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Neural Networks

Neural Networks

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Published by: Deepak Rathore on Oct 18, 2010
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INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION
Artificial neural network is a graph like structure developedartificially to be automated.McCulloch and Pitts were credited with the development of firstartificial neural network.Other scientists who contributed in this field were:-Asbhy (1952)Minsky (1954)Minsky and Selfridge (1961)Block (1962)Rosenblatt (1962)
 
ANALOGY TO THE BRAINANALOGY TO THE BRAIN
The neural network rather receives the inspiration fromthe known facts about the functioning of brain instead of duplicating them.The emphasis is given on ‘brain metaphor' rather on‘digital computing metaphor’.Thus new neural networks are dubbed connectionistsystem.

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