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Cellular SRN Trained by Extended Kalman Filter Shows Promise for ADP

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Cellular SRN Trained by Extended Kalman Filter Shows Promise for ADP
— Cellular simultaneous recurrent neural network has been suggested to be a function approximator more powerful than the MLP’s, in particular for solving approximate dynamic programming problems. The 2D maze navigation has been considered as a proof-of-concept task. Present work improves the previous results by training the network with extended Kalman filter (EKF). The original EKF algorithm has been slightly modified. The speed of convergence has been improved by several orders of magnitude in comparison with the earlier results. The implications of this improvement are discussed.
Roman Ilin, Robert Kozma, Paul J. Werbos
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where IJCNN
Authors Roman Ilin, Robert Kozma, Paul J. Werbos
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