Single layer Neural Networks

History of the neural network analogy
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In the brain, ad-lib adjustment appears to appear out of decentralized networks of simple units (neurons).
Neural arrangement access has served both to added good analyze how the neurons in the academician action and to accommodate the abject for efforts to actualize bogus intelligence. The basal abstruse abject for abreast neural networks was apart proposed by Alexander Bain3 (1873) and William James4 (1890). In their work, both thoughts and anatomy action resulted from interactions amid neurons aural the brain.
For Bain, 3 every action led to the battlefront of a assertive set of neurons. When activities were repeated, the access amid those neurons strengthened. According to his theory, this alliteration was what led to the accumulation of memory. The accepted accurate association at the time was agnostic of Bain’s3 access because it adapted what appeared to be an disproportionate cardinal of neural access aural the brain. It is now credible that the academician is awfully circuitous and that the aforementioned academician “wiring” can handle assorted problems and inputs.
James’s4 access was agnate to Bain’s, 3 however, he adapted that memories and accomplishments resulted from electrical currents abounding amid the neurons

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