Journal  
 
  1. Q. Luo, J. G. Harris, and Z. J. Chen. A time-to-first spike CMOS image sensor with coarse temporal sampling. Journal of Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing, 2006. To appear.
  2. H.S. Narula and J.G. Harris. A time-based VLSI potentiostat for ion current measurements. IEEE Sensors Journal, (2):239–247, April 2006.
  3. X. Qi and J.G. Harris. A time-to-first-spike imager. IEEE Sensors Journal, 2006. To appear.
  4. M.D. Skowronski, J.G. Harris, D.E. Marossero, R.K. Edwards, and T. Euliano. Prediction of intrauterine pressure from electrohysterography using optimal linear filtering. IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., 2006. To appear.
  5. M.D. Skowronski and J.G. Harris. Applied principles of clear and Lombard speech for intelligibility enhancement in noisy environments. Speech Communication, 48(5):549–558, May 2006.
  6. M.D. Skowronski and J.G. Harris. Acoustic microchiroptera detection and classification using machine learning: lessons learned from automatic speech recognition. J. Acoustical Society of America, 119(3):1817–1833, March 2006.
  7. L. Gu, J.G. Harris, R. Shrivastav, and C. Sapienza. Disordered speech assessment using automatic methods based on quantitative measures. EURASIP Journal on Applied Signal Processing, 2005(9):1400–1409, 2005.
  8. M.D. Skowronski and J.G. Harris. Exploiting independent filter bandwidth of human factor cepstral coefficients in automatic speech recognition. Journal of Acoustic Society of America, (3):1774–1780, September 2004.
  9. J.C. Sanchez, J.M. Carmena, M.A. Lebedev, M.A.L. Nicolelis, J.G. Harris, and J.C. Principe. Ascertaining the importance of neurons to develop better brain-machine interfaces. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, pages 943–953, 2004. [PDF]
  10. J. Gao, Y. Cao, L. Gu, J.G. Harris, and J.C. Principe. Detection of weak transitions in signal dynamics using recurrence time statistics. Phys. Lett. A, 317(1-2):64–72, 2003.
  11. J.C. Principe, V. Tavares, W. Freeman, and J.G. Harris. Design and implementation of a biologically realistic olfactory cortex in analog VLSI. Proceedings of the IEEE, 89(7):1030–1051, July 2001. [PDF]
  12. J.G. Harris, C. Pu, and J.C. Principe. A biologically-inspired monaural sound localizer. International Journal of Integrated Circuits and Analog Signal Processing, 23(2):163–172, May 2000.
  13. V. Tavares, J.C. Principe, and J.G.Harris. The F&H filter: A novel ultra-low power discretetime filtering technique. Electronics Letters, 35(15):1226–1227, July 1999. [PDF]
  14. J.G.Harris and Y. Chiang. Nonuniformity correction of infra-red image sequences. IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, 8(8):1148–1151, August 1999. [PDF]
  15. O. Schwartz, J.G. Harris, and J.C. Principe. Modeling the precedence effect for speech signals. Neural Networks, 12(3):409–417, 1999.
  16. J.G. Harris, C. Pu, and J.C. Principe. A neuromorphic monaural sound localizer. In M. S. Kearns, S. A. Solla, and D. A. Cohn, editors, Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, volume 11, pages 692–698, Cambridge, MA, 1999. MIT Press.
  17. J.G. Harris, J. Juan, and J.C. Principe. Analog hardware implementation of continuous-time adaptive filter structures. International Journal of Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing, 18(2/3):209–227, February 1999.
  18. Y. Chiang and J.G. Harris. An analog integrated circuit for continuous-time gain and offset calibration of sensor arrays. International Journal of Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing, 12(3):231–238, April 1997.
  19. Shao-Jen Lim and J.G. Harris. The combined LMS/LMF algorithm. Electronic Letters, 33(6):467–468, March 1997. [PDF]
  20. J.G. Harris and Y. Chiang. An analog implementation of the constant average statistics constraint for sensor calibration. In M.C. Mozer, M. Jordan, and T. Petsche, editors, Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, volume 9, pages 699–705. MIT Press, 1997.
  21. L. Vaina, Y. Sundareswaran, and J.G. Harris. Learning to ignore: psychophysics and computational modeling of fast learning of direction in noisy motion stimuli. Journal of Cognitive Brain Research, 2:155–163, 1995.
  22. J. G. Harris. An analog network for continuous-time segmentation. Internat. Journal of Comp. Vision, 10(1):43–51, 1993.
  23. S. Liu and J.G. Harris. Dynamic wires: an analog VLSI model for object processing. International Journal of Computer Vision, 8(3):221–239, 1992.
  24. C. Koch, B. Mathur, S. Liu, J.G. Harris, J. Luo, and M. Sivilotti. Object based analog VLSI vision circuits. In J.E. Moody, S.J. Hanson, and R.P. Lippmann, editors, Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems,  volume 5, pages 801–804. Morgan Kaufman, San Mateo, CA, 1992.
  25. C. Koch,W. Bair, J.G. Harris, T. Horiuchi, A. Hsu, and J. Luo. Real-time computer vision and robotics using analog vlsi circuits. In D. Touretzky, editor, Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, volume 2, pages 750–757. Morgan Kaufman, Palo Alto, CA, 1990.
  26. B.K.P. Horn and J.G. Harris. Rigid body motion from range image sequences. Journal of CVGIP: Image Understanding, 53(1-13), 1991.
  27. J. G. Harris, C. Koch, and J. Luo. A two-dimensional analog VLSI circuit for detecting discontinuities in early vision. Science, 248:1209–1211, 1990.
  28. J. G. Harris, C. Koch, E. Staats, and J. Luo. Analog hardware for detecting discontinuities in early vision. Internat. Journal of Comp. Vision, 4:211–223, 1990.
  29. J.G. Harris. An analog VLSI chip for thin plate surface interpolation. In J.E. Moody, S.J. Hanson, and R.P. Lippmann, editors, Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, volume 1, pages 687–694. Morgan Kaufman, Palo Alto, CA, 1989
  30. A. Flynn and J.G. Harris. Recognition algorithms for the connection machine. Journal of Computational Intelligence, 2:131–135, 1986.
 
Conference
  1. K. Cho and J.G. Harris. Towards an automatic foreign accent reduction tool. In Proc. Of Speech Prosody, volume 2, pages 569–572, Dresden, Germany, May 2006.
  2. J.G. Harris and M.D. Skowronski. Automatic speech processing methods for bioacoustic signal analysis: A case study of cross-disciplinary acoustic research. In Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), volume V, pages 793–796, Toulouse, France, May 2006.
  3. M.D. Skowronski and J.G. Harris. Minimum mean squared error time series classification using an echo state network prediction model. In Proc. of IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), pages 3153–3156, Kos, Greece, May 2006.
  4. D. Wei, V. Garg, and J.G. Harris. An asynchronous delta-sigma converter. In Proc. of IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS),  pages 4903–4906, Kos, Greece, May 2006.
  5. D. Chen, Y. Li, D. Xu, J.G. Harris, and J.C. Principe. Asynchronous biphasic pulse signal coding and its CMOS realization. In Proc. of IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), pages 2293–2296, Kos, Greece, May 2006.
  6. V. Ravinuthula, J.G. Harris, and J. Fortes. Reliability improvement in time- mode nanocomputation. In Proc. of First International Conference on Bio- Nano-Informatics (BNI) Fusion on CD, Marina Del Rey, CA, July 2005.
  7. C.L. Rogers, J. G. Harris, J. C. Principe, and J. C. Sanchez. An analog VLSI implementation of a multi-scale spike detection algorithm for extracellular neural recordings. In Proc. Of IEEE International Conference on Neural Engineering, pages 213 – 216, Washington, D.C., March 2005. [PDF]
  8. M.A. Boillot and J.G. Harris. A warped bandwidth expansion filter. In Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), pages 65–68, Philadelphia, March 2005.
  9. V.Ravinuthula, C.M. Jeffrey, J. G. Harris, R. Figueiredo, and J. A. B. Fortes. Using time and redundancy for nano-computation. In Proc. of GOMAC, Las Vegas, NV, April 2005. CD proceedings.
  10. L. Gu, J.G. Harris, R. Shrivastav, and C. Sapienza. Disordered speech evaluation using objective quality measures. In Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, pages 321–324, Philadelphia, March 2005. [PDF]
  11. C.L. Rogers and J.G. Harris. A low power analog spike detector. In Proc. Of EEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems, pages  90 – 293, Tel Aviv, Israel, December 2004. [PDF]
  12. T.A. Holz and J.G. Harris. Towards a spiking VLSI implementation of freeman’s olfactory model. In Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems, pages 199 – 202, Tel Aviv, Israel, December 2004. [PDF]
  13. X. Gong and J.G. Harris. A spike-based adaptive filter. In Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems, pages 322 – 325, Tel Aviv, Israel, December 2004. [PDF]
  14. Du Chen, John G. Harris, and Jose Principe. A low-power bioamplier with pulse output. In Proc. of IEEE EMBS, pages 4071–4074, San Francisco, September 2004. [PDF]
  15. V. Ravinuthula and J.G. Harris. Time-based arithmetic using step functions. In Proc. of IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems,  pages 305–308, Vancouver, Canada, May 2004. [PDF]
  16. H. Narula and J.G. Harris. VLSI potentiostat for amperometric measurements for electrolytic reactions. In Proc. of IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, pages 457– 460, Vancouver, Canada, May 2004. [PDF]
  17. X. Qi, X. Guo, and J.G. Harris. A time-to-first spike CMOS imager. In Proc. of IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, pages 824–827,  Vancouver, Canada, May 2004. [PDF]
  18. Q. Luo and J.G. Harris. A time-based CMOS image sensor. In Proc. of IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, pages 840–843, Vancouver, Canada, May 2004. [PDF]
  19. D. Wei and J.G. Harris. Signal reconstruction from spiking neuron models. In Proc. of IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, pages 353– 356, Vancouver, Canada, May 2004. [PDF]
  20. M. Boillot and J.G. Harris. A loudness enhancement technique for speech. In Proc. of IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, pages 616– 619, Vancouver, Canada, May 2004. [PDF]
  21. D. Xu, J.C. Principe, and J.G. Harris. Logic computation using coupled neural oscillators. In Proc. of IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, pages 788–791, Vancouver, Canada, May 2004. [PDF]
  22. H.S. Narula and J.G. Harris. Integrated VLSI potentiostat for cyclic voltammetry in electrolytic reactions. In Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on VLSI (ISVLSI) 2004, pages 268–270, Lafayette, LA, February 2004. [PDF]
  23. Y. Li and J.G. Harris. A spiking recurrent neural network. In Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on VLSI (ISVLSI) 2004, pages 321–322, Lafayette, LA, February 2004. [PDF]
  24. L. Gu, J. Gao, and J.G. Harris. Endpoint detection in noisy environment using a poincare recurrence metric. In IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, volume 1, pages 428–431, Hong Kong, April 2003.
  25. M.D. Skowronski and J.G. Harris. Improving the filter bank of a classic speech feature extraction algorithm. In IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, volume IV, pages 281–284, Bangkok, Thailand, May 2003. [PDF]
  26. L. Gu and J.G. Harris. SLAP: A system for the detection and correction of pronunciation for second language acquisition. In IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, pages 580–583, Bangkok, Thailand, May 2003. [PDF]
  27. H. Song and J.G. Harris. A CMOS neural oscillator using negative resistance. In IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, pages 152–153, Bangkok, Thailand, May 2003. [PDF]
  28. X. Qi and J.G. Harris. An optimal piece-wise linear strategy for reference voltage variation in time-based CMOS imagers. In Proceedings of IASTED International Conference on Circuits, Signals, and Systems (CSS 2003), pages 182–187, Cancun, Mexico, May 2003.
  29. K. Kale and J.G. Harris. A low-complexity narrow-baseline beamformer. In Proceedings of IASTED International Conference on Circuits, Signals, and Systems (CSS 2003), pages 281–284, Cancun, Mexico, May 2003.
  30. V. Ravinuthula and J.G. Harris. A CMOS log-domain all-pass filter. In Proceedings of IASTED International Conference on Circuits, Signals, and Systems (CSS 2003), pages 335–338, Cancun, Mexico, May 2003.
  31. T. Holz and J.G. Harris. An integrate and fire pixel with contrast outputs for a CMOS imager. In Proceedings of IASTED International Conference on Circuits, Signals, and Systems (CSS 2003), pages 178–181, Cancun, Mexico, May 2003.
  32. D. Xu, L. Deng, J.G. Harris, and J.C. Principe. Design of a reduced KII set and network in analog VLSI. In IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, pages 837–840, Bangkok, Thailand, May 2003. [PDF]
  33. X. Qi, Q. Luo, X. Guo, and J. G. Harris. SNR and FPN considerations for time-based wide dynamic range CMOS image sensors. In Proceedings ofWorld Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, pages 66– 73, July 2002.
  34. Q. Luo and J.G. Harris. A novel integration of on-sensor wavelet compression for a CMOS imager. In Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, pages 325–328, Scottsdale, AZ, May 2002. [PDF]
  35. J.G. Harris. The changing roles of analog and digital signal processing in CMOS image sensors. In Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, pages 3976–3979, Orlando, FL, May 2002. [PDF]
  36. M.D. Skowronski and J.G. Harris. Increased MFCC filter bandwidth for noise-robust phoneme recognition. In Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, pages 801–804, Orlando, FL, May 2002. [PDF]
  37. X. Guo and J. G. Harris. A time-based asynchronous readout (tbar) CMOS image sensor for high-dynamic range applications. In Proceedings of IEEE SENSORS 2002 Conference, The First IEEE International Conference on Sensors, Orlando, FL, June 2002.
  38. X. Guo, M. Erwin, and J.G. Harris. Ultra-wide dynamic range CMOS imager using pixelthreshold firing. In Proceedings of 5th World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, volume XV, pages 485–489, Orlando, FL, July 2001.
  39. L. Deng and J.G. Harris. The design and analysis of an analog ratio spectrum circuit. In IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems,  volume 1, pages 184–187, Sydney, Australia, May 2001. [PDF]
  40. D. Gokcay, J.G. Harris, C.M Leonard, and R.W. Briggs. Self-organizing features for regularized standardization of brain images. In M. Sonka and K. M. Hanson, editors, International Symposium on Medical Imaging, volume 4322, pages 1645–1653, San Diego, CA, February 2001. SPIE.
  41. Q. Luo and J.G. Harris. A novel neuron oscillator and its implementation in analog VLSI. In IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems,  volume 2, pages 245–248, Sydney, Australia, May 2001. [PDF]
  42. J.G. Harris and S. Lim. An analog front-end speech processor using the ratio spectrum. In IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems,  volume III, pages 327–330, Geneva, Switzerland, May 2000. [PDF]
  43. V.G. Tavares, J.C. Principe, and J.G. Harris. A silicon olfactory bulb oscillator. In IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, volume V, pages 397–400, Geneva, Switzerland, May 2000. [PDF]
  44. S. Redfield and J.G. Harris. The role of massive color quantization in object recognition. In IEEE International Conference on Image Processing, volume I, pages 57–60, Vancouver, BC, Canada, September 2000. [PDF]
  45. S. Redfield and J.G. Harris. The role of extreme color quantization in object recognition. In First International Conference on Color in Graphics and Image Processing, pages 225–230, Saint-Etienne, France, October 2000.
  46. M.D. Skowronski and J.G. Harris. A probabilistic analysis of the ratio spectrum. In Symposium 2000: Adaptive Systems for Signal Processing, Communications and Control, pages 333–336, Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, October 2000. [PDF]
  47. L. Deng and J. G. Harris. Wavelet denoising of chirp-like signals in the Fourier domain. In IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems,  volume 3, pages 540–543, Orlando, FL, 1999. [PDF]
  48. H. Wu, J.C. Principe, J.G. Harris, and J. Juan. Loss function for blind source separationminimum entropy criterion and its generalized anti- hebbian rules. In International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, volume 2, pages 910–915. IEEE, 1999. [PDF]
  49. D. Chen, J.G. Harris, and A.F. Laine. A wavelet CFAR detector for mass detection in mammography. In SPIE’s 12th Annual International Symposium on Aerospace/Defense Sensing, Simulation, and Controls, volume 3391, pages 637–648, Orlando, FL, April 1998.
  50. D. Chen and J.G.Harris. An analog VLSI circuit implementation of an orthogonal continuous wavelet transform. In IEEE Proceedings of the International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems, volume II, pages 139–142, Lisbon, Portugal, 1998. [PDF]
  51. Y. Chiang and J.G. Harris. Minimizing the “ghosting” artifact in scene- based nonuniformity correction. In SPIE’s 12th Annual International Symposium on Aerospace/Defense Sensing, Simulation, and Controls, volume 3377, pages 106–113, Orlando, FL, April 1998.
  52. S. Lim and J. G. Harris. Analog implementation of ratio spectrum computation. In IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems,  volume I, pages 277–280, Monterey, CA, 1998. [PDF]
  53. J. E. Neeley, C. H. Overman, and J. G. Harris. Synchronization of subthreshold-CMOS chaotic oscillators. In IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, volume I, pages 493–496, Monterey, CA, 1998. [PDF]
  54. C. Pu and J. G. Harris. Theory and implementation of a gaussian decay low-pass filter. In IEEE international Symposium on Circuits and System,  volume I, pages 193–196, Monterey, CA, 1998. [PDF]
  55. M. Rowley, S. J. Lim, J. Harris, and K. K. O. Implementation of photo- imagers in a 0.8Ήm double-polysilicon bipolar process. In Proceedings of the Bipolar Circuits and Technology Meeting, pages 116–119, Minneapolis, MN, September 1997.
  56. J. Juan, J.G. Harris, and J.C. Principe. Locally recurrent networks with multiple time-scales. In Neural Networks for Signal Processing, pages 645– 653, Amelia island, FL, September 1997. [PDF]
  57. R. Fox, M. Nagarajan, and J.G. Harris. Practical design of single-ended log-domain filter circuits. In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, volume I, pages 341–344, Hong Kong, June 1997.
  58. J.G. Harris and Y. Chiang. Nonuniformity correction using the constant- statistics constraint: Analog and digital implementations. In B.F. Andresen and M. Strojnik, editors, SPIE Aerospace/Defense Sensing and Controls: Infrared Technology and Applications XXIII, volume 3061, pages 895–905, April 1997.
  59. J. G. Harris. Long-term adaptation mechanisms for the fine-tuning of biological and manmade sensory processing systems. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Computational Cybernetics and Simulation,  pages 3564–3569, Orlando, FL, October 1997. [PDF]
  60. J. Juan, J.G. Harris, and J.C. Principe. Analog hardware implementation of adaptive filter structures. In International Conference on Neural Networks,  pages 916–921, Houston, TX, June 1997. [PDF]
  61. Shao-Jen Lim and J.G. Harris. Delay lines using self-adapting time constants. In IEEE International Conference on Computational Cybernetics and Simulation, pages 2853–2858, Orlando, FL, October 1997. [PDF]
  62. C. Pu, J. G. Harris, and J.C. Principe. A neuromorphic microphone for sound localization. In IEEE International Conference on Computational Cybernetics and Simulation, pages 1469– 1474, Orlando, FL, October 1997. [PDF]
  63. M. Rowley and J.G. Harris. A comparison of three one-dimensional edge detection architectures for analog VLSI vision systems. In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, volume III, pages 1840– 1843, Hong Kong, June 1997. [PDF]
  64. M. Rowley, J.G. Harris, and Shao-Jen Lim. A logarithmic photoreceptor incorporating lateral bipolar transistors for improved matching and dynamic range. In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, volume III, pages 1852–1855, Hong Kong, June 1997. [PDF]
  65. O. Schwartz, J.G. Harris, and J.C. Principe. Modeling the precedence effect for speech signals. In Computational Neuroscience Trends in Research, volume IV, pages 819–826, 1997.
  66. A.F. Laine,W. Huda, D. Chen, and J.G. Harris. Representation of masses using a continuous scale wavelet transform. In 3RD International Workshop on Digital Mammography, pages 447–450, Chicago, IL, June 1996.
  67. K. Jones and J. G. Harris. The silicon vocal tract. In IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks, pages 902–907, Washington, D.C., June 1996. [PDF]
  68. J. Juan, J.G. Harris, and J.C. Principe. Analog VLSI implementations of continuous-time memory structures. In IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, pages 338– 340, Atlanta, GA, May 1996. [PDF]
  69. D. Chen, J.G.Harris, and A.F. Laine. Automatic scale detection. In SPIE Symposium on Visual Communications and Image Processing, volume 2727, pages 960–972, Orlando, FL, March 1996.
  70. J.E. Neeley and J.G. Harris. A subthreshold CMOS chaotic oscillator. In IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, pages 269–271, Atlanta, GA, May 1996. [PDF]
  71. C. Pu and J.G. Harris. A continuous-time analog circuit for computing time delays between signals. In IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, pages 357–360, Atlanta, GA, May 1996. [PDF]
  72. M. Rowley and J.G. Harris. An edge enhancement technique for analog VLSI vision chips. In IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks,  pages 1000–1004,Washington, D.C., June 1996.
  73. J.G. Harris. Continuous-time calibration of VLSI sensors for gain and offset variations. In SPIE International Symposium on Aerospace Sensing and Dual-Use Photonics: Smart Focal Plane Arrays and focal plane array testing,  volume 2474, pages 23–33, Orlando, FL, April 1995.
  74. A.K. Khan, J.G. Harris, and K. Doty. Motion-based visual behaviors for mobile robots. In SPIE International Symposium on Aerospace Sensing and Dual-Use Photonics: Visual Information Processing IV, volume 2488, pages  321–332, Orlando, FL, April 1995.
  75. J.G. Harris. Implementing radial basis functions using bump-resistor networks. In IEEE World Conference on Computational Intelligence, pages 1894–1898, Orlando, FL., 1994. [PDF]
  76. J.G. Harris and D. Steedly. Continuous-time calibration of analog VLSI  sensors. In Proc. Of 1st International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems, Cairo, Egypt, December 19-22 1994.
  77. J.G. Harris. Analog chips and intelligent vehicles. In I. Masaki, editor, Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, pages 13–18, Tokyo, Japan, June 1993.
  78. C. Koch, B. Mathur, S.-C. Liu, J.G. Harris, J. Luo, and M. Sivilotti. Object- based analog VLSI vision circuits. In Intelligent Vehicles ’92 Symposium,  pages 74–78, 1992.
  79. J. G. Harris. Continuous-time segmentation networks. In SPIE Technical Symposia on Optical Engineering and Photonics in Aerospace Sensing, pages 161–172, Orlando, FL, April 1991. Visual Information Processing: From Neurons to Chips.
  80. J.G. Harris, S.C. Liu, and B. Mathur. Discarding outliers in a nonlinear resistive network. In International Joint Conference on Neural Networks,  pages 501–506, Seattle,WA., July 1991.
  81. S. Liu and J. G. Harris. The negative fuse network. In SPIE Technical Symposia on Optical Engineering and Photonics in Aerospace Sensing, volume 1473, pages 185–193, Orlando, FL, April 1991. Visual Information Processing: From Neurons to Chips.
  82. J. G. Harris and C. Koch. Resistive fuses: circuit implementations of line discontinuities in vision. Snowbird Neural Network Workshop, April 1989.
  83. S. Liu and J.G. Harris. Generalized smoothing networks for solving early vision problems. In IEEE Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference, pages 184–191, San Diego, CA, June 1989.
  84. J. G. Harris. Solving early vision problems with VLSI constraint networks. In AAAI Neural Architectures for Computer Vision Workshop, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1988.
  85. M.J. Daily, J.G. Harris, D. Keirsey, K.E. Olin, D.W. Payton, K. Reiser, J.K. Rosenblatt, D.Y. Tseng, and V.Wong. Autonomous cross country navigation with the ALV. In IEEE Robotics and Automation Conference, Philadelphia, PA, April 1988.
  86. J. G. Harris. A new approach to surface reconstruction: The coupled depth / slope model. In IEEE Proceeding of the First International Conference on Computer Vision, pages 277–283, London, England, June 1987.
  87. M.J. Daily, J.G. Harris, and K. Reiser. Detecting obstacles in range imagery. In DARPA87, pages 87–97, 1987.
  88. M.J. Daily, J.G. Harris, and K. Reiser. An operational perception system for cross-country navigation. In IEEE Proceedings CVPR ’88, pages 794–802, 1988.
  89. J.G. Harris and A. Flynn. Object recognition using the connection machine’s router. In IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, pages 134–139, Miami, FL, 1986.
  90. A. Flynn and J.G. Harris. Recognition algorithms for the connection machine. In International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pages 57– 60, Los Angeles, CA, 1985. IEEE.
 
Refereed Abstracts
  1. I. Uysal, H. Sathyendra, and J.G. Harris. A spike-based computational model for noise robust vowel classification. In Acoustic Society of America, Providence, R.I, June 2006. To appear.
  2. H. Sathyendra, I. Uysal, and J.G. Harris. Noise robust bandwidth extension of telephone speech for mobile and landline communications. In Acoustic Society of America, Providence, R.I, June 2006. To appear.
  3. M.D. Skowronski and J.G. Harris. Automatic detection and classification of microchiropteran echolocation calls: why the current technology is wrong and what can be done about it. In 35th annual N. Am. Symp. on Bat Research, Sacramento, CA, October 2005.
  4. K. Cho, J.G. Harris, and R. Shrivastav. Factors affecting the perception of Korean-accented American English. In J. Acoustical Society of America, volume 118, page 1899, Minneapolis, MN, USA, September 2005.
  5. M.D. Skowronski and J.G. Harris. Automatic detection of microchiroptera echolocation calls from field recordings using machine learning algorithms. Journal of Acoustic Society of America, (4):2552, November 2005.
  6. M. Ramani, J.G. Harris, A. Holmes, M.D. Skowronski, and S. Powell. Comparison of hearing loss compensation algorithms using speech intelligibility measures. Journal of Acoustic Society of America, (4):604, November 2005.
  7. M. Raghavan, M.D. Skowronski, and J.G. Harris. Enhanced energy redistribution speech intelligibility algorithm with real-time implementation. Journal of Acoustic Society of America, (5):2482, November 2004.
  8. M.D. Skowronski and J.G. Harris. Statistical automatic species identification of microchiroptera from echolocation calls: lessons learned from human automatic speech recognition. Journal of Acoustic Society of America, (5):2639, November 2004.
  9. J.G. Harris and M. D. Skowronski. Energy redistribution speech intelligibility enhancement, vocalic and transitional cues. J. Acoustic Society of America, 112(5):2279, 2002.
  10. M. D. Skowronski and J.G. Harris. Human factor cepstral coefficients. J. Acoustic Society of America, 112(5):2305, 2002.
  11. J.G. Harris and S. Redfield. The role of color categorization in object recognition [arvo abstract]. In Invest. Ophthalamo. Vis. Sci., volume 41, page S240, 1999. Abstract 1260.
 
Book Chapters
  1. J.G. Harris and Y. Chiang. Nonuniformity correction of imaging arrays using the constant statistics constraint. In M. Valle, editor, Smart adaptive systems on silicon, chapter 16, pages 269–284. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004.
  2. D. Xu, B. Davis, M. Ozturk, L. Deng, M. Skowronski, J. G. Harris, W. Freeman, and J.C. Principe. Computational neural networks. In B. He, editor, Neural Engineering, chapter 16. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004. In press.
  3. Q. Liang and J.G. Harris. The future of artificial neural networks and speech recognition. In C. Leondes, editor, Intelligent Systems: Technology and Applications, volume III, pages 215–236. CRC Press LLC, Boca Raton, FL, 2002.
  4. J.G. Harris, J. Juan, and J.C. Principe. Analog hardware implementation of continuous-time adaptive filter structures. In G. Cauwenberghs and M. Bayoumi, editors, Learning on Silicon, pages 263–280. Kluwer Academic, Norwell, MA, 1999.
  5. J.C. Principe, S. Celebi, B. de Vries, and J.G. Harris. Locally recurrent networks: the gamma operator, properties, and extensions. In O. Omidvar and J. Dayhoff, editors, Neural Networks and Pattern Recognition, pages 311– 344. Academic Press, 1998.
  6. J.E. Neeley and J.G. Harris. A chaotic oscillator cell in subthreshold CMOS for spatio temporal simulation. In F.L. Silva, J.C. Principe, and L.B. Almeida, editors, Spatiotemporal Models in Biological and Artificial Systems,  pages 121–127. IOS Press, 1997.
  7. J.E. Neeley and J.G. Harris. Applied nonlinear dynamics and stochastic system near the millenium, volume AIP Proceedings 411, chapter Spatio-temporal simulation in subthreshold CMOS, pages 255–260. American Institute of Physics, Wilbury NY, 1997.
  8. J.G. Harris. The tiny-tanh network: Towards continuous-time segmentation with analog hardware. In P. Antognetti and V. Milutonovic, editors, Neural Networks: Concepts, Applications and Implementations,  volume 2, pages 224–237. Prentice Hall, 1991.
  9. J. G. Harris, C. Koch, J. Luo, and J. Wyatt. Resistive fuses: analog hardware for detecting discontinuities in early vision. In M. Mead, C.and Ismail, editor, Analog VLSI Implementations of Neural Systems, pages 27–55. Kluwer, Norwell, MA, 1989.