VARIATIONS ON ADAPTIVE RESONANCE.

T. W. Ryan, C Larrabee Winter

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Abstract

In the process of implementing adaptive resonance circuits (ARCs) for a particular application, the authors have previously considered several circuit modifications and alternative processing conditions. They report here on some of these variations. First they examine an adaptive thresholding technique that prevents inadvertent encoding of recognition nodes which can occur when novel patterns are presented. Next, they consider the behavior of an ARC when patterns are iteratively presented for relatively short periods of time. Finally, they discuss the case of continuous ARC operation in which 'neural' activity is not reinitialized with each pattern presentation. The adaptive thresholding technique provides a novel clustering algorithm applicable to both binary and multilevel data.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
EditorsMaureen Caudill, Charles T. Butler, San Diego Adaptics
PublisherSOS Printing
StatePublished - 1987
Externally publishedYes

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Circuit resonance
Clustering algorithms
Networks (circuits)
Processing

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Ryan, T. W., & Winter, C. L. (1987). VARIATIONS ON ADAPTIVE RESONANCE. In M. Caudill, C. T. Butler, & S. D. Adaptics (Eds.), Unknown Host Publication Title SOS Printing.

VARIATIONS ON ADAPTIVE RESONANCE. / Ryan, T. W.; Winter, C Larrabee.

Unknown Host Publication Title. ed. / Maureen Caudill; Charles T. Butler; San Diego Adaptics. SOS Printing, 1987.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Ryan, TW & Winter, CL 1987, VARIATIONS ON ADAPTIVE RESONANCE. in M Caudill, CT Butler & SD Adaptics (eds), Unknown Host Publication Title. SOS Printing.
Ryan TW, Winter CL. VARIATIONS ON ADAPTIVE RESONANCE. In Caudill M, Butler CT, Adaptics SD, editors, Unknown Host Publication Title. SOS Printing. 1987
Ryan, T. W. ; Winter, C Larrabee. / VARIATIONS ON ADAPTIVE RESONANCE. Unknown Host Publication Title. editor / Maureen Caudill ; Charles T. Butler ; San Diego Adaptics. SOS Printing, 1987.
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