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Learning in networks of structured hypercubes.

Kevin Gurney

Learning in networks of structured hypercubes.

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Published by Brunel University in Uxbridge .
Written in English


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ContributionsBrunel University. Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics.
The Physical Object
Pagination193p. :
Number of Pages193
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19717129M

In this review, we describe current Machine Learning approaches to hand gesture recognition with depth data from time-of-flight sensors. In particular, we summarise the achievements on a line of research at the Computational Neuroscience laboratory at the Ruhr West University of Applied Sciences. Relating our results to the work of others in this field, we confirm that Convolutional Neural Cited by: 7. Kirner C Design of a recursively structured parallel computer Proceedings of the 17th conference on ACM Annual Computer Science Conference, () Jang J, Choi S and Cho W A new approach to processor allocation and task migration in an N-cube multiprocessor Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE conference on Supercomputing, (). called graph neural network (GNN), which can be used to process-structured data inputs, e.g., acyclic graphs, cyclic graphs, and directed or undirected graphs. This class of neural networks implements a function tau(G, n) isinR mthat maps a graphG and one of its Cited by:


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Learning in networks of structured hypercubes Miscellaneous Gurney, K. This thesis is an investigation into neural networks whose units are defined by a set of values at the corners of a hypercube; this includes the Boolean functions as a special case.

Properly build hypercubes are easy to render because you can use the [Axis], the concepts, the [Domain]s, and the [Member]s to help in the rendering process. Frankly, there is really little need (i.e. no need) for both networks and hypercubes to have semantics.

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