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DESCRIPTION:Speaker: \;TC Sun\, Professor\, Wayne State University Depa
rtment of Mathematics\nTitle: \;An Introduction to Neural Networks\nAb
stract: \;Neural Networks is an important tool in the study of deep le
arning and artificial intelligence\, but it is really an approximation met
hod of functions. There are many papers on the applications of neural netw
orks to various problems in the real world\, not much work can be found ab
out mathematical theory behind neural works. In this talk I will\n1) \
; \; \; \; \; First define a neural network (NN) and give
an intuitive proof that NN can approximate any continuous function uniform
ly on a compact set. (essentially following the lecture given by G. Strang
last semester.)\n2) \; \; \; \; \; Sketch an algorism
to compute the parameters in a neural network.\n3) \; \; \;&n
bsp\; \; Raise a few mathematical problems regarding neural networks.
(most mathematical problems all seem very difficult.)\nThe talk uses only
elementary methods. It should be interesting to people in statistics\, app
roximation theory and all graduate students.
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SUMMARY:Probability and Statistics Seminar - TC Sun
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URL:https://events.wayne.edu/main/2019/11/26/probability-and-statistics-sem
inar-tc-sun-84411/
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