Does the Neuron "Learn" Like the Synapse?

@inproceedings{Tawel1988DoesTN,
  title={Does the Neuron "Learn" Like the Synapse?},
  author={Raoul Tawel},
  booktitle={NIPS},
  year={1988}
}
An improved learning paradigm that offers a significant reduction in computation time during the supervised learning phase is described. It is based on extending the role that the neuron plays in artificial neural systems. Prior work has regarded the neuron as a strictly passive, non-linear processing element, and the synapse on the other hand as the primary source of information processing and knowledge retention. In this work, the role of the neuron is extended insofar as allowing its… CONTINUE READING
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