CNNA’06 Tuesday 29 August 2006
Tue.M1 Morning Session 1 
Chair:    Pier Paolo Civalleri Chair:     Marco Gilli
  Polynomial Discrete Time Cellular Neural Networks to Solve the XOR Problem Random Number Generator and Monte Carlo type Simulations on the CNN-UM
9.00-9.25 Eduardo Gomez-Ramirez1, Giovanni Egidio Pazienza2   Mária Ercsey-Ravasz1, Tamas Roska1 and Zoltán Néda2
  and Xavier Vilasis-Cardona2 1 Peter Pazmany Catholic University, HUNGARY
  1 La Salle University, MEXICO 2 Babes-Bolyai University, ROMANIA,
  2 Enginyeria I Arquitectura La Salle Universitat “Ramon Llull”, SPAIN  
9.25-9.50 On the Reduction of the Number of Coefficient Circuits in a DTCNN Cell A Programmable Digital Cellular Neural Network Processing On- and Off-Chip Sensory Information
Natalia Abel Fernandez , Victor M. Brea, David Lopez Vilarińo and Diego Cabello1 Tamás Zeffer1 and Timót Hidvégi2
1 University of Santiago de Compostela, SPAIN Péter Pázmány Catholic University, HUNGARY
  Széchenyi István University, HUNGARY
9.50-10.15 Generation of Patterns with Predefined Statistical Properties using Cellular Neural Networks Optical Cellular Wave Computer Implementation and Programming
Lukasz Kornatowski1, Krzysztof Slot1, Piotr Debiec1 and Hyongsuk Kim2 Ahmed Ayoub, Szabolcs Tőkés and László Orzó1
1 Institute of Electronics, Technical University of Lodz POLAND 1 MTA-SZTAKI, HUNGARY
2 Division of Electronics and Information Engineering, Chonbuk National University, REPUBLIC of KOREA  
10.15-10.40 Spatio-temporal Patterns in CNNs for Classification: the Winnerless Competition Principle Programmable OASLM as a Novel Sensing Cellular Computer
Paolo Arena1, Manuel Gonzalez Bedia2, Luigi Fortuna1, Davide Lombardo1, Luca Patanč1 and Manuel G. Velarde2 Szabolcs Tőkés, László Orzó and Ahmed Ayoub1
1 University of Catania, ITALY 1MTA-SZTAKI, Computer and Automation Research Institute, HUNGARY
2 Universidad Computense de Madrid, SPAIN  
10.40-10.55 COFFEE BREAK
CNNA’06 Tuesday 29 August 2006
Tue.M2 Morning Session 2
Chair:    Ronald Tetzlaff Chair:   Ari Paasio
   Estimating Generalized Synchronization in Brain Electrical Activity from Epilepsy Patients with Cellular Nonlinear Networks Acoustic Wave Propagation Modeling on 3D CNN-UM Architecture
10.55-11.20 Dieter Krug, Anton Chernihovskyi, Hannes Osterhage, Christian E. Elger and Klaus Lehnertz1 Péter Sonkoly, Péter Kozma, Zoltán Nagy and Péter Szolgay1
  1 Department of Epileptology, University of Bonn GERMANY 1 Pannon University, HUNGARY 
  Prediction Error Profiles allowing a Seizure Forecasting in Epilepsy? Modeling of Elastic Inter-node Bounds in Cellular Neural Network-based Implementation of the Deformable Grid Paradigm
  Christian Niederhoefer, Ronald Tetzlaff 1 Piotr Korbel and Krzysztof Slot1
11.20-11.45 1Institute of Applied Pyhsics, JWG University      Frankfurt a. M., GERMANY 1 Institute of Electronics, Technical University of Lodz POLAND
  Route Number Recognition of Public Transport Vehicles via the Bionic Eyeglass Path Planning of Mobile Robots by Using Cellular Neural Networks
11.45-12.10 Kristóf Karacs1 and Tamas Roska2 Ioan Gavrilut1, Virgil Tiponut2 and Alexandru Gacsádi1
  1 Computer Automation Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HUNGARY 1 University of Oradea, ROMANIA
  2 Péter Pázmány Catholic University, HUNGARY 2 Politehnica University from Timiţoara, ROMANIA
  Color Processing in Wearable Bionic Eyeglass CNNOPT: Learning Dynamics and CNN Chip-specific Robustness
  Robert Wagner and Mihaly Szuhaj Dániel Hillier1, Samuel Xavier-de-Souza2, Johan A.K. Suykens2, Joos Vandewalle2
12.10-12.35 1 Peter Pázmány Catholic University, HUNGARY 1 Péter Pázmány Catholic University, HUNGARY
  2 Hungarian National Association of Blind and Visually Impaired

   People, Budapest, HUNGARY 

2 Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BELGIUM
12.35-13.00 Human Tested Saliency Map Generation in the Bionic Eyeglass Project A CNN Implementation of the Horn & Schunk Motion Estimation Method
Anna Lázár1 and Tamas Roska2 Alexandru Gacsádi1, Cristian Grava1, Virgil Tiponut2 and Péter Szolgay3
1 Péter Pázmány Catholic University, HUNGARY 1 University of Oradea, Electronics Department ROMANIA,
2 Computer and Automation Research Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HUNGARY 2Politehnica”, University from Timiţoara, Applied Electronics Department, ROMANIA
  3 Analogical and Neural Computing Laboratory, Computer and Automation Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, HUNGARY
13.00-14.00 LUNCH BREAK
CNNA’06 Tuesday 29 August 2006
Tue.A1 Afternoon Session 1
Chair:  Radu Dogaru    Chair:   Bertram E. Shi
   Genetic Programming for the CNN-UM On the Feature Extraction Performances of CNN Gabor-Type Filters in Texture Recognition Applications
  Giovanni Egidio Pazienza1, Eduardo Gomez-Ramirez2 and Xavier Vilasis-Cardona1 Emilian David, Paul Ungureanu and Liviu Goras1
14.00-14.25 1 Enginyeria i Arquitectura La Salle, Universitat “Ramon Llull”, Barcelona, SPAIN 1 Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications, ,,Gh. Asachi” Technical University of Iasi, ROMANIA
  2 Universidad "La Salle", México D.F., MEXICO  
  Analogic Implementation of the Genetic Algorithm Jacobi’s Iterative Method for Solving Linear Equations and the Simulation of Linear CNN
  David Balya1 and Viktor Gal2 Vedat Tavsanoglu
  1 Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research SWITZERLAND Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, TURKEY
14.25-14.50 2 MTA-SZTAKI, HUNGARY  
  Autonomous Ratio-Memory Cellular Nonlinear Network (ARMCNN) for Pattern Learning and Recognition Estimating the CNN Steady State using Forward-Backward Recursions
  Chung-Yu Wu and Su-Yung Tsai1 Bertram E. Shi
  1 National Chiao-Tung University, TAIWAN Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
14.50-15.15   HONG KONG
  Visual Inspection of  Metal Objects by using Cellular Neural Networks Towards Analog VLSI Arrays for Nonseparable 3d Spatiotemporal Filtering
  Zoltan Szlavik1, Ronald Tetzlaff2, Andreas Blug3 and Heinrich Hoefler3 Man Den Ip, Emmanuel Michael Drakakis and Anil Anthony Bharath1
  1 Analogic and Neural Computing Laboratory, Computer and Automation Research Institute of Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HUNGARY 1Imperial College London, UK
15.15-15.40 2 Complex Systems Group, Goethe University GERMANY  
  3 Fraunhofer Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques, GERMANY  
15.40-16.05 Semi-Totalistic CNN Genes for Compact Image Compression  
Radu Dogaru1, Ronald Tetzlaff2 and Manfred Glesner3
1 University "Politehnica" of Bucharest, ROMANIA
2 Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University, 
Frankfurt am Main, GERMANY
3 Technische Universitaet Darmstadt, GERMANY
16.05-16.20 COFFEE BREAK
CNNA’06 Tuesday 29 August 2006
Tue.A2 Afternoon Session 2
Chair:    Peter Szolgay Chair:   Hyongsuk Kim
   A Control System for a Cellular Processor Array Fast and Robust Face Tracking for CNN Chips: Application to Wheelchair Driving
  David R. W. Barr, Stephen J. Carey, Alexey Lopich and Piotr Dudek1 Samuel Xavier-de-Souza, Michiel Van Dyck, Johan A.K. Suykens and Joos Vandewalle1
16.20-16.45 1 University of Manchester, UK 1 Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BELGIUM
  Programmable CNN Cell based on SET Transistors A New CNN-based Method for Detection of Symmetry Axis
  Jacek Flak1, Mika Laiho2 and Kari Halonen1 Giovanni Costantini1, Daniele Casali1 and Roberto Perfetti2
16.45-17.10 1 Helsinki University of Technology, FINLAND 1University of Rome "Tor Vergata", ITALY
  2 University of Turku, FINLAND 2University of Perugia, ITALY 
  Implementation of  Nonlinear Template Runner Emulated Digital CNN-UM on FPGA Pattern Detection in Spectrograms with Cellular Neural Networks
  Zoltán Kincses, Zoltán Nagy and Péter Szolgay1 Krzysztof Slot1, Piotr Korbel1, Marek Gozdzik and Hyongsuk Kim2
17.10-17.35 1 Pannon University, HUNGARY 1Institute of Electronics, Technical University of Lodz POLAND
    2Division of Electronics and Information Engineering, Chonbuk National University, Jeonju, REPUBLIC of KOREA
17.35-18.00 Multiplexed Circuit for Star-CNN Architecture A Pattern Classification Method Based on a Space-Variant CNN Template
Fausto Sargeni, Vincenzo Bonaiuto, Maurizio Bonifazi1  Giovanni Costantini, Daniele Casali and Massimo Carota1
1 Department of Electronic Engineering University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, ITALY 1University of Rome "Tor Vergata", ITALY
18.00- 18.25 Programmable Digital Nested CNN  
Ari Paasio and Jonne Poikonen1
1 University of Turku, FINLAND


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