Neural Fuzzy Systems
by Robert Fuller
Publisher: Abo Akademi University 1995
Number of pages: 348
This text covers inference mechanisms in fuzzy expert systems, learning rules of feedforward multi-layer supervised neural networks, Kohonen's unsupervised learning algorithm for classification of input patterns, and the basic principles of fuzzy neural hybrid systems.
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