# Approximation capabilities of adaptive spline neural networks

@article{Vecci1997ApproximationCO, title={Approximation capabilities of adaptive spline neural networks}, author={Lorenzo Vecci and Paolo Campolucci and Francesco Piazza and Aurelio Uncini}, journal={Proceedings of International Conference on Neural Networks (ICNN'97)}, year={1997}, volume={1}, pages={260-265 vol.1} }

In this paper, we study the properties of neural networks based on adaptive spline activation functions. Using the results of regularization theory, we show how the proposed architecture is able to produce smooth approximations of unknown functions; to reduce hardware complexity a particular implementation of the kernels expected by the theory is suggested. This solution, although sub-optimal, greatly reduces the number of neurons and connections as it gives an increased expressive power to… CONTINUE READING

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