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Data Flow Design for the Backpropagation Algorithm

@inproceedings{Liou2002DataFD,
  title={Data Flow Design for the Backpropagation Algorithm},
  author={Cheng-Yuan Liou and Yen-Ting Kuo},
  year={2002}
}
We report a data flow [1] design for the multilayer network. Both back-propagation(BP) [2] learning and feedforward computing are constructed with a single basic module where each neuron is regarded as a module. This design can be extended to various networks [3][4] . 

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