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  author = {Fabio Aiolli and Gaëlle Bonnet{-}Loosli and Romain Hérault},
  title = {Advances in artificial neural networks, machine learning and computational
  journal = {Neurocomputing},
  volume = {268},
  pages = {1--3},
  year = {2017},
  url = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neucom.2017.04.038},
  doi = {10.1016/j.neucom.2017.04.038},
  note = {Editorial},
  abstract = {This special issue of Neurocomputing presents 16 original articles that are extended versions of selected papers from the 24th
	European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks (ESANN), a major event for researchers in the fields of artificial neural networks, machine learning, computational intelligence, and related topics. This single track conference occurs annually in Bruges, Belgium,
	a UNESCO World Heritage Site by one of the most beautiful medieval city centers in Europe. It is organised in collaboration by UCL
	(Université Catholique de Louvain—Louvain-la-Neuve) and KULeuven (Katholiek Universiteit—Leuven) and is steered by Prof. Michel	Verleysen from UCL. In addition to regular sessions, the conference welcomes special sessions organised by renowned scientists
		in their respective fields. These sessions focus on particular topics, such as medical applications, physics, deep learning, indefinite
	proximity learning, information visualisation, incremental learning
	and advances in learning with kernels.
	The contributions in this special issue show that ESANN covers a broad range of topics in neural computing and neuroscience,
	from theoretical aspects to state-of-the-art applications. More than
	120 researchers from 20 countries participated in the 24th ESANN
	in April 2016. Around 100 oral and poster communications have
	been presented this year. Based on the reviewers’ and special session organisers’ recommendations, as well as on the quality of the
	oral presentations at the conference, a number of authors were
	invited to submit an extended version of their conference paper
	for this special issue of Neurocomputing. All extended manuscripts
	were thoroughly reviewed once more by at least two independent
	experts and the 16 articles presented in this volume were accepted
	for publication.}