On Apr 7, 5:55 am, "boson boss" <junker...@gmail.comwrote:

It looks neurological ... hey look at this free book:http://www.relisoft.com/book/index.htm

The book looks fine, but I am on an iMac. I even have my iMac

keyboard plugged in today! I like it better than my IBM keyboard

now. You can't type as quick on an iMac keyboard, but it is easier to

avoid typos.

I'm not sure if you understand this Neural network yet. It begins

with a random matrix of numbers between 0 and 1. These are the

weights that form the basis of the algorithm. The basic algorithm

just multiplies the matrix of weights with our input, and then it runs

through a filter. The sigmoid filter can take even random information

and morph it into something straight along the range from 0 or 1. So

everything gets closer to our end goal. In the end the values are

just adjusted closer to what the output should be with a complicated

little Delta function, that basically subtracts the difference between

the weights and the output we know is what we want.

The final result is a fuzzy algorithm that can take guesses at what

the right answer is, even if it is given information it hasn't seen

before.