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Title: Neural Network Associative Memories and Input Space With Non-Orthonormal Basis
Authors: Suarez, Joel
Keywords: Computing Methodologies sub_subject: General Computing Methodologies sub_subject: Image Processing and Computer Vision Computing Methodologies sub_subject: Pattern Recognition Association, Basis, Neural network, Perfect matching
Issue Date: 26-Jul-2002
Publisher: Universidad Autnoma de Hidalgo; Centro de Investigacin en Tecnologas de Informacin y Sistemas
Abstract: Based in theoretical considerations only, this paper addresses the problem of getting rid cross-talk terms en the final recalling of an autoassociative neural network when input patterns belong to a subspace embedded into the whole input pattern space. One of the methods obtained also considers optimization in matrix weight size, at the expense of redefining the weight matrix, the activation function and the output space
Other Identifiers: 280
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