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Om Cellular Neural Networks and Their Appli
This volume covers the fundamental theory of Cellular Neural Networks as well as their applications in various fields such as science and technology. It contains all 83 papers of the 7th International Workshop on Cellular Neural Networks and their Applications. The workshop follows a biennial series of six workshops consecutively hosted in Budapest (1990), Munich, Rome, Seville, London and Catania (2000).Contents:On the Relationship Between CNNs and PDEs (M Gilli et al.)Moving Object Tracking on Panoramic Images (P Földesy et al.)Emergence of Global Patterns in Connected Neural Networks (T Shimizu)Configurable Multi- Layer CNN-UM Emulator on FPGA (Z Nagy & P Szolgay)A CNN Based System to Blind Sources Separation of MEG Signals (M Bucolo et al.)Time as Coding Space for Information Processing in the Cerebral Cortex (W Singer)Analyzing Multidimensional Neural Activity via CNN-UM (V Gál et al.)Visual Feedback by Using a CNN Chip Prototype System (P Arena et al.)Computational and Computer Complexity of Analogic Cellular Wave Computers (T Roska)Chaotic Phenomena in Quantum Cellular Neural Networks (L Fortuna & D Porto)Fingerprint Image Enhancement Using CNN Gabor-Type Filters (E Saatci & V Tavsanoglu)CNN Based Color Constancy Algorithm (L Török & Á Zarándy)Statistical Error Modeling of CNN-UM Architectures: The Grayscale Case (P Fö ldesy)MEMS, Microsystems and Nanosystems (M E Zaghloul)Texture Segmentation by the 64x64 CNN Chip (T Szirányi)Teaching CNN and Learning by Using CNN (P Arena et al.)Novel Methods and Results in Training Universal Multi-Nested Neurons (R Dogaru et al.)Test- Bed Board for 16x64 Stereo Vision CNN Chip (M Salerno et al.)and other papersReadership: Graduate students, researchers, lecturers and industrialists.Key Features:We outline the development of a biomedical device or a medical-assisting mechanism, which involves the system integration of various modelling, evaluation, or testing components to lead to the successful examination of a product that meets the medical application safety thresholdThe system of analysing the testing and development of biomedical devices is also presented. It exists to facilitate a smooth flow of implementations that evaluate medical implants and mechanisms in order to meet the desired reliability and safety levels. The introduction of advanced modelling and testing procedures for the accurate evaluation of devices, as well as the capability of the system to identify and quantify flow behaviour through it can result in clinically safe designs and give medical experts a leading edge in saving patientsWe focus on the characteristics of modelling and evaluation of heart valve implants, stents, stent grafts, and drug delivery mechanisms to illustrate the instruments used in testing these cardiac or respiratory flow-related biomedical applicationsWe introduce the fundamental concepts of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and finite element analysis (FEA) with applications onto some selected biomedical devices as well as highlight the nature of their applications and impact to the medical industryComputational tools such as computer-aided design (CAD) software and numerical solvers for CFD, as well as flow visualisation packages, which are mainly used in simulation, visualisation, and verification stages of the development are listed in appendicesThis book contributes the framework behind the implementation of biomedical devices and applications in the systematic format, and describes the key instruments used in their development. Experimental and clinical verification listed in detail here will complement the existing computational results based on the device performance and vice versa