Pattern Recognition in a Bucket

@inproceedings{Fernando2003PatternRI,
  title={Pattern Recognition in a Bucket},
  author={Chrisantha Fernando and Sampsa Sojakka},
  booktitle={ECAL},
  year={2003}
}
This paper demonstrates that the waves produced on the surface of water can be used as the medium for a “Liquid State Machine” that pre-processes inputs so allowing a simple perceptron to solve the XOR problem and undertake speech recognition. Interference between waves allows non-linear parallel computation upon simultaneous sensory inputs. Temporal patterns of stimulation are converted to spatial patterns of water waves upon which a linear discrimination can be made. Whereas Wolfgang Maass… CONTINUE READING

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