Manuscripts/Papers Published by the CNNL Group


Analysis of a Plurality Voting-based Combination of Classifiers, Xiaoyan Mu, Mohamad Hassoun and Paul Watta, Neural Processing Letters, Volume 29, No. 2, Pages 89-107, 2009.

 

Analysis of a Plurality Voting-based Combination of Classifiers, Xiaoyan Mu, Paul Watta, and Mohamad Hassoun, proceedings of IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence 2008 (WCCI2008), Hong Kong,  June 1-6, 2008. 304-309.

 

 A Weighted Voting Model of Associative Memory, X. Mu,, P. Watta and M. H. Hassoun,  IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, Vol. 18 (3), pp. 756-777, May 2007.

 

A Weighted Voting and Sequential Combination of Classifiers Scheme for Human Face Recognition, Xiaoyan Mu, Paul Watta and Mohamad Hassoun, Processing of 2006 International Joint Conference on Neural networks (IJCNN 2006), Vancouver, BC, Canada July 16-21, 2006, page 7660-7666.

 

Combining Local Similarity Measures: Summing, Voting, and Weighted Voting, Xiaoyan Mu, Paul Watta and Mohamad Hassoun, IEEE Int. Conf. On System Man & Cybernetics, Hawaii, USA – October 10 –12,  2005.

 

A Weighted Voting Model of Associative Memory: Experimental Analysis,  Xiaoyan Mu, Paul Watta and Mohamad Hassoun, IEEE Int. Conf. On System Man & Cybernetics, Hawaii, USA – October 10 –12,  2005.

 

A Weighted Voting Model of Associative Memory: Theoretical Analysis,  Xiaoyan Mu, Paul Watta and Mohamad Hassoun, submitted to IJCNN 05,  Montréal, Canada, July 31-August 4, 2005.

  

A Weighted Voting and Sequential Combination of Classifiers Scheme for Human Face Recognition, Xiaoyan Mu, Mohamad Hassoun and Paul Watta, submitted to the  International Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR 2005),  San Diego, CA, June 20-26, 2005.

 

Combining Gabor Features: Summing vs. Voting in Human Face Recognition, Xiaoyan Mu, Mohamad Hassoun and Paul Watta, IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics. Washington, DC., October 5-8, 2003.

 

An RCE-based Associative Memory with Application to Human Face Recognition, Xiaoyan Mu, Mehmet Artiklar, P. Watta, and M. Hassoun, International Joint Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (IJCNN ’03),   Portland, Oregon, July 20-24, 2003.

 

Local Voting Networks for Human Face Recognition, Mehmet Artiklar, P. Watta, and M. Hassoun, International Joint Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (IJCNN ’03), Portland, Oregon, July 20-24, 2003.

 

High Performance Associative Memory: Practical Generalizations of the Hamming Net, M. Hassoun and P. Watta, Final Report for NSF project ECS-9618597, June 2002.

Capacity of an RCE-Based Hamming Associative Memory for Human Face Recognition, Computation and Neural Networks Laboratory, Wayne State University, first draft, 2001.

A Training Algorithms for Robust Face Recognition using a Template-matching Approach, Xiaoyan Mu, Mehmet Artiklar, Metin Artiklar, Mohamad Hassoun and Paul Watta, Proceedings of the IJCNN '01, Washington D.C., July 15-19, 2001.

A Two-Level Hamming Network for High Performance Associative Memory, Nobuhiko Ikeda, Paul Watta, Metin Artiklar, and Mohamad Hassoun, Neural Networks Journal, Vol. 14, pp. 1189-1200, 2001.

Generalizations of the Hamming Associative Memory, Paul Watta and Mohamad H. Hassoun, Neural Processing Letters, Vol. 13, pp.183-194,  2001.

The Effect of Expression in a Database of Face Images, M. Artiklar, A. Masadeh, M. H. Hassoun, and P. Watta, Proceedings of the 43rd Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Lansing, Michigan, August 8-11, 2000.

Construction and Analysis of a Database of Face Images Which Requiers Minimal Preprocessing, P. Watta, M. Artiklar, A. Masadeh, and M. Hassoun, Proceedings of the IASTED Conference on Modeling and Simulation MS'2000, pp. 465-469, May 15-17, Pittsburg, PA, 2000

Comparison Between Theory and Simulation for the Two-Level Decoupled Hamming Associative Memory, P. Watta, N. Ikeda, M. Artiklar, A. Subramanian, and M. Hassoun, International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN99), CD ROM Proceedings paper number JCNN0337, Washington D.C. July, 1999.

Application of a Post-Processing Algorithm for Improved Human Face Recognition, M. Artiklar, M. Hassoun, and P. Watta International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN99), CD ROM Proceedings paper number JCNN2166, Washington D.C., July 1999.

Variance Maximization-Based Nonlinear Independent Component Analysis (ICA), A. Hussain and M. Hassoun, (January, 1999).(zipped Microsoft Word Document)

Compression Net-Free Autoencoders, M. Hassoun and A. Sudjianto, submitted to Neural Computation Journal. Presented at the Workshop on Advances in Autoencoder/Autoassociator-Based Computations , held Friday December 5, 1997 in Breckenridge, Colorado as part of NIPS 97 Conference.

Capacity Analysis of the Two-Level Decoupled Hamming Associative Memory, N. Ikeda, P. Watta, and M. Hassoun, IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence, Proceedings of IJCNN 98, pp. 486-491 Anchorage, Alaska (May 4-9, 1998).

Design of Optimal Neuro-Controllers for the Separately Excited DC Motor using a Hybrid Genetic Algorithm-Neural Network Approach, P. Watta, M. Hassoun, and J. Meisel, SPIE Conference on the Applications and Science of Artificial Neural Networks II, Vol. 2760, Orlando, FL (April 1996).

The Hamming Associative Memory and its Relation to the Exponential Capacity DAM, M. hassoun and P. Watta , IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks (ICNN 96), Vol. I, pp. 583-587, Washington D.C. (June 1996).

Efficient Realization of the Grounded Hamming Associative Memory, P. Watta and M. Hassoun, 1996 World Congress on Neural Networks (WCNN 96), pp. 763-767, San Diego, CA (September, 1996).

Cross-Validation Without a Validation Set in BP-Trained Neural Nets, M. Hassoun, P. Watta, and R. Shringarpure IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks, Peth, Australia (November 27 - December 1, 1995).

Alternatives to Energy Function-Based Analysis of Recurrent Neural Networks, M. Hassoun and P. Watta, IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks, Peth, Australia (November 27 - December 1, 1995).


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