In connection with some problems that arise in the study of neural networks random matrices are considered and the probability for them to have certain rank is investigated. Two models are studied in a simple-minded approach to problems of this type.
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de Luca, A., Ricciardi, L.M. & Vasudevan, R. Random matrices and neural networks. Kybernetik 6, 163–167 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00273960
- Neural Network
- Random Matrice