Self-Organizing Map Formation

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Self-Organizing Map Formation

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Contributions Klaus Obermayer (Editor)
Terrence J. Sejnowski (Editor)
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First Sentence Linsker (1986, 1988) has studied by simulation the evolution of weight vectors under a Hebb-type teacherless learning rule in a feedforward linear network.
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Number Of Pages 415
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Physical Dimensions 8.7 x 5.9 x 0.8 inches
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Publish Date October 1, 2001
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Publishers The MIT Press
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Subjects General Theory of Computing
Neural Networks
Mathematical Statistics
Neural Computing
Computers - General Information
Computer Books: General
Medical / Neuroscience
Probability & Statistics - General
Neural computers
Neural networks (Computer scie
Neural networks (Computer science)
Self-organizing maps
Subtitle Foundations of Neural Computation (Computational Neuroscience)
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Self-Organizing Map Formation
Authors Klaus Obermayer
Terrence Joseph Sejnowski
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Categories Computers
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Description This book provides an overview of self-organizing map formation, including recent developments. Self-organizing maps form a branch of unsupervised learning, which is the study of what can be determined about the statistical properties of input data without explicit feedback from a teacher. The articles are drawn from the journal Neural Computation.The book consists of five sections. The first section looks at attempts to model the organization of cortical maps and at the theory and applications of the related artificial neural network algorithms. The second section analyzes topographic maps and their formation via objective functions. The third section discusses cortical maps of stimulus features. The fourth section discusses self-organizing maps for unsupervised data analysis. The fifth section discusses extensions of self-organizing maps, including two surprising applications of mapping algorithms to standard computer science problems: combinatorial optimization and sorting.Contributors J. J. Atick, H. G. Barrow, H. U. Bauer, C. M. Bishop, H. J. Bray, J. Bruske, J. M. L. Budd, M. Budinich, V. Cherkassky, J. Cowan, R. Durbin, E. Erwin, G. J. Goodhill, T. Graepel, D. Grier, S. Kaski, T. Kohonen, H. Lappalainen, Z. Li, J. Lin, R. Linsker, S. P. Luttrell, D. J. C. MacKay, K. D. Miller, G. Mitchison, F. Mulier, K. Obermayer, C. Piepenbrock, H. Ritter, K. Schulten, T. J. Sejnowski, S. Smirnakis, G. Sommer, M. Svensen, R. Szeliski, A. Utsugi, C. K. I. Williams, L. Wiskott, L. Xu, A. Yuille, J. Zhang.
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Page Count 440
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Published Date 2001
Publisher MIT Press
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Subtitle Foundations of Neural Computation
Title Self-organizing Map Formation

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