hyperbolic tangent


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hyperbolic tangent

[¦hī·pər¦bäl·ik ′tan·jənt]
(mathematics)
A function whose value is equal to the value of the hyperbolic sine divided by the value of the hyperbolic cosine. Abbreviated tanh.
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There are one or two parameter of NAMSER equalize[omega]r is defaulted as 1000 which control hyperbolic tangent, the antennas for uplink transmission, and three or two hundred fifty six antennas at receiver.
It is evident from Figures 3 and 4 that the asymmetric hyperbolic tangent function provides a simple and robust model for cumulative hyetographs.
The common activation functions are identity, softmax, Hyperbolic tangent and sigmoid (table 4).
As mentioned above, the logistic hyperbolic tangent transfer function was used in this study.
The cumulative distribution curve of the displacement efficiency at the time of taking out the core of the well and the cumulative probability distribution curve of the displacement efficiency under the residual oil saturation are fitted by using the method of this paper to obtain the hyperbolic tangent function for the cumulative distribution curve of the displacement efficiency at the time of taking out the core of the well and the cumulative probability distribution curve of the displacement efficiency under the residual oil saturation:
The DBTT can also be determined from the hyperbolic tangent fitting function from Equation 1.
The PWL approximation of hyperbolic tangent with 256 linear sections provides a maximum error of 0.002 % using 32 bit arithmetic [7].
In the experiments, the MLP with one hidden layer and [N.sub.n] neurons in the hidden layer with hyperbolic tangent sigmoid transfer function is used for classification purpose and membership value calculation.
--The types of activation functions from the hidden layer: logistic sigmoid and hyperbolic tangent sigmoid;
Furthermore, the possible singularity which may be caused by the appearance of the reciprocal of tracking error is avoided by employing the hyperbolic tangent function.