Understanding simple neural networksl by Martyn Polkinghorne

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Published by Plymouth Teaching Company Centre in Plymouth .

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  • Neural networks (Computer science)

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Statementauthor & series editor Martyn Polkinghorne.
SeriesTechnology awareness series -- v.2, Distance learning tutorial training manual
ContributionsUniversity of Plymouth. Plymouth Teaching Company Centre.
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Paginationv,33leaves :
Number of Pages33
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Open LibraryOL21254395M
ISBN 100905227913
OCLC/WorldCa44737138

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