By G. J. Chaitin (auth.), Stig I. Andersson (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540588434

ISBN-13: 9783540588436

This quantity constitutes the documentation of the complex path on research of Dynamical and Cognitive platforms, held throughout the summer season collage of Southern Stockholm in Stockholm, Sweden in August 1993.

The quantity comprises 8 conscientiously revised complete types of the invited three-to-four hour displays in addition to abstracts. on account of the interdisciplinary subject, numerous elements of dynamical and cognitive platforms are addressed: there are 3 papers on computability and undecidability, 5 tutorials on various facets of common mobile neural networks, and displays on dynamical platforms and complexity.

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