Synthesis of Adaptive Logical Networks on the Basis of Zhegalkin Polynomials
The authors consider the problem of adaptation of a logical network composed of universal logical elements to the solution of the problem of classification of input sets of binary vectors. The adaptation consists of determining types of logical functions for composite components of the logical network by representing it in the form of a polynomial whose coefficients are specified by a Hadamard matrix or a Zhegalkin polynomial.
Keywordsadaptation Boolean function universal logical element polynomial
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