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Topic: Neural Networks weights and bias help
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Greg Heath

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Re: Neural Networks weights and bias help
Posted: Aug 13, 2010 8:20 PM
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On Aug 13, 10:47 am, "hasan batuk" <kapadokya...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi, i am trying to learn NN toolbox. I tried to creat a networks that multiply the number by 3 and gives as output. For simplicity, i made the transfer function also linear. It works well but i tried to reach the same result by using the bias and weight values.
> x ->  input
> y-> output
>
> a= [ (w1*x + b1) * w2 ]+b2
>
> but it ends up with same as the input value. I am really confused about it. it looks very simple but i couldnt find what i miss. Thanks for your time. the code is below
>
> P=[1:4:200]; % training set
> T=P*3;       % target set
>
> net=newff(P,T,1);
> net.layers{1}.transferFcn = 'purelin';   % making transfer func. as linear


Can include this in the previous command.

> net=train(net,P,T);
>
> y=sim(net,101)   % giving a number say 101 as an input to system and taking 303 as output as expected.
>
> % trying to reach same result by using weight and bias values. it ends up with 101, not 303.
>
> a1=(net.iw{1,1}*101)+net.b{1};  % output of first layer
>
> a2=(net.lw{2,1}*a1)+net.b{2}    % output of second layer


help newff

Carefully read the explanations of IPF and OPF

Hope this helps.

Greg



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