CNNA’06 Wednesday 30 August 2006
Wed.M1 Morning Session 1
Chair:    Angela Slavova Chair:    Mamoru Tanaka
  N-Scroll Generation in SC-CNN via NeroFuzzy Based Nonlinear Function A Spatial Domain Sigma-Delta Modulator Using Discrete-Time Cellular Neural Networks
8.30-8.55 Enis Gunay, Mustafa Alci and Selami Parmaksizoglu1 Hisashi Aomori1, Tsuyoshi Otake2, Nobuaki Takahashi3 and Mamoru Tanaka1
  1Erciyes University Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, TURKEY 1 Sophia University, JAPAN
    2 Tamagawa University, JAPAN
    3 IBM Japan Ltd., JAPAN
8.55-9.20 An New Automatic Nucleated Cell Counting Method with Improved Cellular Neural Networks (ICNN) Implementation of Arbitrary Boolean Functions via CNN
Qiang Feng, Shenglin Yu and Huaiyin Wang1 Fangyue Chen1, Guolong He1, Guanrong Chen2 and Xiubin Xu1
1 College of Automation Engineering, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, P. R. of CHINA 1 Zhejiang Normal University, P. R. of CHINA
  2 City University of Hong Kong, P. R. of CHINA
9.20-9.45 On the Existence of Stable Equilibrium Points in Delayed Cellular Neural Networks Image Resolution Upscaling via Two-Layered Discrete-Time Cellular Neural Network
Emel Arslan1, Sabri Arik1 and Vedat Tavsanoglu2 Tsuyoshi Otake1, Takefumi Konishi1, Hisashi Aomori2, Nobuaki Takahashi3 and Mamoru Tanaka2
1 Istanbul University, Istanbul, TURKEY 1 Tamagawa University, JAPAN
2Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, TURKEY 2 Sophia University, JAPAN
  3 IBM Japan Ltd., JAPAN
9.45-10.10 On the Periodic Solutions in One Dimensional Cellular Nonlinear Networks Based on A Cellular Active Contours Algorithm Based on Region Evolution
Josephson Junctions Piotr Dudek1 and David Lopez Vilarińo2
Valeri Mladenov1 and Angela Slavova2 1 University of Manchester, UK
1 Department Theoretical Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Automatics, Technical University of Sofia BULGARIA 2 University of Santiago de Compostela, SPAIN
2 Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, BULGARIA  
10.10-10.35 Receptor-based CNN Model with Hysteresis for Pattern Formation Weakly Connected Oscillatory Networks as Associative and Dynamics Memories
Angela Slavova1 and Maya Markova2 Fernando Corinto, Michele Bonnin, Marco Gilli and Pier Paolo Civalleri 1
1Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, BULGARIA 1 Politecnico di Torino - Department of Electronics, ITALY
2Department of Informatics, University of Russe BULGARIA  
  Experiments on Global and Local Adaptation to Illumination Conditions based on Focal-Plane Average Computation Detection of Moving Objects in a Binocular Video Sequence
10.35-11.00 Carlos M. Domínguez-Matas, Francisco J. Sánchez-Fernández, Ricardo Carmona-Galán, Elisenda Roca-Moreno1 Giovanni Costantini1, Daniele Casali1 and Roberto Perfetti2
  1Instituto de Microelectrónica de Sevilla-CNM-CSIC, SPAIN 1University of Rome "Tor Vergata", ITALY
    2University of Perugia, ITALY
11.00-11.15 COFFEE BREAK
CNNA’06 Wednesday 30 August 2006
Wed.M2 Morning Session 2
Chair:    David Lopez Vilarino Chair:  Lambert Spaanenburg  
   Space-time Signature Analysis of  2D Echocardiograms Based on Topographic Cellular Active Contour Techniques An Embedded CNN-UM Global Analogic Programming Unit implementation on FPGA
11.15-11.40 Zsolt Szálka1, Gergely Soós1, Dániel Hillier1, László Kék1, Csaba Rekeczky1, Gábor Andrássy2  Zsolt Vörösházi1, Zoltán Nagy1, András Kiss1 and Péter Szolgay2
  1Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Faculty of Information Technology, HUNGARY 1Pannon University, Department of Image Processing and Neurocomputing, HUNGARY
  2Saint Francis Hospital, HUNGARY 2Analogic and Neural Computing Laboratory, Computer and Automation Institute of HAS, HUNGARY
  Effect of  Inhibitory Diffusive Coupling on Frequency-selectivity of Excitable Media Simulated  with Cellular Neural Networks FPGA Based Implementation of Water Reinjection in Geothermal Structure
  Anton Chernihovskyi, Christian E. Elger and Klaus Lehnertz1 Sándor Kocsárdi1, Zoltán Nagy1, Simeon Kostianev2 and Péter Szolgay1
11.40-12.05 1 Department of Epileptology, University of Bonn GERMANY 1Pannon University, HUNGARY
    2University of Mining and Geology, BULGARIA
  Detecting Structural Alterations in the Brain using a Cellular Neural Network based Classification of Magnetic Resonance Images In Search for a Robust Digital CNN System
12.05-12.30 Florian Döhler, Anton Chernihovskyi, Florian Mormann, Christian E. Elger and Klaus Lehnertz1 WenHai Fang, Cheng Wang and Lambert Spaanenburg1
  1 Department of Epileptology, University of Bonn GERMANY  1 Department of Information Technology, Lund University, SWEDEN 
  An Autonomous Mini-hexapod Robot Controlled Through a CNN-based CPG VLSI Chip Design Method for Unconventional Computing
  Paolo Arena, Luigi Fortuna, Mattia Frasca, Luca Patanč and Massimo Pollino1 Lambert Spaanenburg1, Benny Akesson2, Andreas Hansson2,  Kees Goossens2
12.30-12.55 1DIEES University of Catania, ITALY 1 Department of Information Technology, Lund University, SWEDEN
    2 ESAS, Philips Research, NETHERLANDS
  Vein Feature Extraction using DT-CNNs 3-Layer CNN Chip for Focal-Plane Complex Dynamics with Adaptive Image Capture
  Suleyman Malki, Yu Fuqiang, Lambert Spaanenburg1 Carlos M. Domínguez-Matas, Ricardo Carmona-Galán, Francisco J. Sánchez-Fernández and Angel Rodriguez-Vazquez1
12.55-13.20 1 Department of Information Technology, Lund University, SWEDEN 1Instituto de Microelectrónica de Sevilla-CNM-CSIC, SPAIN
  CNNUM-Based Methods Using Deformable Contours on Smooth Boundaries An Analog Viterbi Decoder for PRML using Analog Parallel Processing Circuits of the CNN
  Tamás Szabó1, Péter Szolgay2 Hyunjung Kim1, Hongrak Son2, Jeonwon Lee3, In-cheol Kim1 and Hyongsuk Kim1
13.20-13.45 1 Pannon University, HUNGARY 1 Division of Electronics and Information Engineering, Chonbuk National University, Jeonju, REPUBLIC of KOREA
  2 Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HUNGARY 2 Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Yongin REPUBLIC of KOREA
    3 Samsung Electronics DM research Center, Suwon, REPUBLIC of KOREA
13.45-14.30 LUNCH BREAK


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