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Fundamentals of neural networks. NEUROCOMPUTINC ELSEVIER Neurocomputing 10 () Book reviews Material to be included in this section can. Main text: Fundamentals of Neural. Networks: Architectures, Algorithms, and. Applications, Laurene Fausett, Prentice-. Hall, • Supplementary Material. systematic study of the artificial neural network. Four years later The interest in neural networks comes from the networks' ability to mimic Chapter 2 − Fundamentals of NN Fausett, L., Fundamentals of Neural Networks, Prentice- Hall.
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The material in each chapter is largely independent, SO that the chapters after the first chapter may be used in almost any order desired. The McCulloch-Pitts neuron discussed at the end of Chapter 1 provides a simple example of an early neural net. Single layer nets for pattern classification and pattern association, covered in chapters 2 and 3, are two of the earliest ap- plications of neural networks with adaptive weights. More complex networks, discussed in later chapters, are also used for these types of problems, as well as for more general mapping problems.
Chapter 6, backpropagation, can logically follow chapter 2, although the networks in chapters are somewhat simpler in structure. Chapters 4 and 5 treat networks for clustering problems and mapping networks that are based on these clustering networks.
Chapter 7 presents a few of the most widely used of the many other neural networks, including two for constrained optimization problems.
Algorithms, rather than computer codes, are provided to encourage the reader to develop a thorough understanding of the mechanisms of training and applying the neural network, rather than fostering the more superficial familiarity that sometimes results from using completely developed software packages.
For many applications, the formulation of the problem for solution by a neural network and choice of an appropriate network requires the detailed understanding of the networks that cornes from performing both hand calculations and developing com- puter codes for extremely simple examples.
Acknowledgments Many people have helped to make this book a reality. My thanks go also to my colleagues for stimulating discussions and en- couragement, especially Harold K. My students have assisted in the development of this book in many ways; several of the examples are based on student work.
John Karp provided the results for Example 4. Judith Lipofsky did Examples 4.
Fred Parker obtained the results shown in Examples 4. Joseph Oslakovic performed the computations for several of the ex- amples in Chapter 5.
Laurie Walker assisted in the development of the backpro- pagation program for several of the examples in Chapter 6; Ti-Cheng Shih did the computations for Example 6. Several of the network architecture diagrams are adapted from the original publications as referenced in the text.
The spanning tree test data Figures 4. The illus- trations of modified Hebbian learning have been adapted from the original pub- xv lications: Figure 7. Figure 7. Several of the figures for the neocognitron are adapted from Fukushima, et al.