Special Session on Complex-Valued and Quaternion Neural Networks
in WCCI-IJCNN 2020 Glasgow (online)


organized by Danilo Mandic, Igor Aizenberg and Akira Hirose

Call for Papers

Special Session I-SS40: Complex-valued and Quaternionic Neural Networks:
Theory and Applications
Wednesday, July 22, 3:30PM-5:30PM, Room: IJCNN Room 3, Chair: Akira Hirose

3:30PM Similar land-form discovery: Complex absolute-value max pooling in complex-valued convolutional neural networks in interferometric synthetic aperture radar [#20478]
Yuki Sunaga, Ryo Natsuaki and Akira Hirose
The University of Tokyo, Japan
3:50PM Impulse Noise Filtering using MLMVN [#20610]
Olivia Keohane and Igor Aizenberg
Manhattan College, United States
4:10PM Constructing Convolutional Neural Networks Based on Quaternion [#21105]
Shuto Hongo, Teijiro Isokawa, Nobuyuki Matsui, Haruhiko Nishimura and Naotake Kamiura
Graduate School of Engineering. University of Hyogo, Japan; University of Hyogo, Japan; Graduate School of Applied Informatics. University of Hyogo, Japan
4:30PM Time Series Prediction by Quaternionic Qubit Neural Network [#21112]
Takuya Teguri, Teijiro Isokawa, Nobuyuki Matsui, Haruhiko Nishimura and Naotake Kamiura
Graduate School of Engineering, University of Hyogo, Japan; University of Hyogo, Japan; Graduate School of Applied Informatics, University of Hyogo, Japan
4:50PM Four Models of Hopfield-Type Octonion Neural Networks and Their Existing Conditions of Energy Functions [#20572]
Yasuaki Kuroe, Hitoshi Iima and Yutaka Maeda
Kansai University, Japan; Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan
5:10PM Extreme Learning Machines on Cayley-Dickson Algebra Applied for Color Image Auto-Encoding [#20869]
Guilherme Vieira and Marcos Eduardo Valle
University of Campinas, Brazil