adaptive resonance theory network: ART

netwerk gebaseerd op de theorie van de adaptieve resonantie

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  • Adaptive Resonance Theory — (ART) bedeutet übersetzt anpassungsfähige Resonanz Theorie. ART ist ein Architekturkonzept für neuronale Netze und wurde von Stephen Grossberg und Gail A. Carpenter entwickelt. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Grundlegende Struktur 2 Klassifizierung 3… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Adaptive resonance theory — (ART) is a neural network architecture developed by Stephen Grossberg and Gail Carpenter. Learning model The basic ART system is an unsupervised learning model. It typically consists of a comparison field and a recognition field composed of… …   Wikipedia

  • Adaptive Resonanztheorie — Adaptive Resonance Theory (ART) bedeutet übersetzt anpassungsfähige Resonanz Theorie. ART ist ein Architekturkonzept für neuronale Netze und wurde von Stephen Grossberg und Gail A. Carpenter entwickelt. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Grundlegende Struktur… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • ART (RNA) — ART son las siglas en inglés de Teoría de la Resonancia Adaptativa (Adaptive Resonance Theory), desarrollada por Stephen Grossberg y Gail Carpenter. Es un modelo de red neuronal artificial que basa su funcionamiento en la manera en que el cerebro …   Wikipedia Español

  • ART — is a three letter acronym that can mean:Medicine* Antiretroviral therapy. It is used in the treatment of HIV infection. * assisted reproductive technology * Androgen Replacement TherapyART Acronyms and Definitions* Available Revenue Time *… …   Wikipedia

  • Neural network — For other uses, see Neural network (disambiguation). Simplified view of a feedforward artificial neural network The term neural network was traditionally used to refer to a network or circuit of biological neurons.[1] The modern usage of the term …   Wikipedia

  • Artmap — Adaptive Resonance Theory (ART) bedeutet übersetzt anpassungsfähige Resonanz Theorie. ART ist ein Architekturkonzept für neuronale Netze und wurde von Stephen Grossberg und Gail A. Carpenter entwickelt. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Grundlegende Struktur… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Stephen Grossberg — [http://www.cns.bu.edu/Profiles/Grossberg] is a cognitive scientist, neuroscientist, biomedical engineer, mathematician, and neuromorphic technologist. He is the Wang Professor of Cognitive and Neural Systems and a Professor of Mathematics,… …   Wikipedia

  • Gail Carpenter — is a cognitive scientist, neuroscientist and mathematician. She is a Professor of Cognitive and Neural Systems and a Professor of Mathematics at Boston University. Adaptive resonance theoryTogether with Stephen Grossberg and their students and… …   Wikipedia

  • Unsupervised learning — In machine learning, unsupervised learning is a class of problems in which one seeks to determine how the data are organised. It is distinguished from supervised learning (and reinforcement learning) in that there are only inputs, and no… …   Wikipedia

  • Massimiliano Versace — (born in Monfalcone, Italy, December 21, 1972) is a senior research scientist in the Neuromorphics Lab at Boston University in the Department of Cognitive and Neural Systems, where he founded and is currently the director of the Neuromorphics Lab …   Wikipedia

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