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Hands-on MATLAB Training Program on Design of Soft Computing Models using Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) (Without using

Built-in Toolbox Functions) Training Dates: 9-11, August 2013 [Friday, Saturday & Sunday] Venue: Hotel RR Inn Boardroom, Tirunelveli. Objective of this workshop Soft computing, as explained by Prof. Lot Zadeh, is a consortium of methodologies (working synergistically, not competitively) that, in one f o r m o r another, exploits the tolerance for imprecision, uncertainty, approximate reasoning and partial truth, to achieve tractability, robustness, low-cost solution and close resemblance with human-like decision making.

In recent years soft computing has emerged as a practical technology, with successful applications in many fields. The majority of these applications are concerned with problems in pattern recognition and machine learning. Historically, many concepts in neural computing have been inspired by Biological networks. This workshop clarifies different types of ANN models (supervised

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unsupervised) with handwork numerical exercise followed by MATLAB analyze and visualize various architecture, learning behaviors and application areas.

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This workshop is intended for academic community in Teaching & Research, as well as practicing Engineers, Consultants, and Programmers, as well as those in automation field, machine intelligence professionals, Expert System and soft computing specialists and students, who use ANN as a tool and wish to develop a deeper understanding and create custom solutions to automation and Machine Learning problems in their field.

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Contents & Schedule Day -1 Lab Session (9.00am 5.00pm) 9.00am-9.30am: Introduction to Soft Computing Models. Role of ANN in Soft Computing. 9.30am-10.45am: Significance of ANN in building Soft Computing Models for Pattern Recognition in Signal & Image Processing. 10.45am-11.00am: Coffee/Tea Break 11.00am-01.15pm: McCulloch-Pitts Model of Neuron, Design of Simple Perceptron Supervised Feedforward Network, Training & Testing Exercise. 01.15pm-2.00pm: Lunch Break 2.00pm-3.30pm: ADALINE & MADALINE Network, Examples. Case Study with (0-9) digits classification and Fingerprint Data Classification. 3.30pm-3.45pm: Coffee/Tea Break 3.45pm-5.00pm: Case Study-2: Design of Delta Learning Rule for English/Hindi Alphabet/Character Classification, Training & Classification. Day -2 Lab Session (9.00am 5.00pm) 9.00am-10.45am: Error Back Propagation Training Model (BPN). 10.45am-11.00am: Coffee/Tea Break. 11.00am-01.15pm: Case Study-3: Design of BPN Network: Training & Classification of Medical Image Data Set (MRI/Ultrasound). Working with 1-D data (speech, audio and Bio-signals) to train the BPN. 01.15pm-2.00pm: Lunch Break. 2.00pm-3.30pm: Case Study-4: Design of Hopfield Feedback Network, Lyapunov Energy Calculation, Handwork Exercise, Case Study Implementation. 3.30pm-3.45pm: Coffee/Tea Break 3.45pm-5.00pm: Introduction to Associative Memories, Auto-Associative Network, HeteroAssociative Network, Bidirectional Associative Memory (BAM). Handwork exercise and case study implementation for each case.

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Day -3 Lab Session (9.00am 5.00pm) 9.00am-10.45am: Introduction to Unsupervised Neural Network Models & its Significance. Different types of Unsupervised Models (Feedforward & Feedback types). Case Study-5: Design of Kohonen Self-Organizing Map (SOM) for Data Clustering. 10.45am-11.00am: Coffee/Tea Break 11.00am-01.15pm: Case Study-6: Design of K-Means clustering for multi-dimensional data classification, 01.15pm-2.00pm: Lunch Break 2.00pm-3.30pm: Case Study-7: Design of K-Means/Fuzzy C Means (FCM) algorithm for 2D (MRI/Color Doppler Ultrasound) Image Segmentation (Clustering). 3.30pm-3.45pm: Coffee/Tea Break 3.45pm-4.45pm: Case Study-8: Design of Radial Basis Function (RBF) & Introduction to Support Vector Machine (SVM). Hand work exercise followed by case study implementation. 4.45pm-5.00pm: Feedback and Closing Session Note: Every Session comprises of introduction to Theoretical and Mathematical background, followed by Hand-work Numerical Exercise and implementation in MATLAB, without using any built-in ANN Toolbox functions.

Instruction to participants: SCS conducts its training using Commercial Licensed version of MATLAB. Participants need to bring their Laptop with Licensed/Instructor/Student Evaluation version of MATLAB. Key Facilitator & Master Trainer Mahesh Anand. S [Formerly Faculty at VIT University, Vellore]
A Very Passionate Educationist, Trainer, Motivational Speaker and Scientific Computing Consultant. Having 10 Plus Years of Experience in Facilitating the Learning of Gen-Y and GenX Learners. Strongly Believe in Experiential Learning Methodologies and Multiple Intelligence Skills Based Teaching-Learning Approach. Trained 3500 Plus Engineering Students & Faculty across India on Various Skills.

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About Venue: RR Inn: A 3 Star Business Classified Hotel in Tirunelveli. The RR Inn brand has earned a reputation for its exquisite hospitality among both business and leisure travelers visiting Tirunelveli. The city is considered as one of the oldest city in Indian subcontinent around 3,000 years old located on the west bank of the Thamirabarani River in the state of Tamil Nadu in Southern India. The Nellaiappar Temple with Kanthimathi is situated in the centre of town at a distance of two km from the railway station. This is a twin temple dedicated to Goddess Parvathi and Lord Shiva. Rare jewels, the Golden Lily Tank, Musical Pillars, the hall of a thousand pillars are worth seeing. The Nellaiappar Temple is bigger than the Madurai Meenakshi Amman Temple, though the latter is more famous owing to its historical importance. Training Fee: Rs.7200/ INR [Faculty/Research Scholar (FT/PT)/Industry Participant] Rs.6200/ INR [full time UG/PG Students] [15% discounted student concession Fee] Training Fee includes Tuition, Lunch, Refreshments, Workshop Stationary and Handouts. Group Concession: Avail 10% discount in training fee, if minimum 3 participant registering from same institute/organization. Students can avail either student concession [or] group concession. Registration: Kindly Email the following details: Name, Designation, Department, College/Organization, Contact number, Email, Research Area to contact@scs-india.org , along with the scan copy of DD & Scan copy of College ID (for students) [or] soft copy of online transfer acknowledgement message.

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By Demand Draft, in favour of SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING SOLUTIONS payable at CHENNAI Total Seats are limited to 15, based on first-come-first-serve basis. Registration will be confirmed only after receiving the scan copy of DD [or] soft copy of Online Transfer Payment Acknowledgement Message through contact@scs-india.org

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Testimonials: [more testimonials available in BLOG http://blog.scs-india.org]

The two-day workshop on MATLAB with focus on various techniques and methodologies of image processing was enriching, interesting and highly informative. The programs which we learnt to write with ease within a day kindled my grey cells to explore and find out how MATLAB can be used for meteorological applications in processing satellite and Doppler weather radar digitized images. The lectures by the expert trainer Mr. Mahesh Anand with vivid explanations made the fundamental concepts clear. Valuable suggestions on career guidance to students and words of wisdom shared along the course of the lectures made the sessions even more lively and thought-provoking!

Ms.B.Amudha, Meteorologist / Scientist-C, Regional Meteorological Centre, India Meteorological Department, Participant of MATLAB Programming workshop held at Anna University, MIT Campus, Chrompet, Chennai. Held during 23-24 June, 2012.

The 3 days workshop in MATLAB Training - the hands-on experience, which I really enjoyed learning - as the SCS motto says - learn by doing. While coming to the workshop, frankly speaking, I did not have any idea in MATLAB programming. At the end of the 1st day, I am able to do the program myself the fundamentals which were very useful for the research work. The 2nd and the 3rd days sessions which was quite advanced for me; I tried to understand all the concepts, hope those I learnt in the workshop, will help me to complete my research work. As all we know, LEARNING IS A CONTINUOUS PROCESS for a faculty, I hope those all attended the workshop, will appreciate all the sessions conducted by you. Thanks for organizing and conducting the workshop successfully.

K.M.SHARAVANA RAJU, Lecturer, Faculty of Computer Science, Jazan University,Jazan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Participant of Three Day Faculty Training Program on Advanced Digital Image Processing and Pattern Recognition using MATLAB held during 29th June to 1st July at Hotel RR Inn Board Room, Tirunelveli.

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The Workshop was really Awesome. The best thing of your workshop was it doesnt need any prerequisite knowledge. It was one of the best Workshop happened in my college. further, i always need ur guidelines for working in this field. i will contact u if i need any help. once again sir thank u from beneath of my heart.

Manish,II Year B.Tech (ECE), IIIT-Allahabad. Participant of 3-Day MATLAB workshop on Soft Computing and Machine Learning for Intelligent Speech and Image Signal Processing & Analysis held during 7 -8, March 2013 at IIIT-Allahabad.

My sincere thanks to you. I could have missed an EXCELLENT TRAINING PROGRAM. If I have not attended the program conducted at VRSEC from 4th to 6th July 2013. The Workshop was more useful for students and faculty who are doing their research in Image Processing Domain. I suggest that everyone whose domain is Image Processing should attend such type of course at-least once, so that they can do lot of research on their own.Once again thank you.

Prof.Prakash.B, GITAM University, Vishakapatnam. Participant of 3-Day MATLAB workshop on Digital Image Processing and Pattern Recognition held during 4-6, July 2013 at VR Siddhartha Engineering College, Vijayawada.

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