Local Cluster Neural Network On-Chip Training

Zang, Liang & Sitte, Joaquin (2006) Local Cluster Neural Network On-Chip Training. In Bonissone, P., Wang, L., & Lucas, S. (Eds.) 2006 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence, 16-21 July, British Columbia, Canada.


The local cluster neural network is a feedforward RBF network that has been implemented in analogue neural net chip. The LCNN chip can be trained by chip-in-the-loop training and this training method has been demonstrated to work efficiently. In order to increase the functionality of LCNN chip, we proposed on-chip training for the LCNN chip. In this paper, we describe two training algorithms – Gradient Descent and Probabilistic Random Weight Change, which are used in LCNN on-chip training simulations. We also present the experiment results from the simulations in multi-dimensional function approximation. The training convergence is investigated and analyzed. The circuite signal flow chart for these two algorithms are designed.

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ID Code: 10171
Item Type: Conference Paper
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ISBN: 0780394985
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Deposited On: 16 Oct 2007 00:00
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