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7. Different artiﬁcial neural network architectures. Activity 9 This activity will help you visualise a RBF network. ch/mantra/tutorial/english/rbf/html/ The page contains a Java applet which demonstrates some function approximation capabilities of a RBF network Follow the instructions on the web page. Activity 10 This activity provides you with a second opportunity to work with a RBF network. com/products/demos/nnettlbx/radial/ This is a series of illustrations showing how a neural network toolbox can be used to approximate a function.
A desirable additional characteristic, which many would consider fundamental, is the capability of the system, on demand, to justify its own line of reasoning in a manner directly intelligible to an enquirer. The style adopted to attain these characteristics is rule based programming. We can see from this deﬁnition the main characteristics of an expert system. We can see that an expert system uses knowledge, and therefore must have some way of storing this knowledge. , some way of processing knowledge to reach a conclusion.
Humans are very good at inferring conclusions from limited amounts of data while computers tend to excel at problems where a large number of repetitive or similar operations are required. Computers are built with many millions of individual switches within a single processor. They can perform millions of operations per second and, assuming that there is no hardware failure, they can carry out these operations with absolute mathematical precision. In contrast, a human brain has about 10 billion neurons.