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By Darryl Charles, Colin Fyfe, Daniel Livingstone, Stephen Mcglinchey

ISBN-10: 1591406463

ISBN-13: 9781591406464

ISBN-10: 159140648X

ISBN-13: 9781591406488

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There are easily numerous blunders, typos and blunders in the course of the textual content. so much PAGES have or 3 mistakes. i'm dumb-struck at how this publication made it to booklet during this form.
The blunders take all forms
- typos, in most cases the kind which go a spell-check,
- equation errors,
- equation numbering,
- flawed fonts,
- determine labeling.

Hopefully there'll be a moment version the place those error might be corrected and the subject material is taken care of because it merits to be, yet this variation may be refrained from.

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You may see that we have a problem—the credit assignment problem (a term first used in by Marvin Minsky in 1961)—in that we must decide how much effect each weight in the first layer of weights has on the final output of the network. This assignment is the core result of the backprop (backpropagation of errors) method. We may have any number of hidden layers we wish since the method is quite general, however, the limiting factor is usually training time which can be excessive for many-layered networks.

Consider a one output-neuron network and assume that the Hebb learning process does cause convergence to a stable direction, w*; then if wk is the weight vector linking xk to y, 0 = ∆wi∗ = yxi = ∑w x x j j j i = ∑ Rij w j (1) j where the angled brackets indicate the expected value taken over the whole distribution and R is the correlation matrix of the distribution. Now this happens for all i, so Rw* = 0. Now the correlation matrix, R, is a symmetric, positive semidefinite matrix and so all its eigenvalues are non-negative.

If our learning rate is too large, we will find that the error is decreasing and increasing haphazardly. > 0 = -bη, This schedule may be thought of as increasing the learning rate if it seems that we are consistently going in the correct direction but decreasing the learning rate if we have to change direction sometimes. Notice however that such a method implicitly requires a separate learning parameter for each weight. The Number of Hidden Neurons The number of hidden nodes has a particularly large effect on the generalisation capability of the network: networks with too many weights (too many degrees of freedom) will tend to memorise the data; networks with too few will be unable to perform the task allocated to it.

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