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Neural networks: an engineering perspective

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The development and application of neural networks are presented from an engineering perspective. It is stated that neural computing is a collection of mathematical techniques that have been gaining growing acceptance as plug-compatible replacements for statistical and other data-modeling techniques. Two of these techniques, function approximation and clustering, are discussed. The forces shaping the future of neural networking systems, including plug compatibility, hybrid systems-neural computing concepts integrated with expert systems, fuzzy logic, and genetic algorithms-and application specification systems, are reviewed.<>

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 9 )