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By Bernadete Ribeiro, Rudolf F. Albrecht, Andrej Dobnikar, David W. Pearson, Nigel C. Steele

The papers during this quantity current theoretical insights and record useful functions either for neural networks, genetic algorithms and evolutionary computation. within the box of typical computing, swarm optimization, bioinformatics and computational biology contributions are not any much less compelling. a big variety of contributions document purposes of neural networks to strategy engineering, robotics and keep watch over. Contributions additionally abound within the box of evolutionary computation rather in combinatorial and optimization difficulties. Many papers are devoted to computing device studying and heuristics, hybrid clever platforms and tender computing purposes. a few papers are dedicated to quantum computation. furthermore, kernel dependent algorithms, capable of clear up projects except category, symbolize a revolution in trend attractiveness bridging current gaps. extra issues are clever sign processing and computing device imaginative and prescient.

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9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 302343 E-03 It. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 4 I Fig. 3. The capacitor and the inverse polarized diode equalization The expression (10) for current i(f) is obtained through following steps: (a) by equalizing capacity (C) voltage uc with an inverse polarized diode (D) voltage uj : (11) C that is ^0 (b) by differentiation the above equalization, we get: (13) (c) now, we are performing some transformations (formulae (14)-(17)): i'(t) CVT The capacitor and the diode equalization The basic question related to the proposed Hopfield neural network modification is undoubtedly: under which condition(s) the capacitor can be replaced with an inverse polarized diode?

2. Sequential cycle (1,2,3,4,5,6,1,2). 27 sentative internal edge or stop if all the sequential cycles do have their representative edges. Further choose any edge from Ic \ {ec} to be the representative edge ec of C" and repeat the previous step with C replaced by C". Clearly, each edge represents at most one cycle because set Ic \ {ec} ¥" $ always contains only edges that do not represent any cycle so far. If it were not the case then another sequential cycle C" different from C would obtain its representative edge ec from Ic n Ic and hence a representative edge would already be assigned to C" before C is considered.

Now, inverting term by term, in original z domain, we obtain and finally, . (13) #1=0 According to the Special Trans Function Theory [2][13], in aim to solve equation (5) analytically in closedform, first of all, an appropriate equation for identification (EQID), to (5), is to be found. The theoretical method to the genesis of EQID is the intuitive or analogy. Thus, in this case, EQID is linear differential equation and takes the following form: According to the unique solution principle from equations (7) and (13) follows: (14) or lim cc2(p{z) = 0 s — s 3 Genesis of the analytical closed form solution to the equation (5)

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