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IEEE WESCANEX 93 Communications, Computers and Power in the Modern Environment - Conference Proceedings
university of Saskatchewan, saskatoon, Cnnnnn. SRI ow0 , ABSTRACT The purpose of this papa is to provide an overview of neural network s t r u c~r e s used for system identification and control. Due to the complexity and diversity of the Propemes of biological neurons, the task of compressing their complicated characteristics into a model is extremely difficult. Towards this goal, an artificial neuron, also called a 'unit', was developed which receives its inputs from a number of other neuronsdoi:10.1109/wescan.1993.270588 fatcat:l4qvwbxfvfd65pwqzprg4wsxuy