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Implementation of a language driven Backpropagation algorithm

  title={Implementation of a language driven Backpropagation algorithm},
  author={Ioan Valeriu Grossu and C. I. Ciuluvica},
  journal={arXiv: Neural and Evolutionary Computing},
  • I. GrossuC. Ciuluvica
  • Published 22 September 2013
  • Computer Science
  • arXiv: Neural and Evolutionary Computing
Inspired by the importance of both communication and feedback on errors in human learning, our main goal was to implement a similar mechanism in supervised learning of artificial neural networks. The starting point in our study was the observation that words should accompany the input vectors included in the training set, thus extending the ANN input space. This had as consequence the necessity to take into consideration a modified sigmoid activation function for neurons in the first hidden… 



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