by V. D. Sánchez A., German Aerospace Research, Establishment, Wessling, Germany,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Mechanics Computing in 1990's and Beyond


Neurocomputing, an evolving discipline of science and technology which involves the study and use of nonlinear networks of parallel processing elements for certain classes of information processing (computing) is reviewed in its current stage, including theoretical aspects, practical environments, applications, and the status quo. These networks possess a 'learning from examples'-capability via training or self-organization, and their analysis was originally inspired by the study of the amazing information processing capabilities of biological organisms.

Subject Headings: Biological processes | Nonlinear analysis | Training | Organisms | Computer programming | Automation | Network analysis

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