Network Pattern Processors
Imagine a hypothetical being — let us use the name Ω — living in an environment or microworld from which it receives sensory inputs. The pattern structure that Ω is confronted by is assumed unknown to start with and Ω will try to infer it as time goes on. In this chapter, we shall study one type of pattern processor constructed as a network of simple units. Our goal will be to find out how such a processor can be capable of pattern inference, to what extent this holds, and we shall look into both the normal and pathological operation of the network processor.
KeywordsExperience Operator Learn Network Initial Network Binary Feature Sensory Space
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