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    WORLD CONGRESS ON NEURAL NETWORKS 1994 (WCNN '94)
    Annual Meeting of the International Neural Network Society
    Town and Country Hotel - San Diego, California, USA - June 4-9, 1994

    Revised Call for Papers Due Date: Tuesday, February 15, 1994

    The International Neural Network Society is pleased to announce that it can
    accept post-deadline papers and is inviting INNS members and non-members to
    submit papers for WCNN '94 by Tuesday, February 15, 1994. Papers will be
    reviewed by the Organizing Committee for acceptance and presentation format and
    will be published in the proceedings.

    INNS members can designate one paper that they have authored for automatic
    acceptance and publication in the proceedings. Papers submitted utilizing this
    deadline extension will not be eligible for revision.

    Papers previously accepted by journals, or publicly accessible Tech reports may
    be submitted for poster presentations. Submit three copies of the paper with a
    one page abstract of the talk which clearly cites the paper well enough to
    permit easy access to it. Only the abstract will be published.

    Submission Procedures (These procedures supersede the previously published Call
    for Papers information in the brochure.):

    o Six (6) copies (1 original, (5) copies) Do not fold or staple originals.

    o Six page limit in English. $20 per page for papers exceeding (6) pages
    (do not number pages). Checks for over length charges should be made out to
    INNS and must be included with submitted paper.

    o Format: camera-ready 8 1/2" x 11" white paper, 1" margins all aides, one
    column format, single spaced, in Times or similar type style of 10 points or
    larger, one side of paper only. Faxed copies are not acceptable.

    o Center at the top of first page: Full title of paper, author names(s),
    affiliation(s), and mailing address(es), followed by blank space, and abstract
    (us to 15 lines), and text.

    o Cover letter to accompany paper must include: full title of paper,
    corresponding author(s), and presenting author name, address, telephone and fax
    numbers, 1st and 2nd choices of Technical Session (see session topics), and INNS
    membership number if applicable.

    o Author agrees to the transfer of copyright to INNS for the
    conference proceedings. All submitted papers become the property of INNS.
    _________________________________
    SCHEDULE:

    Saturday, June 4, 1994 and Sunday, June 5, 1994
    INNS UNIVERSITY SHORT COURSES

    Monday, June 6, 1994
    NEURAL NETWORK INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION
    RECEPTION
    OPENING CEREMONY

    Tuesday, June 7, 1994
    PARALLEL SESSIONS
    EXHIBITS
    SPECIAL SESSION ON "BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS"
    SPECIAL SESSION ON "COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS"
    PLENARY 1: LOTFI ZADEH
    PLENARY 2: PER BAK

    Wednesday, June 8, 1994
    PARALLEL SESSIONS
    EXHIBITS
    SPECIAL SESSION ON "FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC APPLICATIONS"
    PLENARY 1: BERNARD WIDROW
    PLENARY 2: MELANIE MITCHELL
    SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP (SIGINNS) SESSIONS

    Thursday, June 9, 1994
    PARALLEL SESSIONS
    EXHIBITS
    SPECIAL SESSION ON "NEURAL NETWORKS IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING"
    SPECIAL SESSION ON "MIND, BRAIN, AND CONSCIOUSNESS"
    PLENARY 1: PAUL WERBOS
    PLENARY 2: JOHN TAYLOR

    Friday, June 10, 1994 and Saturday, June 11, 1994
    SATELLITE MEETING: WNN/FNN 94 SAN DIEGO - NEURAL NETWORKS AND FUZZY LOGIC
    Sponsoring Society: NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
    Cooperating: INNS, Society for Computer Simulation, SPIE and all other
    interested societies.
    For more information contact: Mary Lou Padgett, Auburn University, 1165 Owens
    Road, Auburn AL 36830 ph: 205-821-2472 or 3488; fax: 205-844-1809; e-mail:
    mpadgett@eng.auburn.edu -- NASA Rep: Robert Savely, NASA/JSC

    __________________________________________________
    WCNN 1994 ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

    Paul Werbos, Chair Harold Szu Bernard Widrow
    Liaison to the European Neural Network Society: John G. Taylor
    Liaison to the Japanese Neural Network Society: Kunihiko Fukushima

    PROGRAM COMMITTEE:

    Daniel Alkon
    Shun-ichi Amari
    James A. Anderson
    Richard Andersen
    Kaveh Ashenayi
    Andrew Barto
    David Brown
    Horacio Bouzas
    Gail Carpenter
    David Casasent
    Ralph Castain
    Cihan Dagli
    Joel Davis
    Judith Dayhoff
    Guido DeBoeck
    David Fong
    Judith Franklin
    Walter Freeman
    Kunihiko Fukushima
    Michael Georgiopoulos
    Lee Giles
    Stephen Grossberg
    Dan Hammerstrom
    Robert Hecht-Nielsen
    Robert Jannarone
    Jari Kangas
    Christof Koch
    Teuvo Kohonen
    Bart Kosko
    Clifford Lau
    Soo-Young Lee
    George Lendaris
    Daniel Levine
    Alianna Maren
    Kenneth Marko
    Thomas McAvoy
    Thomas McKenna
    Larry Medsker
    Len Neiberg
    Erkki Oja
    Robert Pap
    Rich Peterson
    David Rumelhart
    Mohammed Sayeh
    Dejan Sobajic
    Harold Szu
    John Taylor
    Brian Telfer
    Shiro Usui
    John Weinstein
    Bernard Widrow
    Takeshi Yamakawa
    Lotfi Zadeh
    Mona Zaghloul

    COOPERATING SOCIETIES/INSTITUTIONS:

    American Association for Artificial Intelligence
    American Institute for Chemical Engineers
    American Physical Society
    Center for Devices and Radiological Health, US FDA
    Cognitive Science Society
    European Neural Network Society
    International Fuzzy Systems Association
    Japanese Neural Network Society
    Korean Neural Network Society
    US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
    US Office of Naval Research
    Society for Manufacturing Engineers
    SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering
    Division of Cancer Treatment, US National Cancer Institute

    __________________________________________________ __
    SESSIONS AND CHAIRS:

    1 Biological Vision ... S. Grossberg
    Invited Talk: Stephen Grossberg - Recent Results in Biological Vision

    2 Machine Vision ... K. Fukushima, R. Hecht-Nielsen
    Invited Talk: Kunihiko Fukushima - Visual Pattern Recognition with Selective
    Attention
    Invited Talk: Robert Hecht-Nielsen - Foveal Active Vision: Methods, Results, and
    Prospects

    3 Speech and Language ... D. Rumelhart, T. Peterson

    4 Biological Neural Networks ... T. McKenna, J. Davis
    Session One: From Biological Networks to Silicon
    Invited Speakers: Frank Werblin, UC Berkeley
    Richard Granger, UC Irvine
    Theodore Berger, USC
    Session Two: Real Neurons in Networks
    Invited Speakers: Jim Schwaber, DuPont
    Misha Mahowald, Oxford University
    David Stenger, NRL
    Session Three: Networks for Motor Control and Audition
    Invited Speakers: Randy Beer, Case Western Reserve
    University
    Daniel Bullock, Boston University
    Shihab Shamma, University of Maryland
    Session Four: Learning and Cognition and Biological Networks
    Invited Speakers: Mark Gluck, Rutgers University
    Nestor Schmajuk, Northwestern University
    Michael Hasselmo, Harvard University

    5 Neurocontrol and Robotics ... A. Barto, K. Ashenayi

    6 Supervised Learning ... G. Lendaris, S-Y. Lee
    Invited Talk: George Lendaris - Apriori Knowledge and NN Architectures
    Invited Talk: Soo-Young Lee - Error Minimization, Generalization, and Hardware
    Implementability of Supervised Learning

    7 Unsupervised Learning ... G. Carpenter, R. Jannarone
    Invited Talk: Gail Carpenter - Distributed Recognition Codes and Catastrophic
    Forgetting
    Invited Talk: Robert Jannarone - Current Trends of Learning Algorithms

    8 Pattern Recognition ... T. Kohonen, B. Telfer
    Invited Talk: Teuvo Kohonen - Physiological Model for the Self-Organizing
    Map
    Invited Talk: Brian Telfer - Challenges in Automatic Object Recognition:
    Adaptivity, Wavelets, Confidence

    9 Prediction and System Identification ... P. Werbos, G. Deboeck
    Invited Talk: Guido Deboeck - Neural, Genetic, and Fuzzy Systems for Trading
    Chaotic Financial Markets

    10 Cognitive Neuroscience ... D. Alkon, D. Fong

    11 Links to Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence ... J. Anderson, L.
    Medsker
    Invited Talk: Larry Medsker - Hybrid Intelligent Systems: Research and
    Development Issues

    12 Neural Fuzzy Systems ... L. Zadeh, B. Kosko

    13 Signal Processing ... B. Widrow, H. Bouzas
    Invited Talk: Bernard Widrow - Nonlinear Adaptive Signal Processing

    14 Neurodynamics and Chaos ... H. Szu, M. Zaghloul
    Invited Talk: Walter Freeman - Biological Neural Network Chaos
    Invited Talk: Harold Szu - Artificial Neural Network Chaos

    15 Hardware Implementations ... C. Lau, R. Castain, M. Sayeh
    Invited Talk: Clifford Lau - Challenges in Neurocomputers
    Invited Talk: Mark Holler - High Performance Classifier Chip

    16 Associative Memory ... J. Taylor, S. Usui
    Invited Talk: John G. Taylor - Where is Associative Memory Going?
    Invited Talk: Shiro Usui - Review of Associative Memory

    17 Applications ... D. Casasent, B. Pap, D. Sobajic
    Invited Talk: David Casasent - Optical Neural Networks and Applications
    Invited Talk: Yoh-Han Pao - Mathematical Basis for the Power of the
    Functional-Link Net Approach: Applications to Semiconductor Processing
    Invited Talk: Mohammed Sayeh - Advances in Optical Neurocomputers

    18 Neuroprocessing and Virtual Reality ... L. Giles, H. Hawkins
    Invited Talk: Harold Hawkins - Opportunities for Virtual Environment and
    Neuroprocessing

    19 Circuits and System Neuroscience ... J. Dayhoff, C. Koch
    Invited Talk: Judith Dayhoff - Temporal Processing for Neurobiological Signal
    Processing
    Invited Talk: Christof Koch - Temporal Analysis of Spike Patterns in Monkeys and
    Artificial Neural Networks

    20 Mathematical Foundations ... S-I. Amari, D. Levine
    Invited Talk: Shun-ichi Amari - Manifolds of Neural Networks and EM Algorithms

    Additional session invited talks to be determined. Session invited talks will
    not be scheduled to run concurrently at WCNN 1994. *Invited

    INNS wishes to acknowledge the US Office of Naval Research for its generous
    support of the Biological Neural Networks Session at WCNN 1994

    __________________________________________________ _________
    NEW IN '94! INNS UNIVERSITY SHORT COURSES

    INNS is proud to announce the establishment of the INNS University Short Course
    format to replace the former tutorial program. The new 2-day, 4-hour per course
    format provides twice the instruction with much greater depth and detail. There
    will be six parallel tracks offered in three segments (morning, afternoon, and
    evening each day). INNS reserves the right to cancel Short Courses and refund
    payment should registration not meet the minimum number of persons required per
    Short Course. [Dates and times are listed after each instructor; course
    descriptions are available by contacting INNS.]

    A. Teuvo Kohonen, Helsinki University of Technology - SATURDAY, JUNE 4. 1994,
    6-10 PM
    Advances in the Theory and Applications of Self-Organizing Maps

    B. James A. Anderson, Brown University - SATURDAY, JUNE 4. 1994, 1-5 PM
    Neural Network Computation as Viewed by Cognitive Science and Neuroscience

    C. Christof Koch, California Institute of Technology - SUNDAY, JUNE 5. 1994,
    6-10 PM
    Vision Chips: Implementing Vision Algorithms with Analog VLSI Circuits

    D. Kunihiko Fukushima, Osaka University - SATURDAY, JUNE 4. 1994, 1-5 PM
    Visual Pattern Recognition with Neural Networks

    E. John G. Taylor, King's College London - SUNDAY, JUNE 5. 1994, 1-5 PM
    Stochastic Neural Computing: From Living Neurons to Hardware

    F. Harold Szu, Naval Surface Warfare Center - SATURDAY, JUNE 4. 1994, 6-10 PM
    Spatiotemporal Information Processing by Means of McCollouch-Pitts and Chaotic
    Neurons

    G. Shun-ichi Amari, University of Tokyo - SUNDAY, JUNE 5. 1994, 8 AM-12 PM
    Learning Curves, Generalization Errors and Model Selection

    H. Walter J. Freeman, University of California, Berkeley - SUNDAY, JUNE 5.
    1994, 8 AM-12 PM
    Review of Neurobiology: From Single Neurons to Chaotic Dynamics of Cerebral
    Cortex

    I. Judith Dayhoff, University of Maryland - SATURDAY, JUNE 4. 1994, 8 AM-12 PM
    Neurodynamics of Temporal Processing

    J. Richard A. Anderson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology - SATURDAY, JUNE
    4. 1994, 6-10 PM
    Neurobiologically Plausible Neural Networks

    K. Paul Werbos, National Science Foundation - SUNDAY, JUNE 5. 1994, 1-5 PM
    >From Backpropagation to Real-Time Control

    L. Bernard Widrow, Stanford University - SUNDAY, JUNE 5. 1994, 8 AM-12 PM
    Adaptive Filters, Adaptive Controls,
    Adaptive Neural Networks, and Applications

    M. Gail Carpenter, Boston University - SUNDAY, JUNE 5. 1994, 8 AM-12 PM
    Adaptive Resonance Theory

    N. Takeshi Yamakawa, Kyushu Institute of Technology - SATURDAY, JUNE 4. 1994,
    6-10 PM
    What are the Differences and the Similarities Among Fuzzy, Neural, and Chaotic
    Systems?

    O. Stephen Grossberg, Boston University - SUNDAY, JUNE 5. 1994, 1-5 PM
    Autonomous Neurodynamics: From Perception to Action

    P. Lee Giles, NEC Research Institute - SATURDAY, JUNE 4. 1994, 8 AM-12 PM
    Dynamically-Driven Recurrent Neural Networks: Models, Training Algorithms, and
    Applications

    Q. Alianna Maren, Accurate Automation Corporation - SATURDAY, JUNE 4. 1994, 1-5
    PM
    Introduction to Neural Network Applications

    R. David Casasent, Carnegie Mellon University - SATURDAY, JUNE 4. 1994, 8 AM-12
    PM
    Pattern Recognition and Neural Networks

    S. Per Bak, Brookhaven National Laboratory - SATURDAY, JUNE 4. 1994, 1-5 PM
    Introduction to Self-Organized Criticality

    T. Melanie Mitchell, Sante Fe Institute - SATURDAY, JUNE 4. 1994, 8 AM-12 PM
    Genetic Algorithms, Theory and Applications

    U. Lotfi A. Zadeh, University of California, Berkeley - SUNDAY, JUNE 5. 1994,
    1-5 PM
    Fuzzy Logic and Calculi of Fuzzy Rules and Fuzzy Graphs

    V. Nikolay G. Rambidi, International Research Institute for Management Sciences
    - SUNDAY, JUNE 5. 1994, 6-10 PM
    Image Processing and Pattern Recognition Based on Molecular Neural Networks

    __________________________________________________ ________
    PLENARIES:

    1. Tuesday, June 7, 1994, 6-7 PM
    Lotfi A. Zadeh, University of California, Berkeley
    "Fuzzy Logic, Neural Networks, and Soft Computing"

    2. Tuesday, June 7, 1994, 7-8 PM
    Per Bak, Brookhaven National Laboratory
    "Introduction to Self-Organized Criticality"

    3. Wednesday, June 8, 1994, 6-7 PM
    Bernard Widrow, Stanford University
    "Adaptive Inverse Control"

    4. Wednesday, June 8, 1994, 7-8 PM
    Melanie Mitchell, Sante Fe Institute
    "Genetic Algorithms: Why They Work and What They Can Do For You"

    5. Thursday, June 9, 1994, 6-7 PM
    Paul Werbos, US National Science Foundation
    "Brain-Like Intelligence in Artificial Models: How Do We Really Get There?"

    6. Thursday, June 9, 1994, 7-8 PM
    John Taylor, King's College London
    "Capturing What It Is Like to Be: Modelling the Mind with Neural Networks"

    __________________________________________________ ________
    SPECIAL SESSIONS:

    Special Session 1:
    "Biomedical Applications of Neural Networks"
    Tuesday, June 7, 1994

    Co-sponsored by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, U.S.
    NIH; the Division of Cancer Treatment, National Cancer Institute, U.S. NIH; and
    the Center for Devices and Radiological Health, U.S. Food and Drug
    Administration
    Chairs:
    David G, Brown, PhD
    Center for Devices and Radiological Health, FDA

    John Weinstein, MD, PhD
    National Cancer Institute, NIH

    This special session will focus on recent progress in applying neural networks
    to biomedical problems, both in the research laboratory and in the clinical
    environment. Applications moving toward early commercial implementation will be
    highlighted, and working demonstrations will be given. The track will commence
    with an overview session including invited presentations by Dr. John Weinstein,
    NCI, NIH on the present status of biomedical applications research and by his
    co-session chair Professor Shiro Usui, Toyohasi University on biomedical
    applications in Japan. A second morning session, chaired by Dr. Harry B. Burke,
    MD, PhD, University of Nevada and by Dr. Judith Dayhoff, PhD, University of
    Maryland, University of Maryland, will address neural networks for prediction
    and other nonimaging applications. The afternoon session, chaired by Dr.
    Maryellen L, Giger, PhD, University of Chicago, and Dr. Laurie J. Mango,
    Neuromedical Systems, Inc., will cover biomedical image analysis/image
    understanding applications. The final session, chaired by Dr. David G. Brown,
    PhD, CDRH, FDA is an interactive panel/audience discussion of the promise and
    pitfalls of neural network biomedical applications. Other prominent invited
    speakers include Dr. Nozomu Hoshimiya of Tohoku University and Dr. Michael
    O'Neill of the University of Maryland. Submission of oral and/or poster
    presentations are welcomed to complement the invited presentations.

    Special Session 2:
    "Commercial and Industrial Applications of Neural Networks"
    Tuesday, June 7, 1994
    Co-sponsored by the Society for Manufacturing Engineers
    Overall Chair: Bernard Widrow, Stanford University

    This special session will be divided into four sessions of invited talks and
    will place its emphasis on commercial and industrial applications working 24
    hours a day and making money for their users. The sessions will be organized as
    follows:
    Morning Session 1
    "Practical Applications of Neural Hardware"
    Chair: Dan Hammerstrom, Adaptive Solutions, Portland, Oregon, USA
    Morning Session 2
    "Applications of Neural Networks in Pattern Recognition and Prediction"
    Chair: Kenneth Marko, Ford Motor Company
    Afternoon Session 1
    "Applications of Neural Networks in the Financial Industry"
    Chair: Ken Otwell, BehavHeuristics, College Park, Maryland, USA
    Afternoon Session 2
    "Applications of Neural Networks on Process Control and Manufacturing"
    Chair: Tariq Samad, Honeywell

    Special Session 3:
    "Financial and Economic Applications of Neural Networks"
    Wednesday, June 8, 1994
    Chair: Guido J. Deboeck, World Bank

    This special session will focus on the state-of the-art in financial and
    economic applications. The track will be split into four sessions:
    Morning Session 1
    Overview on Major Financial Applications of Neural Networks and Related Advanced
    Technologies"
    Morning Session 2
    Presentation of Papers: Time-Series, Forecasting, Genetic Algorithms, Fuzzy
    Logic, Non-Linear Dynamics
    Afternoon Session 1
    Product Presentations
    Afternoon Session 2
    Panel discussion on "Cost and Benefits of Advanced Technologies in Finance"
    Invited speakers to be announced. Papers submitted to regular sessions may
    receive consideration for this special session.

    Special Session 4:
    "Neural Networks in Chemical Engineering"
    Thursday, June 9, 1994
    Co-sponsored by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers
    Chair: Thomas McAvoy, University of Maryland

    This special session on neural networks in the chemical process industries will
    explore applications to all areas of the process industries including process
    modelling, both steady state and dynamic, process control, fault detection, soft
    sensing, sensor validation, and business examples. Contributions from both
    industry and academia are being solicited.

    Special Session 5:
    "Mind, Brain and Consciousness"
    Thursday, June 9, 1994
    Session Chair: John Taylor, King's College London
    Session Co-chair: Walter Freeman, University of California, Berkeley
    Session Committee: Stephen Grossberg, Boston University and Gerhardt Roth,
    Brain Research Institute
    Invited Speakers include S. Grossberg, P. Werbos, G. Roth, B. Libet, J. Taylor

    Consciousness and inner experience have suddenly emerged as the centre of
    activity in psychology, philosophy, and neurobiology. Neural modelling is
    preceding apace in this subject. Contributors from all areas are now coming
    together to move rapidly towards a solution of what might be regarded as one of
    the deepest problems of human existence. Neural models, and their constraints,
    will be presented in the session, with an assessment of how far we are from
    building a machine that can see the world the way we do.

    __________________________________________________ ___________
    SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP (SIGINNS) SESSIONS

    INNS Special Interest Groups have been established for interaction between
    individuals with interests in various subfields of neural networks as well as
    within geographic areas. Several SIGs have tentatively planned sessions for
    Wednesday, June 8, 1994 from 8 - 9:30 PM:

    Automatic Target Recognition - Brian Telfer, Chair
    A U.S Civilian Neurocomputing Initiative - Andras Pellionisz, Chair
    Control, Robotics, and Automation - Kaveh Ashenayi, Chair
    Electronics/VLSI - Ralph Castain, Chair
    Higher Level Cognitive Processes - John Barnden, Chair
    Hybrid Intelligence - Larry Medsker, Chair
    Mental Function and Dysfunction - Daniel Levine, Chair
    Midwest US Area - Cihan Dagli, Chair
    Power Engineering - Dejan Sobajic, Chair

    __________________________________________________ ____
    NEW in '94!
    NEURAL NETWORK INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION
    The State-of-the-Art in Advanced Technological Applications
    MONDAY JUNE 6, 1994 - 8 AM to 9 PM
    SPECIAL EXPOSITION-ONLY REGISTRATION AVAILABLE: $55

    * Dedicated to Currently Available Commercial Applications of Neural Nets &
    Related Technologies
    * Commercial Hardware and Software Product Demos
    * Poster Presentations
    * Panel Conclusions Led by Industry Experts
    * Funding Panel
    EXPOSITION CHAIR -- Takeshi Yamakawa, Kyushu Institute of Technology

    CHAIRS --
    Hardware:
    Dan Hammerstrom, PhD, Adaptive Solutions, Inc.
    Takeshi Yamakawa, Kyushu Institute of Technology
    Robert Pap, Accurate Automation Corporation
    Software:
    Dr. Robert Hecht-Nielsen, HNC, Inc.
    Casimir C. Klimasauskas, Co-founder, NeuralWare, Inc.
    John Sutherland, Chairman and VP Research, AND America, Ltd.

    Soo-Young Lee, KAIST
    Asain Liaison

    Pierre Martineau, Martineau and Associates
    European Liaison

    Plus:
    NEURAL NETWORK CONTEST
    with $1500 GRAND PRIZE
    chaired by Bernard Widrow, Harold Szu, and Lotfi Zadeh
    with a panel of distinguished judges!


    EXPOSITION SCHEDULE

    Morning Session: Hardware
    8-11 AM Product Demonstration Area and Poster Presentations
    11 AM-12 PM Panel Conclusion
    Afternoon Session: Software
    1-4 PM Product Demonstration Area and Poster Presentations
    4-5 PM Panel Conclusion
    Evening Session
    6-8 PM Neural Network Contest
    8-9 PM Funding Panel

    HOW TO PARTICIPATE: To demonstrate your hardware or software product contact
    James J. Wesolowski, 202-466-4667; (fax) 202-466-2888. For more information on
    the neural network contest, indicate your interest on the registration form.
    Further information and contest rules will be sent to all interested parties!
    Deadline for contest registration is March 1, 1994.

    __________________________________________________ ____
    FEES at WCNN 1994

    REGISTRATION FEE (includes all sessions, plenaries, proceedings, reception, and
    Industrial Exposition. Separate registration for Short Courses.)
    - INNS Members: US$195 - US$395
    - Non Members: US$295 - US$495
    - Full Time Students: US$85 - US$135
    - Spouse/Guest: US$35 - US$55

    SHORT COURSE FEE (Pay for 2 short courses, get the third FREE)
    - INNS Members: US$225 - US$275
    - Non Members: US$275 - US$325
    - Full Time Students: US$125 - US$150

    CONFERENCE HOTEL: Town and Country Hotel (same site as conference)
    - Single: US$70 - US$95
    - Double: US$80 - US$105

    TRAVEL RESERVATIONS: Executive Travel Associates (ETA) has been selected the
    official travel company for the World Congress on Neural Networks. ETA offers
    the lowest available fares on any airline at time of booking when you contact
    them at US phone number 202-828-3501 or toll free (in the US) at 800-562-0189
    and identify yourself as a participant n the Congress. Flights booked on
    American Airlines, the official airline for this meeting, will result in an
    additional discount. Please provide the booking agent you use with the code:
    Star #S0464FS

    __________________________________________________ ______
    TO RECEIVE CONFERENCE BROCHURES AND REGISTRATION FORMS, HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
    FORMS, AND FURTHER CONGRESS INFORMATION, CONTACT THE INTERNATIONAL NEURAL
    NETWORK SOCIETY AT:

    International Neural Network Society
    1250 24th Street, NW
    Suite 300
    Washington, DC 20037 USA
    phone: 202-466-4667
    fax: 202-466-2888
    e-mail: 70712.3265@compuserve.com
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