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Applications of Neural Networks provides an in depth description of thirteen functional purposes of neural networks, chosen as the initiatives played by way of the neural networks are actual and important. The contributions are from best researchers in neural networks and, as an entire, offer a balanced insurance throughout a number of program parts and algorithms. The ebook is split into 3 sections. part A is an creation to neural networks for nonspecialists. part B seems to be at examples of functions utilizing `Supervised Training'. part C provides a few examples of `Unsupervised Training'.
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For example, the tree is constructed so that its nodes only represent geometrically valid entries. Spatial pruning is a rule-based operation. However, it has also been implemented as a Boltzmann machine . Temporal Pruning The occurrence of images containing no valid triples indicates the presence of one or more false rejections. The spatial pruning algorithm can therefore be used as a method of detecting false negatives. When false negatives are detected in one frame of a sequence, data from previous frames can be used to estimate the position of rejected feature points, and to allow some 'spatio-temporal' pruning.
Return to (RL_2) The result is a form of "random walk" in weight space, modulated by the reinforcement signals (or otherwise) from the teacher, or "critic". Other reinforcement learning schemes - such as[21, 22] for example, are more complex, but all incorporate an element of randomness in order that the 24 solution space can be explored until a satisfactory solution is found. The reinforcement learning technique has found applications in several areas, but particularly in tasks where, by their very nature, the task involves an element of trial-and-error.
For each low resolution image there are 144 MLP input window positions, corresponding to 143 background vectors and 1 feature vector. This is calculated from the expression for the total number of scannable positions, W, in an image. 3%. This problem is avoided by presenting the two classes of pattern vector in a 1:1 ratio; each time a background 40 vector is presented to the MLP it is followed by the feature vector from the same image. (3) Selective training Because of the need to ensure that all feature vectors are detected, whilst minimising the number of background vectors that result in false positives, a selective training procedure was used.