UCLA short course on "Fuzzy Logic, Chaos, and Neural Networks"

William R. Goodin (BGOODIN@UNEX.UCLA.EDU)
Tue, 9 Apr 1996 10:12:34 +0200


On May 29-31, 1996, UCLA Extension will present the short course, "Fuzzy
Logic, Chaos, and Neural Networks: Principles and Applications", on the
UCLA campus in Los Angeles.

The instructor is Harold Szu, PhD, Research Professor of Computer
Science, University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, and Past
President of the International Neural Network Society (INNS).

This course presents the principles and applications of several different
but related disciplines--neural networks, fuzzy logic, chaos--in the context
of pattern recognition, control of engineering tolerance imprecision, and
the prediction of fluctuating time series. Since research into these areas
has contributed to the understanding of human intelligence, researchers
have dramatically enhanced their understanding of fuzzy neural systems
and in fact may have discovered the "Rosetta stone" to decipher and unify
these intelligence functions.

The course fee is $1195, which includes extensive course materials.

For additional information and a complete course description, please
contact Marcus Hennessy at:

(310) 825-1047
(310) 206-2815 fax
mhenness@unex.ucla.edu