Abduction Using Neural Models by Madan Bharadwaj Instructor: Dr.Avelino Gonzalez Agenda Introduce the Concept Why Neural Approach ? UNIFY Hopfield Model Critique Summary Abduction & NN’s What are Neural Networks? What is Abduction? The Analogy Figure 1:
Handwritten Characters. A’s and B’s
Figure 2: After training the Neural Network classifies data into classes
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