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Communications in Computer and Information Science
Designing a feed-forward neural network with optimal topology in terms of complexity (hidden layer nodes and connections between nodes) and training performance has been a matter of considerable concern since the very beginning of neural networks research. Typically, this issue is dealt with by pruning a fully interconnected network with "many" nodes in the hidden layers, eliminating "superfluous" connections and nodes. However the problem has not been solved yet and it seems to be even moredoi:10.1007/978-3-642-32909-8_30 fatcat:pc64552wn5fnpjojsiqletiqvi