Simple Single Neural Net in Pattern Classification Hebbian and Perceptron Rule - A Review
This review paper introduces the basic concepts of pattern recognition, the underlying system architecture and provides the understanding of various research models and related algorithms for pattern classification. In this paper, we discuss three methods of training a simple, single layer neural network for pattern classification: the hebb rule, the perceptron rule. We conclude the paper with comparison of the two nets .The process of recognizing patterns and classifying data accordingly has been gaining interest from a long time and human beings have developed highly sophisticated skills for sensing from their environment and take actions according to what they observe.
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This project was supported by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ISCR Agreement B291528, and by the McDonnell-Pew Center for Cognitive Neuroscience at San Diego. References
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