ITCE 463: Neural Networks
(ITCE 463)

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Artificial neural networks are, as their name indicates, computational networks which attempt to simulate, in a gross manner, the networks of nerve cell (neurons) of the biological (human or animal) central nervous system. This simulation is a gross cell-by-cell (neuron-by-neuron, element- by -element) simulation. It borrows from the neurophysiological knowledge of biological neurons and of networks of such biological neurons.
This course aims to introduce ANN and explore its applications using MATLAB and C++.

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