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artificial neural network

(ar-ti-fish'ăl nū'răl net'wŏrk),
a computer-based decision-making system for complex data sets comprising processor nodes interconnected in a weighted fashion, simulating a biologic nervous system.
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Vitela, J, Achar, E, "Modeling, Prediction and Analysis of Alkyd Enamel Coating Properties via Neural Computing.
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Robert Matthews has been a Visiting Fellow with the Neural Computing Research Group at Aston University, Birmingham, since 1993.
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Interesting technology such as neural computing will give us higher levels of assurance.
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Drawing from diverse backgrounds in optics, signal processing, neural computing, massively parallel processing, and semiconductor design, Lightfleet is uniquely positioned to design faster, cooler, and more compact platforms than have previously existed.
He is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) as a result of his design, implementation and fielding of neural solutions to Automatic Target Recognition, as well as a Fellow of the International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE) for his contributions to the science of optical neural computing.
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Chairman, Prof David Bounds, the Aston University academic recognised as a leading authority on neural computing, the technology RS is trying to exploit, said he believed the company was now better placed to win orders from mainly blue chip organisations in the US.