Training of Artificial Neural Networks Using Information-Rich Data

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Singh, Shailesh; Jain, Sharad; Bárdossy, András;

Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) are classified as a data-driven technique, which implies that their learning improves as more and more training data are presented. This observation is based on the premise that a longer time series of training samples will contain more... View more
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