When is approximation by Gaussian networks necessarily a linear process?

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Let s > or = 1 be an integer. A Gaussian network is a function on Rs of the form [Formula: see text]. The minimal separation among the centers, defined by (1/2) min(1 < or = j not = k < or = N) [Formula: see text], is an important characteristic of the network that determines the stability of interpolation by Gaussian networks, the degree of approximation… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.neunet.2004.04.001

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