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Fully distributed diagnosis by PDP learning algorithm: towards immune network PDP model

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Based on the strong analogy between neural networks and distributed diagnosis models, diagnostic algorithms are presented which are similar to the learning algorithm used in neural networks. Diagnostic implications of convergence theorems proved by the Lyapunov function are also discussed. Regarding diagnosis process as a recalling process in the associative memory, a diagnostic method of associative diagnosis is also presented. A good guess of diagnosis is given as a key to recalling the correct diagnosis. The authors regard the distributed diagnosis as an immune network model, a novel PDP (parallel distributed processing) model. This models the recognition capability emergent from cooperative recognition of interconnected units

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Neural Networks, 1990., 1990 IJCNN International Joint Conference on

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17-21 June 1990

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