feed-forward


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feed-forward

A multi-layer perceptron network in which the outputs from all neurons (see McCulloch-Pitts) go to following but not preceding layers, so there are no feedback loops.
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Thanks to Dual Noise Sensor Technology, one feed-forward microphone and one feed-back microphone on the surface of the headphones catch more of the ambient sound around you.
The WF-1000XM3 features two microphones -one feed-forward and one feed-back- on the surface of each headphone.
A comparison of feed-forward back-propagation and radial basis artificial neural networks: A Monte Carlo study," Proceedings 2010 International Symposium on Information Technology, 2: 994-998, 2010.
After feeding the data in, the nodes in the network calculate weights and feed-forward into more nodes.
It is a "class of deep, feed-forward artificial neural network most commonly applied to analyzing visual imagery".
In [28], a feed-forward DNN is used as a bottleneck feature extractor for age identification.
By depending on the disposition of neurons and the composition of the layers, the architectures of the ANN is classified as recurrent NN, single-layer feed-forward NN, and multilayer feed-forward NN [48].
Conair notes it can maintain dosing accuracy of 0.025% for the total batch dispensed, thanks to its "feed-forward" dosing algorithm.
Adopt a feed-forward attitude to evaluating performance, focusing on lessons-learned and what can be done differently.
The module of feed-forward control is added based on the traditional FOC of PMSM.
Feed-forward information: Students were encouraged to discuss what the issues are and the strategies they have in place.