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Solving four-coloring map problems using strictly digital neural networks

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3 Author(s)
Murakami, K. ; Dept. of Inf. & Control Eng., Toyota Technol. Inst., Nagoya, Japan ; Nakagawa, T. ; Kitagawa, H.

A parallel algorithm with SDNNs (strictly digital neural networks) for solving four-coloring problems on combinatorial optimization problems is presented. This problem was defined as a set selection problem with the k-out-of-n design rule and was solved efficiently by an SDNN software simulator with the parallel algorithm. Solving this large problem with a sequential algorithm takes several hours. The simulation results of SDNN show that four-colour map problems can be solved not only within O(n) in parallel convergence but also O(n2) in sequential simulation, where n is the number of regions. A comparison with two other algorithms shows the efficiency of the SDNN algorithm

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Neural Networks, 1991. 1991 IEEE International Joint Conference on

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18-21 Nov 1991

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