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A class of recurrent neural networks is proposed and proven to be capable of identifying any discrete-time dynamical system. The application of the proposed network is addressed in the encoding, identification, and extraction of finite state automata (FSAs). Simulation results show that the identification of FSAs using the proposed network, trained by the hybrid greedy simulated annealing with a modified cost function in the training stage, generally exhibits better performance than the conventional identification procedures.
Date of Publication: Sept. 2010