Multi-valued and Universal Binary Neurons: Learning Algorithms, Application to Image Processing and Recognition
Multi-valued and universal binary neurons (MVN and UBN) are the neural processing elements with complex-valued weights and high functionality. It is possible to implement an arbitrary mapping described by partial-defined multiple-valued function on the single MVN and an arbitrary mapping described by partial-defined or fully-defined Boolean function (which can be not threshold) on the single UBN. The fast-converged learning algorithms are existing for both types of neurons. Such features of the MVN and UBN may be used for solution of the different kinds of problems. One of the most successful applications of the MVN and UBN is their usage as basic neurons in the Cellular Neural Networks (CNN) for solution of the image processing and image analysis problems. Another effective application of the MVN is their use as the basic neurons in the neural networks oriented to the image recognition.
KeywordsBoolean Function Learning Rule Image Recognition Cellular Neural Network Spectral Coefficient
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