Vitality of Neural Networks under Reoccurring Catastrophic Failures

@inproceedings{Sardi2016VitalityON,
  title={Vitality of Neural Networks under Reoccurring Catastrophic Failures},
  author={Shira Sardi and Amir Goldental and Hamutal Amir and Roni Vardi and Ido Kanter},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
Catastrophic failures are complete and sudden collapses in the activity of large networks such as economics, electrical power grids and computer networks, which typically require a manual recovery process. Here we experimentally show that excitatory neural networks are governed by a non-Poissonian reoccurrence of catastrophic failures, where their repetition time follows a multimodal distribution characterized by a few tenths of a second and tens of seconds timescales. The mechanism underlying… CONTINUE READING
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