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SHES 2402 ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS TUTORIAL 2 1. Sketch a McCulloch-Pitts neuron model with three input units and a single output unit; label the units appropriately. The inputs are given by x = (0.5, 1, 2); with connection weights w = (1, −1, 1). If the activation function is an indicator function with threshold value 1.2, determine the network’s output. 3. We can combine diﬀerent MP models together to model more complex cases. Combine two MP models, each with three input units and a single output unit

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TUTORIAL 2

single output unit; label the units appropriately. The inputs are given by

x = (0.5, 1, 2);

w = (1, −1, 1).

If the activation function is an indicator function with threshold value 1.2,

determine the network’s output.

cases. Combine two MP models, each with three input units and a single

output unit (as in Problem 1), into a larger network with a single final output

unit. Then, using the same parameters in Problem 1 for both MP models,

determine the network’s output if the threshold value is 3.

the input (5, 10, 1) is known to be classified as type 1. To train a sim-

ple perceptron to recognise this classification (it should “fire” when given

this input), we update the connection weights in Problem 1 using the error-

correction learning rule. Let the connection weights and threshold value be

given as in Problem 1, and η = 0.5. Show that after a single update, the per-

ceptron is able to correctly classify (5,10,1), with updated connection weights

given by

wupdated = (1.5, −0.5, 1.5).

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4. Suppose we train a Hopfield network to recognise the following three

patterns.

Let 1 represent a grey cell, and -1 a white cell. Represent all patterns in the

form of a vector of 1 and -1 values (i π for i = 1, 2, 3), and then write them

down as the matrix, 1

π

Π = 2π .

3

π

Calculate the connection weights obtained from Hebbian learning using the

fact that

1

wij = × (ith column of Π)T (jth column of Π).

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