Dr. Gouhei Tanaka,
"Complex-Valued Neural Networks: Advances and Applications,"
IEEE Computatinal Intelligence Magazine, 8, 2 (2013) 77-79 (Open Access)
Description: Presents the latest advances in complex-valued neural networks by demonstrating the theory in a wide range of applications
Complex-valued neural networks is a rapidly developing neural network framework that utilizes complex arithmetic, exhibiting specific characteristics in its learning, self-organizing, and processing dynamics. They are highly suitable for processing complex amplitude, composed of amplitude and phase, which is one of the core concepts in physical systems to deal with electromagnetic, light, sonic/ultrasonic waves as well as quantum waves, namely, electron and superconducting waves. This fact is a critical advantage in practical applications in diverse fields of engineering, where signals are routinely analyzed and processed in time/space, frequency, and phase domains.
Complex-Valued Neural Networks: Advances and Applications covers cutting-edge topics and applications surrounding this timely subject. Demonstrating advanced theories with a wide range of applications, including communication systems, image processing systems, and brain-computer interfaces, this text offers comprehensive coverage of:
Presented by international experts in the field, Complex-Valued Neural Networks: Advances and Applications
is ideal for advanced-level computational intelligence theorists,
electromagnetic theorists, and mathematicians interested in
computational intelligence, artificial intelligence, machine learning
theories, and algorithms.
Editor: AKIRA HIROSE, PhD, is a Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Systems, the University of Tokyo, Japan. His main fields of interest are wireless electronics and neural networks on which he has published several books. Dr. Hirose is a Fellow of the IEEE, a senior member of the IEICE, and Vice President of the Japanese Neural Network Society.
All contributors are members of the Task Force on Complex-Valued Neural Networks, IEEE Computational Intelligence Society Neural Network Technical Committee.