# An integral formula for Heaviside neural networks

@inproceedings{Kainen2004AnIF, title={An integral formula for Heaviside neural networks}, author={Paul C. Kainen}, year={2004} }

- Published 2004

A connection is investigated between integral formulas and neural networks based on the Heaviside function. The integral formula developed by Kůrková, Kainen and Kreinovich is derived in a new way for odd dimensions and extended to even dimensions. In particular, it is shown that well-behaved functions of d variables can be represented by integral combinations of Heavisides with weights depending on higher derivatives.

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