Neural Network



An artificial neural network (ANN), sometimes called a “neural network” or “connectionist system”, is a computational approach to learning based on a model of biological neural networks. ANNs can be applied to problems slightly differently than traditional programming: an algorithm is “trained” and can in the process “learn” to provide answers from a set of data, rather than being directly provided with the instructions to generate the correct answers. Generally, feedback from accurate results is used during the training process to automatically modify the parameters (weights and biases) in the ANN.



    Neural networks are widely used in automatic identification and classification, remote sensing data analysis, medical image processing, machine translation, stock market forecasting and so on.


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