Neural networks a systematic introduction a book by raul rojas foreword by jerome feldman springer verlag berlin new york 1996 502 p350 illustrations. The book is a good compendium of information on neural networks but seems to lack cohesion in that many topics are presented but without any unifying theme yes there is a lot of information to know on neural networks but this introduction seems less than systematic. Neural networks are a computing paradigm that is finding increasing attention among computer scientists in this book theoretical laws and models previously scattered in the literature are brought together into a general theory of artificial neural nets. Artificial neural networks are an alternative computational paradigm with roots in neurobiology which has attracted increasing interest in recent years this book is a comprehensive introduction to the topic that stresses the systematic development of the underlying theory. Neural networks a systematic introduction by raul rojas publisher springer 1996 isbn asin 3540605053 isbn 13 9783540605058 number of pages 509 description theoretical laws and models scattered in the literature are brought together in this book into a general theory of artificial neural nets
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