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Chapter 9:
Recurrent Neural Networks
Abstract
Recurrent neural networks are networks that feed the outputs from neurons to other adjacent neurons, to themselves, or to neurons on preceding network layers. Two of the most popular recurrent neural networks are the Hopfield and the Bidirectional Associative Memory (BAM) networks.
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