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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Abstracts for: 15/9-10 2002
29-30 8-9 p. 937-942
6 p.
artikel
2 A comparative investigation on subspace dimension determination Hu, Xuelei
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1051-1059
9 p.
artikel
3 Adaptive topological tree structure for document organisation and visualisation Freeman, Richard T.
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1255-1271
17 p.
artikel
4 A minimal architecture for joint action Vesper, Cordula
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 998-1003
6 p.
artikel
5 A model of working memory: bridging the gap between electrophysiology and human brain imaging Tagamets, M.-A
2000
29-30 8-9 p. 941-952
12 p.
artikel
6 Analysis and visualization of gene expression data using Self-Organizing Maps Nikkilä, Janne
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 953-966
14 p.
artikel
7 A neural model of cortico-cerebellar interactions during attentive imitation and predictive learning of sequential handwriting movements Grossberg, S.
2000
29-30 8-9 p. 999-1046
48 p.
artikel
8 A neural model of working memory processes in normal subjects, Parkinson's disease and schizophrenia for fMRI design and predictions Monchi, O.
2000
29-30 8-9 p. 953-973
21 p.
artikel
9 Announcement: international joint conference on neural networks IJCNN 2005 2004
29-30 8-9 p. VI-
1 p.
artikel
10 Applications of the self-organising map to reinforcement learning Smith, Andrew James
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 1107-1124
18 p.
artikel
11 Applying machine learning to infant interaction: The development is in the details Messinger, Daniel M.
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 1004-1016
13 p.
artikel
12 “Artificial humans”: Psychology and neuroscience perspectives on embodiment and nonverbal communication Vogeley, Kai
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 1077-1090
14 p.
artikel
13 A self-organising network that grows when required Marsland, Stephen
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 1041-1058
18 p.
artikel
14 Assessing interactions among neuronal systems using functional neuroimaging Büchel, C
2000
29-30 8-9 p. 871-882
12 p.
artikel
15 Behaving as or behaving as if? Children’s conceptions of personified robots and the emergence of a new ontological category Severson, Rachel L.
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 1099-1103
5 p.
artikel
16 BYY harmony learning, structural RPCL, and topological self-organizing on mixture models Xu, Lei
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 1125-1151
27 p.
artikel
17 Call for Papers for Neural Networks special issue 2005: computational theories of the functions of the hippocampus 2004
29-30 8-9 p. V-
1 p.
artikel
18 Class distributions on SOM surfaces for feature extraction and object retrieval Laaksonen, Jorma T.
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1121-1133
13 p.
artikel
19 Communication and knowledge sharing in human–robot interaction and learning from demonstration Koenig, Nathan
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 1104-1112
9 p.
artikel
20 Conceptual change and preschoolers’ theory of mind: Evidence from load–force adaptation Sabbagh, Mark A.
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 1043-1050
8 p.
artikel
21 Connectivity and complexity: the relationship between neuroanatomy and brain dynamics Sporns, O
2000
29-30 8-9 p. 909-922
14 p.
artikel
22 CURRENT EVENTS 2002
29-30 8-9 p. 1153-1155
3 p.
artikel
23 Data visualisation and manifold mapping using the ViSOM Yin, Hujun
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 1005-1016
12 p.
artikel
24 Decomposing memory: functional assignments and brain traffic in paired word associate learning Taylor, J.G
2000
29-30 8-9 p. 923-940
18 p.
artikel
25 Detecting contingencies: An infomax approach Butko, Nicholas J.
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 973-984
12 p.
artikel
26 Double quantization of the regressor space for long-term time series prediction: method and proof of stability Simon, Geoffroy
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1169-1181
13 p.
artikel
27 Early lexical development in a self-organizing neural network Li, Ping
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1345-1362
18 p.
artikel
28 Editorial board 2002
29-30 8-9 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
29 Editorial Board 2010
29-30 8-9 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
30 Editorial board/Publication Information 2004
29-30 8-9 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
31 Enculturing brains through patterned practices Roepstorff, Andreas
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 1051-1059
9 p.
artikel
32 Fully automated biomedical image segmentation by self-organized model adaptation Wismüller, Axel
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1327-1344
18 p.
artikel
33 Generalized relevance learning vector quantization Hammer, Barbara
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 1059-1068
10 p.
artikel
34 Hierarchical self-organization of minicolumnar receptive fields Lücke, Jörg
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1377-1389
13 p.
artikel
35 How do children learn to follow gaze, share joint attention, imitate their teachers, and use tools during social interactions? Grossberg, Stephen
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 940-965
26 p.
artikel
36 How to make large self-organizing maps for nonvectorial data Kohonen, Teuvo
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 945-952
8 p.
artikel
37 Image denoising using self-organizing map-based nonlinear independent component analysis Haritopoulos, Michel
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 1085-1098
14 p.
artikel
38 Imaging and neural modelling in episodic and working memory processes Krause, J.B
2000
29-30 8-9 p. 847-859
13 p.
artikel
39 Improved learning of Riemannian metrics for exploratory analysis Peltonen, Jaakko
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1087-1100
14 p.
artikel
40 Independence: a new criterion for the analysis of the electromagnetic fields in the global brain? Vigário, R.
2000
29-30 8-9 p. 891-907
17 p.
artikel
41 Infant joint attention, neural networks and social cognition Mundy, Peter
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 985-997
13 p.
artikel
42 Infants’ ability to parse continuous actions: Further evidence Hespos, Susan J.
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 1026-1032
7 p.
artikel
43 Integrating contextual information to enhance SOM-based text document clustering Pullwitt, Daniel
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 1099-1106
8 p.
artikel
44 Interactions between causal models, theories, and social cognitive development Sobel, David M.
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 1060-1071
12 p.
artikel
45 Introduction: new developments in self-organising maps Allinson, Nigel
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 943-
1 p.
artikel
46 Kernel-based topographic map formation achieved with an information-theoretic approach Van Hulle, Marc M.
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 1029-1039
11 p.
artikel
47 Making sense of sparse rating data in collaborative filtering via topographic organization of user preference patterns Polčicová, Gabriela
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1183-1199
17 p.
artikel
48 Maplets for correspondence-based object recognition Zhu, Junmei
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1311-1326
16 p.
artikel
49 Motor contagion in young children: Exploring social influences on perception–action coupling Marshall, Peter J.
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 1017-1025
9 p.
artikel
50 Motor primitive and sequence self-organization in a hierarchical recurrent neural network Paine, Rainer W.
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1291-1309
19 p.
artikel
51 Neural modeling and functional brain imaging: an overview Horwitz, B
2000
29-30 8-9 p. 829-846
18 p.
artikel
52 New developments in self-organizing systems Ishikawa, Masumi
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1037-
1 p.
artikel
53 γ-Observable neighbours for vector quantization Aupetit, Michaël
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 1017-1027
11 p.
artikel
54 Online algorithm for the self-organizing map of symbol strings Somervuo, Panu J.
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1231-1239
9 p.
artikel
55 Plastic mine detecting radar system using complex-valued self-organizing map that deals with multiple-frequency interferometric images Hara, Takahiro
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1201-1210
10 p.
artikel
56 Principles and networks for self-organization in space–time Principe, Jose
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 1069-1083
15 p.
artikel
57 Recursive self-organizing maps Voegtlin, Thomas
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 979-991
13 p.
artikel
58 Recursive self-organizing network models Hammer, Barbara
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1061-1085
25 p.
artikel
59 Robust growing neural gas algorithm with application in cluster analysis Qin, A.K.
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1135-1148
14 p.
artikel
60 Roles of visual experience and intrinsic mechanism in the activity-dependent self-organization of orientation maps: theory and experiment Tanaka, Shigeru
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1363-1375
13 p.
artikel
61 Self discovery enables robot social cognition: Are you my teacher? Kaipa, Krishnanand N.
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 1113-1124
12 p.
artikel
62 Self-organization of distributedly represented multiple behavior schemata in a mirror system: reviews of robot experiments using RNNPB Tani, Jun
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1273-1289
17 p.
artikel
63 Self-organization of globally continuous and locally distributed information representation Wada, Koji
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1039-1049
11 p.
artikel
64 Self-organizing maps and clustering methods for matrix data Seo, Sambu
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1211-1229
19 p.
artikel
65 Self-organizing maps with recursive neighborhood adaptation Lee, John A.
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 993-1003
11 p.
artikel
66 Self-organizing semantic maps and its application to word alignment in Japanese–Chinese parallel corpora Ma, Qing
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1241-1253
13 p.
artikel
67 Social cognition: From babies to robots Grossberg, Stephen
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 939-
1 p.
artikel
68 Social gating and pedagogy: Mechanisms for learning and implications for robotics Sage, Kara D.
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 1091-1098
8 p.
artikel
69 “Social” robots are psychological agents for infants: A test of gaze following Meltzoff, Andrew N.
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 966-972
7 p.
artikel
70 SOM-based algorithms for qualitative variables Cottrell, Marie
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1149-1167
19 p.
artikel
71 Stability of generalized topographic mappings between cell layers through correlational learning Sakamoto, Shouji
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1101-1107
7 p.
artikel
72 Statistical tools to assess the reliability of self-organizing maps de Bodt, Eric
2002
29-30 8-9 p. 967-978
12 p.
artikel
73 Synaptic weight normalization effects for topographic mapping formation Sakamoto, Shouji
2004
29-30 8-9 p. 1109-1120
12 p.
artikel
74 Synthetic brain imaging: grasping, mirror neurons and imitation Arbib, M.A
2000
29-30 8-9 p. 975-997
23 p.
artikel
75 The global brain: imaging and modelling Taylor, J.G
2000
29-30 8-9 p. 827-
1 p.
artikel
76 The iCub humanoid robot: An open-systems platform for research in cognitive development Metta, Giorgio
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 1125-1134
10 p.
artikel
77 The origins of social impairments in autism spectrum disorder: Studies of infants at risk Tager-Flusberg, Helen
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 1072-1076
5 p.
artikel
78 Towards a network theory of cognition McIntosh, A.R.
2000
29-30 8-9 p. 861-870
10 p.
artikel
79 Towards a neural network based therapy for hallucinatory disorders Peláez, J.Ropero
2000
29-30 8-9 p. 1047-1061
15 p.
artikel
80 Tracking functions of cortical networks on a millisecond timescale Jousmäki, V
2000
29-30 8-9 p. 883-889
7 p.
artikel
81 Using social information to guide action: Infants’ locomotion over slippery slopes Adolph, Karen E.
2010
29-30 8-9 p. 1033-1042
10 p.
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