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Master of Science in Mathematics (M.S.)
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Deep learning has a substantial amount of real-life applications, making it an increasingly popular subset of artificial intelligence over the last decade. These applications come to fruition due to the tireless research and implementation of neural networks. This paper goes into detail on the implementation of supervised learning neural networks utilizing MATLAB, with the purpose being to generate a neural network based on specifications given by a user. Such specifications involve how many layers are in the network, and how many nodes are in each layer. The neural network is then trained based on known sample values of a function to reveal some intrinsic properties of said function.
Phillips, Kane A., "Implementing a Neural Network for Supervised Learning with a Random Configuration of Layers and Nodes" (2021). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 2304.
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