International Journal of Neural Networks and Applications is an international journal appearing twice each year that publishes original research and review articles concerned with the modeling of brain and behavioral processes and the application of these models to computer and related technologies. Models aimed at the explanation and prediction of biological data and models aimed at the solution of technological problems are both solicited, as are mathematical and computational analyses of both types of models. International Journal on Neural Networks and Applications serves as a central, interdisciplinary publication for all researchers in the field and its editors represent a range of fields including psychology, neurobiology, mathematics, physics, computer science, and engineering.
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References should appear in a separate bibliography at the end of the paper in alphabetical order. References should be complete, in the style of the following examples:
(book) T. Visnitin, Differential Models of Hysteresis, Springer, 1999.
(journal) T.Roska, L.O.Chua, D.Wolf, T.Kozek, R.Tetzlaff, F.Puffer,
Simulating nonlinear waves and partial differential equations via CNN- Part I:Basic techniques, IEEE Trans. CAS-I, vol. 42, N 10, pp. 807-815, Oct. 1995.
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