by Milan Hajek
Publisher: University of KwaZulu-Natal 2005
Number of pages: 114
Contents: Introduction; Learning process; Perceptron; Back-propagation networks; The Hopfield network; Self-organizing feature maps; Temporal processing with neural networks; Radial-basis function networks; Adaline (Adaptive Linear System).
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