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Course: EEL 5840, Fall 2009
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Fall EEL-5840 2009 Homework Dr. Arroyo EEL5840: Machine Intelligence I: Homework #4 (Due Tuesday September 22, 2009) Problem 2 Consider a one-hidden layer feedforward neural network, fully connected between layers, with 2 inputs, 2 hidden units in the first layer, and 1 output. Assume sigmoidal activation functions . a. How many total independent weights are contained in this neural network? Show Work! No Work,...

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Fall EEL-5840 2009 Homework Dr. Arroyo EEL5840: Machine Intelligence I: Homework #4 (Due Tuesday September 22, 2009) Problem 2 Consider a one-hidden layer feedforward neural network, fully connected between layers, with 2 inputs, 2 hidden units in the first layer, and 1 output. Assume sigmoidal activation functions . a. How many total independent weights are contained in this neural network? Show Work! No Work, No Credit. Answer: ____ independent weights. b. Without any local variables, how many additions, multiplications, and function evaluations ( , ') are required to compute the output of the neural network in terms of the inputs and weights the of the neural network? Show Work! No Work, No Credit. Additions:___________ Multiplications:___________ Function Evaluations:__________ c. Using the backpropagation algorithm, how much total computation is required [additions, multiplications and function evaluations ( , ')] to compute the error derivatives with respect to all the weights in the neural network, given a single training pattern <x1,x2,y>and the error measure E= (y-z)2? Show Work! No Work, No Credit. Forward Pass: Additions:___________ Multiplications:___________ Function Evaluations:__________ Backward Pass: EEL-5840 Fall 2009 Homework Dr. Arroyo
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