Career As a Physicist: Studying How the Universe Works and by Institute For Career Research Staff

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The initial static state ~(1) is zero, that is, ~(A0 + B0 + c ) = ~(e) = 0 . There are also two output processors, which also take the role of d a t a and validation lines and are denoted On(t) and O~(t), respectively. The convention of using two input lines allows us to have all be binary; of course m a n y other conventions are possible and to the same results, for instance, one could use a three-valued values { - 1 , 0, 1}, where "0" indicates that no signal is present, two possible binary input values.

Networks are able to approximate input-output mapping, to learn from examples, and to adapt to new environments. The networks are thus of great use as automatic learning tools and as adaptive and optimal controllers. Much effort has been directed towards practical applications, including, for example, those for explosion detection in airport security, signature verification, and financial and medical time-series prediction [24, 39, 38]). The networks also are popular in applications to vision, speech processing, robotics, signal processing, and many other fields (see [12],[35],[21],[28]).

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