RequirementsAs part of your final exam, you are required to design and develop an artificial neural network application of your choice; simulate the system, obtain results and write a paper suitable for IEEE Conference Proceedings . Your network can perform typical functions such as signal/image classification and/or characterization (interpolation); although you are not limited to these. The development of new network architectures, measures of network performance and prediction confidence, etc. are also good projects. Discussion and implementation of current ANN literature (IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, etc.) are also welcome.
ScheduleAn e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), Fax (856-256-5241) or a written/printed document presenting your project proposal must be sent to the instructor not later than Monday, Oct 25, 2010. This proposal must not exceed one page.
Project deliverables include a paper suitable for IEEE conference proceedings (format follows) and a comprehensive presentation (~45 min + Questions) describing your work. The paper is due by the end of the Fall semester Final’s week (Dec 21, 2010).
The paper should not exceed 8
pages (excluding appendix) in the format provided at IEEE
Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceedings, . The paper should address the following topics: