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    1. Sanchez, VD
      Searching for a solution to the automatic RBF network design problem

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    2. Last, M; Kandel, A
      Fuzzification and reduction of information-theoretic rule sets

      DATA MINING AND COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE
    3. Lorenceau, J; Alais, D
      Form constraints in motion binding

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Shmulevich, I; Gabbouj, M; Astola, J
      Complexity of the consistency problem for certain post classes

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SYSTEMS MAN AND CYBERNETICS PART B-CYBERNETICS
    5. Last, M; Klein, Y; Kandel, A
      Knowledge discovery in time series databases

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SYSTEMS MAN AND CYBERNETICS PART B-CYBERNETICS
    6. Hammer, B
      Generalization ability of folding networks

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON KNOWLEDGE AND DATA ENGINEERING
    7. Schumacher, EH; Seymour, TL; Glass, JM; Fencsik, DE; Lauber, EJ; Kieras, DE; Meyer, DE
      Virtually perfect time sharing in dual-task performance: Uncorking the central cognitive bottleneck

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    8. Niessen, C; Eyferth, K
      A model of the air traffic controller's picture

      SAFETY SCIENCE
    9. Hartley, AA
      Age differences in dual-task interference are localized to response-generation processes

      PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING
    10. Daily, LZ; Lovett, MC; Reder, LM
      Modeling individual differences in working memory performance: a source activation account

      COGNITIVE SCIENCE
    11. Ambainis, A
      Probabilistic inductive inference: a survey

      THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE
    12. Jain, S; Lange, S; Nessel, J
      On the learnability of recursively enumerable languages from good examples

      THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE
    13. Hubner, R; Futterer, T; Steinhauser, M
      On attentional control as a source of residual shift costs: Evidence from two-component task shifts

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    14. Cryan, M; Goldberg, LA; Goldberg, PW
      Evolutionary trees can be learned in polynomial time in the two-state general Markov model

      SIAM JOURNAL ON COMPUTING
    15. Rubinstein, JS; Meyer, DE; Evans, JE
      Executive control of cognitive processes in task switching

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    16. Kantor, WM; Seress, A
      Black box classical groups

      MEMOIRS OF THE AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY
    17. Byrne, MD; Anderson, JR
      Serial modules in parallel: The psychological refractory period and perfect time-sharing

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    18. Nisbett, RE; Peng, KP; Choi, I; Norenzayan, A
      Culture and systems of thought: Holistic versus analytic cognition

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    19. Logan, GD; Gordon, RD
      Executive control of visual attention in dual-task situations

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    20. Fieker, C
      Computing class fields via the Artin map

      MATHEMATICS OF COMPUTATION
    21. Servedio, RA
      On the limits of efficient teachability

      INFORMATION PROCESSING LETTERS
    22. Horvath, T; Turan, C
      Learning logic programs with structured background knowledge

      ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    23. Izawa, C
      Models of working memory: Mechanisms of active maintenance and executive control

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    24. Sitharam, M; Straney, T
      Sampling Boolean functions over Abelian groups and applications

      APPLICABLE ALGEBRA IN ENGINEERING COMMUNICATION AND COMPUTING
    25. Jacobson, MJ
      Computing discrete logarithms in quadratic orders

      JOURNAL OF CRYPTOLOGY
    26. Kimberg, DY; Aguirre, GK; D'Esposito, M
      Modulation task-related neural activity in task-switching: an fMRI study

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    27. Toda, S
      Traversing graphs in small space

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION AND SYSTEMS
    28. Bartlett, PL; Ben-David, S; Kulkarni, SR
      Learning changing concepts by exploiting the structure of change

      MACHINE LEARNING
    29. Mansour, Y; Sahar, S
      Implementation issues in the Fourier transform algorithm

      MACHINE LEARNING
    30. Ekin, O; Hammer, PL; Kogan, A
      Convexity and logical analysis of data

      THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE
    31. Kotosaka, SY; Schaal, S; Shibata, T
      Humanoid robot for brain research

      ADVANCED ROBOTICS
    32. Decatur, SE; Goldreich, O; Ron, D
      Computational sample complexity

      SIAM JOURNAL ON COMPUTING
    33. Zhang, H
      The Simon effect and its reversal in three-choice hedge and Marsh tasks: Evidence for irrelevant stimulus-response compatibility and stimulus congruity

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    34. Schweickert, R; Giorgini, M; Dzhafarov, E
      Selective influence and response time cumulative distribution functions inserial-parallel task networks

      JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    35. Belegradek, B; Kalpakis, K; Yesha, Y
      Strategies for maximizing seller's profit under unknown buyer's valuations

      INFORMATION SCIENCES
    36. Ambainis, A
      How rich is the structure of the intrinsic complexity of learning

      INFORMATION PROCESSING LETTERS
    37. Schweickert, R; Giorgini, M
      Response time distributions: Some simple effects of factors selectively influencing mental processes

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    38. Zhao, SN; Xiong, XY; Yao, GZ; Guo, AK
      Response synchronization: New progress in brain-visual information processing

      CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN
    39. Hammer, B
      On the learnability of recursive data

      MATHEMATICS OF CONTROL SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
    40. Sakaue, K; Amano, A; Yokoya, N
      Optimisation approaches in computer vision and image processing

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION AND SYSTEMS
    41. Omori, T; Mochizuki, A; Mizutani, K; Nishizaki, M
      Emergence of symbolic behavior from brain like memory with dynamic attention

      NEURAL NETWORKS
    42. Khardon, R
      Learning function-free Horn expressions

      MACHINE LEARNING
    43. Long, PM
      The complexity of learning according to two models of a drifting environment

      MACHINE LEARNING
    44. Auer, P; Long, PM
      Structural results about on-line learning models with and without queries

      MACHINE LEARNING
    45. Dalmau, V
      A dichotomy theorem for learning quantified boolean formulas

      MACHINE LEARNING
    46. Khardon, R; Roth, D
      Learning to reason with a restricted view

      MACHINE LEARNING
    47. Baum, EB
      Toward a model of intelligence as an economy of agents

      MACHINE LEARNING
    48. Bundesen, C; Harms, L
      Single-letter recognition as a function of exposure duration

      PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG
    49. Heil, M; Wahl, K; Herbst, M
      Mental rotation, memory scanning, and the central bottleneck

      PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG
    50. HEMASPAANDRA E; HEMASPAANDRA LA; HEMPEL H
      A DOWNWARD COLLAPSE WITHIN THE POLYNOMIAL HIERARCHY

      SIAM journal on computing (Print)
    51. HEMASPAANDRA LA; HEMPEL H; WECHSUNG G
      QUERY ORDER

      SIAM journal on computing (Print)
    52. Case, J
      The power of vacillation in language learning

      SIAM JOURNAL ON COMPUTING
    53. Duncan, J; Bundesen, C; Olson, A; Humphreys, G; Chavda, S; Shibuya, H
      Systematic analysis of deficits in visual attention

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-GENERAL
    54. Schumacher, EH; Lauber, EJ; Glass, JM; Zurbriggen, EI; Gmeindl, L; Kieras, DE; Meyer, DE
      Concurrent response-selection processes in dual-task performance: Evidencefor adaptive executive control of task scheduling

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    55. Liden, L; Pack, C
      The role of terminators and occlusion cues in motion integration and segmentation: a neural network model

      VISION RESEARCH
    56. Acciaro, V; Kluners, J
      Computing automorphisms of abelian number fields

      MATHEMATICS OF COMPUTATION
    57. Bertault, F; Ramare, O; Zimmermann, P
      On sums of seven cubes

      MATHEMATICS OF COMPUTATION
    58. Brent, RP
      Factorization of the tenth Fermat number

      MATHEMATICS OF COMPUTATION
    59. Ratsaby, J; Maiorov, V
      On the learnability of rich function classes

      JOURNAL OF COMPUTER AND SYSTEM SCIENCES
    60. Niessen, C; Eyferth, K; Bierwagen, T
      Modelling cognitive processes of experienced air traffic controllers

      ERGONOMICS
    61. Greiner, R
      The complexity of theory revision

      ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    62. AIZENSTEIN H; HEGEDUS T; HELLERSTEIN L; PITT L
      COMPLEXITY THEORETIC HARDNESS RESULTS FOR QUERY LEARNING

      Computational complexity
    63. Vandierendonck, A; De Vooght, G; Van der Goten, K
      Does random time interval generation interfere with working memory executive functions?

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    64. SAKURAI K; SHIZUYA H
      A STRUCTURAL COMPARISON OF THE COMPUTATIONAL DIFFICULTY OF BREAKING DISCRETE LOG CRYPTOSYSTEMS

      Journal of cryptology
    65. Siegel, RM
      Representation of visual space in area 7a neurons using the center of massequation

      JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE
    66. Bshouty, NH; Goldman, SA; Mathias, HD
      Noise-tolerant parallel learning of geometric concepts

      INFORMATION AND COMPUTATION
    67. AUER P; WARMUTH MK
      TRACKING THE BEST DISJUNCTION

      Machine learning
    68. COHEN WW
      HARDNESS RESULTS FOR LEARNING FIRST-ORDER REPRESENTATIONS AND PROGRAMMING BY DEMONSTRATION

      Machine learning
    69. BLUM A; FRIEZE A; KANNAN R; VEMPALA S
      A POLYNOMIAL-TIME ALGORITHM FOR LEARNING NOISY LINEAR THRESHOLD FUNCTIONS

      Algorithmica
    70. SHAWETAYLOR J
      CLASSIFICATION ACCURACY BASED ON OBSERVED MARGIN

      Algorithmica
    71. SERESS A
      NEARLY LINEAR-TIME ALGORITHMS FOR PERMUTATION-GROUPS - AN INTERPLAY BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICE

      Acta applicandae mathematicae
    72. VIDYASAGAR M
      AN INTRODUCTION TO SOME STATISTICAL ASPECTS OF PAC LEARNING-THEORY

      Systems & control letters
    73. BARTLETT PL; KULKARNI SR
      THE COMPLEXITY OF MODEL CLASSES, AND SMOOTHING NOISY DATA

      Systems & control letters
    74. SONTAG ED
      A LEARNING RESULT FOR CONTINUOUS-TIME RECURRENT NEURAL NETWORKS

      Systems & control letters
    75. AIZENSTEIN H; BLUM A; KHARDON R; KUSHILEVITZ E; PITT L; ROTH D
      ON LEARNING READ-K-SATISFY-J DNF

      SIAM journal on computing
    76. DEWAGHE L
      REMARKS ON THE SCHOOF-ELKLES-ATKIN ALGORITHM

      Mathematics of computation
    77. EKL RL
      NEW RESULTS IN EQUAL SUMS OF LIKE POWERS

      Mathematics of computation
    78. SHARMA A
      A NOTE ON BATCH AND INCREMENTAL LEARNABILITY

      Journal of computer and system sciences (Print)
    79. Mansour, Y; Parnas, M
      Learning conjunctions with noise under product distributions

      INFORMATION PROCESSING LETTERS
    80. SHAWETAYLOR J; BARTLETT PL; WILLIAMSON RC; ANTHONY M
      STRUCTURAL RISK MINIMIZATION OVER DATA-DEPENDENT HIERARCHIES

      IEEE transactions on information theory
    81. LEE WS; BARTLETT PL; WILLIAMSON RC
      THE IMPORTANCE OF CONVEXITY IN LEARNING WITH SQUARED LOSS

      IEEE transactions on information theory
    82. BARTLETT PL
      THE SAMPLE COMPLEXITY OF PATTERN-CLASSIFICATION WITH NEURAL NETWORKS - THE SIZE OF THE WEIGHTS IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE SIZE OF THE NETWORK

      IEEE transactions on information theory
    83. Kearns, M
      Efficient noise-tolerant learning from statistical queries

      JOURNAL OF THE ACM
    84. Goldreich, O; Goldwasser, S; Ron, D
      Property testing and its connection to learning and approximation

      JOURNAL OF THE ACM
    85. MALLOT HA
      BEHAVIOR-ORIENTED APPROACHES TO COGNITION - THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES

      THEORY IN BIOSCIENCES
    86. SPERDUTI A
      ON THE COMPUTATIONAL POWER OF RECURRENT NEURAL NETWORKS FOR STRUCTURES

      Neural networks
    87. KOBAYASHI S; YOKOMORI T
      LEARNING APPROXIMATELY REGULAR LANGUAGES WITH REVERSIBLE LANGUAGES

      Theoretical computer science
    88. ABE N
      TOWARDS REALISTIC THEORIES OF LEARNING

      New generation computing
    89. OMRANI A; SHOKROLLAHI A
      COMPUTING IRREDUCIBLE REPRESENTATIONS OF SUPERSOLVABLE GROUPS OVER SMALL FINITE-FIELDS

      Mathematics of computation
    90. BAILEY DH; BORWEIN JM; CRANDALL RE
      ON THE KHINTCHINE CONSTANT

      Mathematics of computation
    91. KRACKHARDT D
      ORGANIZATIONAL VISCOSITY AND THE DIFFUSION OF CONTROVERSIAL INNOVATIONS

      The Journal of mathematical sociology
    92. HAUSSLER D
      A GENERAL MINIMAX RESULT FOR RELATIVE ENTROPY

      IEEE transactions on information theory
    93. DERAEDT L
      LOGICAL SETTINGS FOR CONCEPT-LEARNING

      Artificial intelligence
    94. PERALTA R; OKAMOTO E
      FASTER FACTORING OF INTEGERS OF A SPECIAL FORM

      IEICE transactions on fundamentals of electronics, communications and computer science
    95. YAN SY
      68 NEW LARGE AMICABLE PAIRS (VOL 28, PG 71, 1994)

      Computers & mathematics with applications
    96. HONGO S; SONEHARA N; YORIOZAWA I
      EDGE-BASED BINOCULAR STEREOPSIS ALGORITHM - A MATCHING MECHANISM WITHPROBABILISTIC FEEDBACK

      Neural networks
    97. KUDO M; MIZUKAMI K; NAKAMURA Y; SHIMBO M
      REALIZATION OF MEMBERSHIP QUERIES IN CHARACTER-RECOGNITION

      Pattern recognition letters
    98. CARLEY KM
      A COMPARISON OF ARTIFICIAL AND HUMAN ORGANIZATIONS

      Journal of economic behavior & organization
    99. MERRIMAN JR; SIKSEK S; SMART NP
      EXPLICIT 4-DESCENTS ON AN ELLIPTIC CURVE

      Acta Arithmetica
    100. GURNEY KN; WRIGHT MJ
      A MODEL FOR THE SPATIAL INTEGRATION AND DIFFERENTIATION OF VELOCITY SIGNALS

      Vision research


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