Dynamic Systems and Applications, Volume-7
Neural, Parallel, and Scientific Computations, Volume-5
Instruction to Authors
and Second Author2
1Texas A&M University, Neural Modeling Society
College Station, TX 77843-3116
2Research Center, Clark Atlanta University,
Atlanta, GA 30314
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 D. H. Ackley, G. E. Hilton, and T. J. Sejnovski, A learning algorithm for Bolzmann machine, Cognitive Science, 19 (1985) 147-169.
 D. O. Hebb, Organization of behavior, Wiley, New York, 1949.
 J. Rubner and K. Schulten, Development of feature detectors by self-organization, Biological Cybernetics, 62 (1990) 193-199.