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AbstractRadial basis function networks (RBFNs) have gained widespread appeal amongst researchers and have shown good performance in a variety of application domains. They have potential for hybridization and demonstrate some interesting emergent behaviors. This paper aims to offer a compendious and sensible survey on RBF networks. The advantages they offer, such as fast training and global approximation capability with local responses, are attracting many researchers to use them in diversifieddoi:10.1515/comp-2016-0005 fatcat:wm2ik77fi5ca7hbq66ssrnssr4