Discrete Recurrent Neural Networks
Part of the Network Theory and Applications book series (NETA, volume 13)
Generally, a discrete time RNN can be described by the difference system model
where x ∈ R n , F : R n → R n is a mapping which can be bounded or unbounded. By suitably selecting the mapping F in (8.1), various classes of discrete RNNs can be obtained.
$$ x(k + 1) = F(x(k)) $$
KeywordsEquilibrium Point Convergence Analysis Recurrent Neural Network Cellular Neural Network Complete Convergence
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