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Neural Networks for Electronics Hobbyists: A Non-Technical Project-Based Introduction by Richard McKeon

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© Richard McKeon 2018
Richard McKeonNeural Networks for Electronics Hobbyistshttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3507-2_6

6. Training on Other Functions

Richard McKeon
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Prescott, Arizona, USA
 
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We have seen how our three-layer network can perform the XOR function. In this chapter, we will train the same network to perform a few other tasks of pattern recognition by simply adjusting its connection weights. Figure 6-1 shows the truth tables for several important logic functions. Let’s try training our network on a few of them.
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Figure 6-1
Common logic ...

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