Estimating Relevant Input Dimensions for Self-Organizing Algorithms

Hammer B, Villmann T (2001)
In: Advances in Self-Organising Maps. Allinson NM, Yin H, Allinson L, Slack J (Eds); London: Springer: 173-180.

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Hammer B, Villmann T. Estimating Relevant Input Dimensions for Self-Organizing Algorithms. In: Allinson NM, Yin H, Allinson L, Slack J, eds. Advances in Self-Organising Maps. London: Springer; 2001: 173-180.
Hammer, B., & Villmann, T. (2001). Estimating Relevant Input Dimensions for Self-Organizing Algorithms. In N. M. Allinson, H. Yin, L. Allinson, & J. Slack (Eds.), Advances in Self-Organising Maps (pp. 173-180). London: Springer.
Hammer, B., and Villmann, T. (2001). “Estimating Relevant Input Dimensions for Self-Organizing Algorithms” in Advances in Self-Organising Maps, Allinson, N. M., Yin, H., Allinson, L., and Slack, J. eds. (London: Springer), 173-180.
Hammer, B., & Villmann, T., 2001. Estimating Relevant Input Dimensions for Self-Organizing Algorithms. In N. M. Allinson, et al., eds. Advances in Self-Organising Maps. London: Springer, pp. 173-180.
B. Hammer and T. Villmann, “Estimating Relevant Input Dimensions for Self-Organizing Algorithms”, Advances in Self-Organising Maps, N.M. Allinson, et al., eds., London: Springer, 2001, pp.173-180.
Hammer, B., Villmann, T.: Estimating Relevant Input Dimensions for Self-Organizing Algorithms. In: Allinson, N.M., Yin, H., Allinson, L., and Slack, J. (eds.) Advances in Self-Organising Maps. p. 173-180. Springer, London (2001).
Hammer, Barbara, and Villmann, Th. “Estimating Relevant Input Dimensions for Self-Organizing Algorithms”. Advances in Self-Organising Maps. Ed. N.M. Allinson, H. Yin, L. Allinson, and J. Slack. London: Springer, 2001. 173-180.

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