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neural networks

Artificial electronic or software systems that can simulate some of the neurological functions including a crude form of vision. In conjunction with expert software systems neural networks are expected to prove important in medicine in the future.
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The visual presentation of evaluation objectivity works of different kinds of neural networks for steels without chrome: 1--the potential of St3 with the oxide film, mV; 2--the potential of St3 without the oxide film, mV; 3--the potential of 09G2 with the oxide film, mV; 4--the potential of 09G2 without the oxide film, mV.
Since 1980 s, method of neural network was adopted into this field.
Microsoft, for example, is using neural networks in the real-time translation feature that it plans to add to Skype later this year.
These are in particular the automation of procedures which create, train and evaluate neural networks as well as providing all necessary interfaces between the control system and the operating system in which the trained neural network is embedded.
Composite materials technology; neural network applications.
Reducing Computational Complexity in MPC with Neural Networks
Keywords: Pattern Classification, Fuzzy System, Artificial Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic.
The Myriad 2 VPU housed inside the Movidius Neural Compute Stick provides powerful, yet efficient performance more than 100 gigaflops of performance within a 1W power envelope to run real-time deep neural networks directly from the device, said Remi El-Ouazzane, vice president and general manager of Movidius, an Intel company.
With the help of this computed property, also known as "target logs" the artificial neural networks are trained for the prediction of porosity.
Through machine learning and neural networks, artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more and more capable of handling various tasks.

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