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Artificial neural networks

A brief introduction
  • Jitendra R. Raol
  • Sunilkumar S. Mankame
General Article


Artificial neural networks are ‘biologically’ inspired networks. They have the ability to learn from empirical data/ information. They find use in computer science and control engineering fields.


Artificial Neural Network Hide Layer Source Node Recurrent Neural Network Feed Forward Network 
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Suggested Reading

  1. J M Zurada. Introduction to Artificial Neural Systems. West Publishing Company, New York. 1992.Google Scholar
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  4. R C Eberhart and R W Dobbins. Neural Network PC Took — A Practical Guide. Academic Press Inc., New York. 1992.Google Scholar

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© Indian Academy of Sciences 1996

Authors and Affiliations

  • Jitendra R. Raol
    • 1
  • Sunilkumar S. Mankame
    • 1
  1. 1.Flight Mechanics and Control DivisionNational Aerospace LaboratoriesBangaloreIndia

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