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Topic: Neural Network: newton method vs MLP
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Neural Network: newton method vs MLP
Posted: Feb 15, 2010 9:30 PM
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I have implemented a Multilayer perceptron and would like to adapt my
program so that I can use the Netwon Method.

I understand the following:
MLP neuron(id).beta=(d-y)*(1-y*y); end % d: correct value, y: output
Newton: error term is now omitted: if method==3 neuron(id).beta=(1-
y*y); end % Newton method (=j)

I now have to calculate the 'hessian'. Any suggestions where I can
find a good examle how to do this are much appreciated.

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