
pp. 143-150
Abstract | PDF (356.52 KB)
What Size Net Gives Valid Generalization?
pp. 151-160
Abstract | PDF (556.42 KB)