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Michael Biehl

  • PhD
  • Professor in Computer Science
  • University of Groningen, Johann Bernoulli Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science
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Research interests

biomedical applications of machine learningadaptive distance measuresprototype-based learningcomputational intelligencemachine learning

About

Professor of Computer Science, University of Groningen, Johann Bernoulli Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science, Intelligent Systems group. Research interests: Machine Learning - theory, algorithm development, applications, neural networks, prototype based learning, vector quantization, adaptive distance measures. Computational and Statistical Physics - simulation of complex systems, growth models and other non-equilibrium systems, crystal surfaces, semi-conductor and metal growth, self-organizing nanostructures, Kinetic Monte Carlo methods

Co-authors (476)

  • Enrique Alegre
  • Jan Philip Göpfert
  • Wiebke Arlt
  • Christina Göpfert
  • Karen Grigoryan
  • Rick van Veen

Publications (192)

AN EXACTLY SOLVABLE MODEL OF UNSUPERVISED LEARNING

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Non-Euclidean Principal Component Analysis by Hebbian Learning

  • Lange M
  • Biehl M
  • Villmann T
Neurocomputing 
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Perceptron learning by constrained optimization: the AdaTron algorithm

  • Biehl M
  • Anlauf J
  • Kinzel W
Neurodynamics. Proceedings of the 9th Summer Workshop on Mathematical Physics (1991)
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PROPERTIES OF AN ADAPTIVE PERCEPTRON ALGORITHM

  • Anlauf J
  • Biehl M
Parallel Processing in Neural Systems and Computers (1990)
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THE ADATRON - AN ADAPTIVE PERCEPTRON ALGORITHM

  • Anlauf J
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Europhysics Letters (1989)
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Professional experience

Professor in Computer Science

University of Groningen, Johann Bernoulli Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science

November 2003 - Present

Assistant, Oberassistant, Privatdozent, Theoretical Physics

Julius-Maximilians-Universitat Wurzburg

October 1995 - November 2003(8 years)

Education history

PhD

Justus Liebig University Giessen, Physics

March 1990 - February 1992(2 years)

Physik (Diplom)

Justus Liebig University Giessen, Physics

October 1984 - March 1990(5 years)

visiting graduate (physics)

University of Washington, Seattle

September 1987 - June 1988(9 months)