Joao Luis Garcia Rosa

University of Sao Paulo Brazil

João Luís Garcia Rosa is an associate professor at the Department of Computer Science, University of São Paulo (USP) at Sao Carlos, Brazil, where he teaches disciplines such as Neural Networks, Brain-Computer Interfaces, and Artificial Intelligence. He received a degree in Electrical Engineering – Electronics and Automation, a Master's degree in Computer Engineering, and a PhD in Computational Linguistics, all from the University of Campinas (Unicamp), Brazil. He is currently with the Bio-inspired Computing Laboratory (BioCom). Dr. Rosa has experience in computer science, with emphasis on artificial Intelligence, brain-computer interfaces, and biologically plausible artificial neural networks. He presented three 2-hour tutorials in IJCNN 2005 ("Biologically Plausible Artificial Neural Networks"), in IJCNN 2015 ("Noninvasive Electroencephalogram-based Brain-Computer Interfaces”), and in IJCNN 2017 ("Event-Related Potentials: Cognition in Brain-Computer Interfaces"). He has published three books and several papers in journals and peer-reviewed proceedings.

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The idea of simulating the brain was the goal of many pioneering works in Artificial Intelligence. The brain has been seen as a neural network, or a set of nodes, or neurons, connected by communication lines. Currently, there has been increasing interest in the use of neural network models. This book contains chapters on basic concepts of artificial neural networks, recent connectionist architectures and several successful applications in various fields of knowledge, from assisted speech therapy to remote sensing of hydrological parameters, from fabric defect classification to application in civil engineering. This is a current book on Artificial Neural Networks and Applications, bringing recent advances in the area to the reader interested in this always-evolving machine learning technique.

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