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15th International Conference on Neural Information Processing of the Asia-Pacific Neural Network Assembly, APNNA (ICONIP’ 08), November 25-28, 2008, Auckland, NZ

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Technical co-sponsorship: APNNA, INNS, JNNS, ENNS, IEEE CIS
Preceded by the INNS 2008 Symposia on “New Directions in Neural Networks” (INNS-NNN), 24-25 November '08

Objectives: Neuro-Information Processing  is  an  area  of  science concerned  with  the development, implementation, realisation and application of computational models that mimic the brain in its main functions of adaptive learning, predictive generalisation, knowledge discovery, creative thinking. Applications span across all disciplines, e.g.: neuroinformatics, brain  study, cognitive engineering, bioinformatics, biomedical applications,  biometric and security, agriculture,  environment,  decision  support,  business and finance, speech-, image-  and  multimodal  information  processing,  process  control, arts and design. The conference will include tutorials (25th Nov. afternoon), plenary and invited talks (26 & 27th Nov), ordinary and specials sessions (25, 26, 27th Nov), poster presentations (25, 26, 27th Nov) and demonstrations of neuro-computing systems (26th Nov), followed by workshops. One Workshop on “Perception and Control of Movement” will be held in Dunedin (in the South Island). Transportation from Auckland to Dunedin must be organised individually. The conference will be preceded by two INNS-NNN 2008 Symposia on “Development and Learning” and “Computational neurogenetic modelling (24 and 25th Nov). 

Please visit ICONIP 2008's official website for more details.

Last updated: 02 Dec 2011 10:07am

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