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Free eBook Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Neural Networks and Parallel Distributed Processing download ISBN: 0931682339
Author: Samir I. M.D. Ph.D. Sayegh
Publisher: Purdue Univ Pr (December 1, 1992)
Language: English
Pages: 234
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Includes bibliographical references.

Includes bibliographical references. This volume contains papers presented at the Fourth Conference on Neural Networks and Parallel Distributed Processing held April 1991, in Fort Wayne, Indiana"-Pref. Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Neural Networks and Parallel Distributed Processing.

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The Conference and Workshop on Neural Information Processing Systems (abbreviated as NeurIPS and formerly NIPS) is a machine learning and computational neuroscience conference held every December. The conference is currently a double-track meeting (single-track until 2015) that includes invited talks as well as oral and poster presentations of refereed papers, followed by parallel-track workshops that up to 2013 were held at ski resorts.

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This volume presents the proceedings of the First Canada-France Conference on Parallel Computing; despite its name, this conference was open to full international contribution and participation, as shown by the list of contributing authors.

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