Category Archives: Nonlinear recurrence

Nonlinear Recurrent Connections

Unusually for me, I’ve usually agreed with the choice of linear circuits; especially when applied to practical stuff.  Noise, chaotic behavior, phase distortion  – there’s a long list of reasons guiding designers away from a nonlinear approach in many diverse domains.  But I could never relate … Continue reading

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Ensembles and Architectures

I recall an epiphany about neural networks I had years back while developing a new system: ensembles of neural networks with highly dissimilar training paradigms can be superior, sometimes vastly so, in learning a set of training data when compared to … Continue reading

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