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1 Mon.Op Monday 8 August 006 Opening Sessions OPENING SPEECH Vedat Tavsanoglu Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, TURKEY KEYNOTE SPEECHES Chair: Ahmet Dervisoglu Cellular Nonlinear Nano-giga-scale Architectures (CNNA)- Converging Sensory Computing Hardware Platforms and Related Wave Logic Inferencing Tamas Roska Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, HUNGARY From Photons to Decisions: The CMOS Challenge Angel Rodriguez-Vazquez Instituto de Microelectronica de Sevilla, Centro Nacional de Microelectronica and Universidad de Sevilla, SPAIN.0-.0 COFFEE BREAK TUTORIALS CNN Wave Computing: Theory, Architectures, Implementations and Applications Marco Gilli, Csaba Rekeczky, Bertram E. Shi Politecnico di Torino, ITALY Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Faculty of Information Technology, HUNGARY Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, HONG KONG PART LUNCH BREAK PART Chair: I. Cem Goknar Chair: Chagaan Baatar LIVE CNN TECHNOLOGY DEMO SESSION PART : SHORT INTRODUCTIONS Chair: Csaba Rekeczky Bioinspired Robotics: Application of a CNN-based CPG VLSI Chip to Control an Autonomous Mini-hexapod Robot Paolo Arena, Luigi Fortuna, Mattia Frasca, Luca Patané, Massimo Pollino DIEES University of Catania, ITALY Cellular Wave Computing the Multi-channel Mammalian Retina Model by the Bi-i Cameracomputer David Balya, Botond Roska Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, SWITZERLAND

2 Demonstration of Real-time Image Processing on the SCAMP- Vision System Piotr Dudek, David R.W. Barr, Alexey Lopich, Stephen J. Carey University of Manchester, UK CNNOPT: Learning Dynamics and CNN Chip-specific Robustness Dániel Hillier, Samuel Xavier-de-Souza, Johan A. K. Suykens, Joos Vandewalle Péter Pázmány Catholic University, HUNGARY Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BELGIUM Computing and Combining the Outputs of Cortically Inspired Feature Maps Bertram E. Shi, Eric K. C. Tsang, Stanley Y. M. Lam, Yicong Meng Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, HONG KONG A Real-time Mammalian Retina Model Implementation on FPGA Zoltán Nagy, Zsolt Vörösházi, Péter Szolgay Pannon University, Department of Image Processing and Neurocomputing, HUNGARY Analogic and Neural Computing Laboratory, Computer and Automation Institute of HAS, HUNGARY Implementation of Cellular Wave Computing Methods by Hardware Learning: Ion Beam Analysis Gunter Geis, Vanessa Senger, Ronald Tetzlaff Institute of Applied Pyhsics, JWG University Frankfurt a. M., GERMANY Multitarget Tracking Applications of the Bi-i Platform: Attention-selection, Tracking and Control Gergely Tímar, Csaba Rekeczky Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Faculty of Information Technology, HUNGARY Pixel Level Snakes Execution on the SIMD Processor Array Vision Chip SCAMP- David Lopez Vilariño, Piotr Dudek University of Santiago de Compostela, SPAIN University of Manchester, UK Fast and Robust Face Tracking Applied to Wheelchair Driving Samuel Xavier-de-Souza, Michiel Van Dyck, Johan A. K. Suykens, Joos Vandewalle Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BELGIUM COFFEE BREAK PART : LIVE DEMOS WELCOME RECEPTION Chair: Paolo Arena

3 Tue.M Tuesday 9 August 006 Morning Session Tue.M-a: ADVANCES IN CNN THEORY I Chair: Pier Paolo Civalleri Tue.M-b: GENERAL CELLULAR COMPUTING Chair: Marco Gilli Polynomial Discrete Time Cellular Neural Networks to Solve the XOR Problem Random Number Generator and Monte Carlo type Simulations on the CNN-UM Eduardo Gomez-Ramirez, Giovanni Egidio Pazienza Mária Ercsey-Ravasz, Tamas Roska and Zoltán Néda and Xavier Vilasis-Cardona Peter Pazmany Catholic University, HUNGARY La Salle University, MEXICO Babes-Bolyai University, ROMANIA, Enginyeria I Arquitectura La Salle Universitat Ramon Llull, SPAIN On the Reduction of the Number of Coefficient Circuits in a DTCNN Cell Natalia Abel Fernandez, Victor M. Brea, David Lopez A Programmable Digital Cellular Neural Network Processing On- and Off-Chip Sensory Information Tamás Zeffer and Timót Hidvégi Vilariño and Diego Cabello Péter Pázmány Catholic University, HUNGARY University of Santiago de Compostela, SPAIN Széchenyi István University, HUNGARY Generation of Patterns with Predefined Statistical Properties using Cellular Neural Networks Optical Cellular Wave Computer Implementation and Programming Lukasz Kornatowski, Krzysztof Slot, Piotr Debiec Ahmed Ayoub, Szabolcs Tõkés and László Orzó and Hyongsuk Kim MTA-SZTAKI, HUNGARY Institute of Electronics, Technical University of Lodz POLAND Division of Electronics and Information Engineering, Chonbuk National University, REPUBLIC of KOREA Spatio-temporal Patterns in CNNs for Classification: the Winnerless Competition Principle Paolo Arena, Manuel Gonzalez Bedia, Luigi Fortuna, Davide Lombardo, Luca Patanè and Manuel G. Velarde University of Catania, ITALY Universidad Computense de Madrid, SPAIN Programmable OASLM as a Novel Sensing Cellular Computer Szabolcs Tõkés, László Orzó and Ahmed Ayoub MTA-SZTAKI, Computer and Automation Research Institute, HUNGARY COFFEE BREAK

4 Tue.M Tue.M-a: BIONICS AND BIOLOGICALLY RELEVANT MODELS I Chair: Ronald Tetzlaff Estimating Generalized Synchronization in Brain Electrical Activity from Epilepsy Patients with Cellular Nonlinear Networks Dieter Krug, Anton Chernihovskyi, Hannes Osterhage, Christian E. Elger and Klaus Lehnertz Department of Epileptology, University of Bonn GERMANY Prediction Error Profiles allowing a Seizure Forecasting in Epilepsy? Christian Niederhoefer, Ronald Tetzlaff Institute of Applied Pyhsics, JWG University Frankfurt a. M., GERMANY Route Number Recognition of Public Transport Vehicles via the Bionic Eyeglass Kristóf Karacs and Tamas Roska Computer Automation Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HUNGARY Péter Pázmány Catholic University, HUNGARY Color Processing in Wearable Bionic Eyeglass Robert Wagner and Mihaly Szuhaj Peter Pázmány Catholic University, HUNGARY Hungarian National Association of Blind and Visually Impaired People, Budapest, HUNGARY Human Tested Saliency Map Generation in the Bionic Eyeglass Project Anna Lázár and Tamas Roska Péter Pázmány Catholic University, HUNGARY Computer and Automation Research Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HUNGARY Tuesday 9 August 006 Morning Session LUNCH BREAK Tue.M-b: APPLICATIONS I Chair: Ari Paasio Acoustic Wave Propagation Modeling on D CNN-UM Architecture Péter Sonkoly, Péter Kozma, Zoltán Nagy and Péter Szolgay Pannon University, HUNGARY Modeling of Elastic Inter-node Bounds in Cellular Neural Network-based Implementation of the Deformable Grid Paradigm Piotr Korbel and Krzysztof Slot Institute of Electronics, Technical University of Lodz POLAND Path Planning of Mobile Robots by Using Cellular Neural Networks Ioan Gavrilut, Virgil Tiponut and Alexandru Gacsádi University of Oradea, ROMANIA Politehnica University from Timişoara, ROMANIA CNNOPT: Learning Dynamics and CNN Chip-specific Robustness Dániel Hillier, Samuel Xavier-de-Souza, Johan A.K. Suykens, Joos Vandewalle Péter Pázmány Catholic University, HUNGARY Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BELGIUM A CNN Implementation of the Horn & Schunk Motion Estimation Method Alexandru Gacsádi, Cristian Grava, Virgil Tiponut and Péter Szolgay University of Oradea, Electronics Department ROMANIA, Politehnica, University from Timişoara, Applied Electronics Department, ROMANIA Analogical and Neural Computing Laboratory, Computer and Automation Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, HUNGARY 4

5 Tue.A Tue.A-a: APPLICATIONS II Chair: Radu Dogaru Genetic Programming for the CNN-UM Giovanni Egidio Pazienza, Eduardo Gomez-Ramirez and Xavier Vilasis-Cardona Enginyeria i Arquitectura La Salle, Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona, SPAIN Universidad "La Salle", México D.F., MEXICO Analogic Implementation of the Genetic Algorithm David Balya and Viktor Gal Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research SWITZERLAND MTA-SZTAKI, HUNGARY Autonomous Ratio-Memory Cellular Nonlinear Network (ARMCNN) for Pattern Learning and Recognition Chung-Yu Wu and Su-Yung Tsai National Chiao-Tung University, TAIWAN Visual Inspection of Metal Objects by using Cellular Neural Networks Zoltan Szlavik, Ronald Tetzlaff, Andreas Blug and Heinrich Hoefler Analogic and Neural Computing Laboratory, Computer and Automation Research Institute of Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HUNGARY Complex Systems Group, Goethe University GERMANY Fraunhofer Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques, GERMANY Tuesday 9 August 006 Afternoon Session Semi-Totalistic CNN Genes for Compact Image Compression Radu Dogaru, Ronald Tetzlaff and Manfred Glesner University "Politehnica" of Bucharest, ROMANIA Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University, Frankfurt am Main, GERMANY Technische Universitaet Darmstadt, GERMANY COFFEE BREAK Tue.A-b: LINEAR CNN FILTERS Chair: Bertram E. Shi On the Feature Extraction Performances of CNN Gabor-Type Filters in Texture Recognition Applications Emilian David, Paul Ungureanu and Liviu Goras Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications,,,Gh. Asachi Technical University of Iasi, ROMANIA Jacobi s Iterative Method for Solving Linear Equations and the Simulation of Linear CNN Vedat Tavsanoglu Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, TURKEY Estimating the CNN Steady State using Forward- Backward Recursions Bertram E. Shi Hong Kong University of Science and Technology HONG KONG Towards Analog VLSI Arrays for Nonseparable d Spatiotemporal Filtering Man Den Ip, Emmanuel Michael Drakakis and Anil Anthony Bharath Imperial College London, UK 5

6 Tue.A Tue.A-a: IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES Chair: Péter Szolgay A Control System for a Cellular Processor Array David R. W. Barr, Stephen J. Carey, Alexey Lopich and Piotr Dudek University of Manchester, UK Programmable CNN Cell based on SET Transistors Jacek Flak, Mika Laiho and Kari Halonen Helsinki University of Technology, FINLAND University of Turku, FINLAND Implementation of Nonlinear Template Runner Emulated Digital CNN-UM on FPGA Zoltán Kincses, Zoltán Nagy and Péter Szolgay Pannon University, HUNGARY Multiplexed Circuit for Star-CNN Architecture Fausto Sargeni, Vincenzo Bonaiuto, Maurizio Bonifazi Department of Electronic Engineering University of Rome Tor Vergata, ITALY Tuesday 9 August 006 Afternoon Session Programmable Digital Nested CNN Ari Paasio and Jonne Poikonen University of Turku, FINLAND CONFERENCE BANQUET Tue.A-b: IMAGE PROCESSING Chair: Hyongsuk Kim Fast and Robust Face Tracking for CNN Chips: Application to Wheelchair Driving Samuel Xavier-de-Souza, Michiel Van Dyck, Johan A.K. Suykens and Joos Vandewalle Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BELGIUM A New CNN-based Method for Detection of Symmetry Axis Giovanni Costantini, Daniele Casali and Roberto Perfetti University of Rome "Tor Vergata", ITALY University of Perugia, ITALY Pattern Detection in Spectrograms with Cellular Neural Networks Krzysztof Slot, Piotr Korbel, Marek Gozdzik and Hyongsuk Kim Institute of Electronics, Technical University of Lodz POLAND Division of Electronics and Information Engineering, Chonbuk National University, Jeonju, REPUBLIC of KOREA A Pattern Classification Method Based on a Space- Variant CNN Template Giovanni Costantini, Daniele Casali and Massimo Carota University of Rome "Tor Vergata", ITALY 6

7 Wed.M Wednesday 0 August 006 Morning Session Wed.M-a: ADVANCES IN CNN THEORY II Chair: Angela Slavova Wed.M-b: APPLICATIONS III Chair: Mamoru Tanaka N-Scroll Generation in SC-CNN via NeroFuzzy Based Nonlinear Function Enis Gunay, Mustafa Alci and Selami Parmaksizoglu Erciyes University Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, TURKEY A Spatial Domain Sigma-Delta Modulator Using Discrete-Time Cellular Neural Networks Hisashi Aomori, Tsuyoshi Otake, Nobuaki Takahashi and Mamoru Tanaka Sophia University, JAPAN Tamagawa University, JAPAN IBM Japan Ltd., JAPAN An New Automatic Nucleated Cell Counting Method with Improved Cellular Neural Networks (ICNN) Qiang Feng, Shenglin Yu and Huaiyin Wang Implementation of Arbitrary Boolean Functions via CNN Fangyue Chen, Guolong He, Guanrong Chen and College of Automation Engineering, Nanjing University Xiubin Xu of Aeronautics and Astronautics, P. R. of CHINA Zhejiang Normal University, P. R. of CHINA City University of Hong Kong, P. R. of CHINA On the Existence of Stable Equilibrium Points in Delayed Cellular Neural Networks Emel Arslan, Sabri Arik and Vedat Tavsanoglu Image Resolution Upscaling via Two-Layered Discrete-Time Cellular Neural Network Tsuyoshi Otake, Takefumi Konishi, Hisashi Aomori, Istanbul University, Istanbul, TURKEY Nobuaki Takahashi and Mamoru Tanaka Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, TURKEY Tamagawa University, JAPAN Sophia University, JAPAN IBM Japan Ltd., JAPAN On the Periodic Solutions in One Dimensional Cellular Nonlinear Networks Based on A Cellular Active Contours Algorithm Based on Region Evolution Josephson Junctions Piotr Dudek and David Lopez Vilariño Valeri Mladenov and Angela Slavova University of Manchester, UK Department Theoretical Electrical Engineering, Faculty University of Santiago de Compostela, SPAIN of Automatics, Technical University of Sofia BULGARIA Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, BULGARIA Receptor-based CNN Model with Hysteresis for Pattern Formation Angela Slavova and Maya Markova Weakly Connected Oscillatory Networks as Associative and Dynamics Memories Fernando Corinto, Michele Bonnin, Marco Gilli and Pier Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Paolo Civalleri Academy of Sciences, BULGARIA Politecnico di Torino - Department of Electronics, Department of Informatics, University of Russe ITALY BULGARIA Experiments on Global and Local Adaptation to Illumination Conditions based on Focal-Plane Average Computation Carlos M. Domínguez-Matas, Francisco J. Sánchez- Fernández, Ricardo Carmona-Galán, Elisenda Roca- Moreno Instituto de Microelectrónica de Sevilla-CNM-CSIC, SPAIN Detection of Moving Objects in a Binocular Video Sequence Giovanni Costantini, Daniele Casali and Roberto Perfetti University of Rome "Tor Vergata", ITALY University of Perugia, ITALY COFFEE BREAK 7

8 Wed.M Wed.M-a: BIONICS AND BIOLOGICALLY RELEVANT MODELS II Chair: David Lopez Vilariño Space-time Signature Analysis of D Echocardiograms Based on Topographic Cellular Active Contour Techniques Zsolt Szálka, Gergely Soós, Dániel Hillier, László Kék, Csaba Rekeczky, Gábor Andrássy Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Faculty of Information Technology, HUNGARY Saint Francis Hospital, HUNGARY Effect of Inhibitory Diffusive Coupling on Frequency-selectivity of Excitable Media Simulated with Cellular Neural Networks Anton Chernihovskyi, Christian E. Elger and Klaus Lehnertz Department of Epileptology, University of Bonn GERMANY Detecting Structural Alterations in the Brain using a Cellular Neural Network based Classification of Magnetic Resonance Images Florian Döhler, Anton Chernihovskyi, Florian Mormann, Christian E. Elger and Klaus Lehnertz Department of Epileptology, University of Bonn GERMANY An Autonomous Mini-hexapod Robot Controlled Through a CNN-based CPG VLSI Chip Paolo Arena, Luigi Fortuna, Mattia Frasca, Luca Patanè and Massimo Pollino DIEES University of Catania, ITALY Vein Feature Extraction using DT-CNNs Suleyman Malki, Yu Fuqiang, Lambert Spaanenburg Department of Information Technology, Lund University, SWEDEN CNNUM-Based Methods Using Deformable Contours on Smooth Boundaries Tamás Szabó, Péter Szolgay Pannon University, HUNGARY Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HUNGARY Wednesday 0 August 006 Morning Session LUNCH BREAK Wed.M-b: DESIGN METHODS OF CNN ASIPS Chair: Lambert Spaanenburg An Embedded CNN-UM Global Analogic Programming Unit implementation on FPGA Zsolt Vörösházi, Zoltán Nagy, András Kiss and Péter Szolgay Pannon University, Department of Image Processing and Neurocomputing, HUNGARY Analogic and Neural Computing Laboratory, Computer and Automation Institute of HAS, HUNGARY FPGA Based Implementation of Water Reinjection in Geothermal Structure Sándor Kocsárdi, Zoltán Nagy, Simeon Kostianev and Péter Szolgay Pannon University, HUNGARY University of Mining and Geology, BULGARIA In Search for a Robust Digital CNN System WenHai Fang, Cheng Wang and Lambert Spaanenburg Department of Information Technology, Lund University, SWEDEN Design Method for Unconventional Computing Lambert Spaanenburg, Benny Akesson, Andreas Hansson, Kees Goossens Department of Information Technology, Lund University, SWEDEN ESAS, Philips Research, NETHERLANDS -Layer CNN Chip for Focal-Plane Complex Dynamics with Adaptive Image Capture Carlos M. Domínguez-Matas, Ricardo Carmona-Galán, Francisco J. Sánchez-Fernández and Angel Rodriguez- Vazquez Instituto de Microelectrónica de Sevilla-CNM-CSIC, SPAIN An Analog Viterbi Decoder for PRML using Analog Parallel Processing Circuits of the CNN Hyunjung Kim, Hongrak Son, Jeonwon Lee, In-cheol Kim and Hyongsuk Kim Division of Electronics and Information Engineering Chonbuk National University, Jeonju, REPUBLIC of KOREA Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Yongin REPUBLIC of KOREA Samsung Electronics DM research Center, Suwon, REPUBLIC of KOREA 8