Neural Networks

Dr. Jerrold Garcia and Dr. Adrian Serohijos

Dr. Jerrold Garcia and Dr. Adrian Serohijos

Computers can be trained to think like animals using the technique of neural networks, which is patterned after the network of neurons in the brain.  There are many uses of neural networks: fingerprint matching, voice recognition, and election poll analysis, to name a few.

Research Supervisor

Dr. Jerrold Garcia

Research Papers

Journals

2002

Christopher Monterola, May Lim, Jerrold Garcia, and Caesar Saloma, Feasibility of a neural network as a classifier of undecided respondents in a public opinion survey, in International Journal of Public Opinion Research 14 (2), 222-229 (2002).

C. Monterola, M. Lim, J. Garcia and C. Saloma, Accurate forecasting of the undecided population in a public opinion poll, J. Forecasting 21, 435-449 (2002)

2001

Rafael Saldaña, Jerrold Garcia, Felix Muga II, William Yu, “Development of a Beowulf-Class High Performance Computing System for Computational Science Applications,” Science Diliman, Vol 13, No 2 (2001).

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