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Page 3826 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 81, Issue 8 [page]

1994 Psychological Abstracts  
N. A. Schmajuk and J.  ...  The focus is a structure with associative properties called the General Neural Unit (GNU), and it is shown that weightless analysis leads to an understanding of storage capacity and retrievability of stored  ... 

Determination of weights for relaxation recurrent neural networks

Gürsel Serpen, David L Livingston
2000 Neurocomputing  
Convergence to a solution after each relaxation is not guaranteed for the N-Queens and the Graph Path Search Problems since the solution set is a proper subset of the stable point set.  ...  Salesman Problem, the Assignment Problem, the Weighted Matching Problem, the N-Queens Problem and the Graph Path Search Problem.  ...  dynamics defined by s net i k i k i + = < 1 0 if Θ , s net i k i k i + = > 1 1 if Θ , and s s net i k i k i k i + = = 1 if Θ , i N = 1 2 , , , , (2) where k is a discrete time index, net w s b i k j N  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0925-2312(00)00310-6 fatcat:4eak6wrh7zf4fntlulejvtx6oy

Neural Networks for Combinatorial Optimization: A Review of More Than a Decade of Research

Kate A. Smith
1999 INFORMS journal on computing  
It has been over a decade since neural networks were first applied to solve combinatorial optimization problems.  ...  This article briefly summarizes the work that has been done and presents the current standing of neural networks for combinatorial optimization by considering each of the major classes of combinatorial  ...  Acknowledgements The author is grateful to three anonymous referees, an associate editor, Dr. M. Gendreau, and Dr. B. Golden for their helpful comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1287/ijoc.11.1.15 fatcat:jy5jur2pyjhndpi45argti2f54

Climate: Baselines for the Biological Effects of Environmental Change

John A. Raven
2011 Current Biology  
Decreases in stomatal density with increasing CO 2 for growth occurs at both the phenotypic and the genotypic level in C 3 plants [14, 15] , but with no significant effects in C 4 plants [15] .  ...  A good example of the use of herbarium specimens is Woodward's [13] work on the change in stomatal density (number of stomata per unit area of leaf) of C 3 plants since pre-industrial times.  ...  Interestingly, the SNX9 SH3 domain, which is responsible for EspF binding, can interact directly with N-WASP [9] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cub.2011.01.055 pmid:21377096 fatcat:llmdz25confvthvf2ao5qlpg3e

Abstracts from the 38th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry

2016 Hikaku seiri seikagaku(Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry)  
., Japan Studies on neural and body mechanisms for self-initiated, controlled behavior in crustaceans Katsushi KAGAYA, Hakubi center for advanced research, Kyoto University The behavioral physiology of  ...  Net chasing treatment was conducted two trials per a day and repeated two weeks. For chasing treatment with shelter, the avoidance behavior into shelter was observed for pre-chasing on every trial.  ...  To resolve the problem, we developed a novel stimulation device.  ... 
doi:10.3330/hikakuseiriseika.33.145 fatcat:cbhctxib7nfvlcxkfajcpgb7xi

Neural Networks and Their Application to Power Engineering [chapter]

Mohamed A. El-Sharkawi, Robert J. Marks, Siri Weerasooriya
1991 Control and Dynamic Systems  
Neural networks of this type can either be implemented in discrete or continuous time. -- This is an acceptable solution. For N > 3, a chess board can support, a t most, N queens.  ...  We will solve the Traveling Salesman problem with the use of an N x N neural network. If, in steady state, an N = 8 neural network reads to be visited.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-012741-2.50012-9 fatcat:3qhnsfbe6bhxnihk6tmelo5jbi

IMU Sensing–Based Hopfield Neuromorphic Computing for Human Activity Recognition

Zheqi Yu, Adnan Zahid, Shuja Ansari, Hasan Abbas, Hadi Heidari, Muhammad A. Imran, Qammer H. Abbasi
2022 Frontiers in Communications and Networks  
Aiming at the self-association feature of the Hopfield neural network, we can reduce the need for extensive sensor training samples during human behavior recognition.  ...  For a training algorithm to obtain a general activity feature template with only one time data preprocessing, this work proposes a data preprocessing framework that is suitable for neuromorphic computing  ...  of Engineering and Physical Sciences, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom Aiming at the self-association feature of the Hopfield neural network, we can reduce the need for extensive sensor  ... 
doi:10.3389/frcmn.2021.820248 fatcat:m32doej6u5ak3l6h2lxy4uhsam

Abstracts from the 35th Annual Meeting of The Japanese Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry

2013 Hikaku seiri seikagaku(Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry)  
The actin bundles are not direct contact with a basal plasma membrane, but it is linked the membrane via the cortical actin network.  ...  Social vertebrates recognize group members often optically, but less studied is with which visual cues and how animals use the cue for individual recognition except for some animals, e.g. apes, monkeys  ...  The levels of N-acetyloctopamine and N-acetyltyramine did not show significant change, after the queen establishes a colony.  ... 
doi:10.3330/hikakuseiriseika.30.147 fatcat:x2pmh3fel5ct5i6h5okyy63nea

The dominance-contiguity theory of the acquisition of classical conditioning

Gregory Razran
1957 Psychological bulletin  
not in and by it- self ensure the conditioning of all or even of any——CSs that occur with it.  ...  were over and above (net) those obtained with the CS and the UR characteristics under discussion.  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0047215 fatcat:rchlehpmtbakbfwyzvv7fhjewm

The dominance-contiguity theory of the acquisition of classical conditioning

1957 Psychological bulletin  
not in and by it- self ensure the conditioning of all or even of any——CSs that occur with it.  ...  were over and above (net) those obtained with the CS and the UR characteristics under discussion.  ... 
pmid:13400980 fatcat:mwov4wwk3vcunlll77nhjbrt5a

Classifying continuous, real-time e-nose sensor data using a bio-inspired spiking network modelled on the insect olfactory system

A Diamond, M Schmuker, A Z Berna, S Trowell, Thomas Nowotny
2016 Bioinspiration & Biomimetics  
This investigation therefore seeks to inform and develop the potential and suitability of biomimetic classifiers for use with typical real-world sensor data.  ...  Taking a generic classifier design inspired by the inhibition and competition in the insect antennal lobe, we apply it to identifying 20 individual chemical odours from the timeseries of responses of metal  ...  Acknowledgments Dr R Binions of Queen Mary, London provided the novel CTO-based sensors used for half of the underlying recordings.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1748-3190/11/2/026002 pmid:26891474 fatcat:m4mlv4vx4baqtmcu4yqsbf6tku

Understanding the Effects of Sublethal Pesticide Exposure on Honey Bees: A Role for Probiotics as Mediators of Environmental Stress

John A. Chmiel, Brendan A. Daisley, Andrew P. Pitek, Graham J. Thompson, Gregor Reid
2020 Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution  
In consideration of actionable solutions to mitigate the effects of sublethal pesticide exposure, we have identified the potential for probiotic supplementation as a promising strategy that can be easily  ...  Managed populations of the European honey bee (Apis mellifera) support the production of a global food supply.  ...  An alternate process to explain neural impairment following pesticide exposure is that pesticides may interfere with the perception of a stimulus rather than the cognition of one.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fevo.2020.00022 fatcat:tdie6nsgh5hvfpwmjptf7txta4

Neural networks for variational problems in engineering

R. Lopez, E. Balsa-Canto, E. Oñate
2008 International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering  
Finally I would like to thank all my colleagues at the International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE) for their pleasant friendship.  ...  Eugenio Oñate, for his belief and support in this project. Many thanks to my Co-Director, Dr. Eva Balsa, and my Tutor, Dr. Lluìs Belanche, for their fruitful comments and suggestions.  ...  The airfoil self-noise problem A neural network model for airfoil self-noise prediction has been created using a noise spectrum database collected from a family of NACA 0012 airfoils.  ... 
doi:10.1002/nme.2304 fatcat:22lvukm4vncf5hhj5mr5yqrtuq

A Neural Network Model of General Olfactory Coding in the Insect Antennal Lobe

W. M. Getz
1999 Chemical Senses  
A central problem in olfaction is understanding how the quality of olfactory stimuli is encoded in the insect antennal lobe (or in the analogously structured vertebrate olfactory bulb) for perceptual processing  ...  Linster, C. and Hasselmo, M. (1997) Modulation of inhibition in a model of olfactory bulb reduces overlap in the neural representation of olfactory stimuli. Behav. Brain Res., 84, 117-127.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Bill Lemon for helpful discussions, Benjamin Mattei for technical comments, Jean-Pierre Rospar and anonymous reviewers for extensive comments and suggestions on how to improve  ... 
doi:10.1093/chemse/24.4.351 pmid:10480672 fatcat:girwlcqq4vglpmpzhsysrjfita

Evolution of Brains and Computers: The Roads Not Taken

Ricard Solé, Luís F. Seoane
2022 Entropy  
With the rise of deep learning and the development of connectomics, an evolutionary look at how both hardware and neural complexity have evolved or designed is required.  ...  Here, we take an evolutionary view of the problem and discuss the remarkable convergences between living and artificial designs and what are the pre-conditions to achieve artificial intelligence.  ...  Special thanks to the Santa Fe Institute for hosting his visit where the original conceptualization of this work emerged at the Cormac McCarthy Library.  ... 
doi:10.3390/e24050665 pmid:35626550 pmcid:PMC9141356 fatcat:pmaxjg7hzzc5pdm5dgezospt4e
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