Back Propagation Neural Network Training for a Well Behaved Robot

Back Propagation Neural Network Training for a Well Behaved Robot

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Back Propagation Neural Network Training for a Well Behaved Robot Xin Jin
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The Well Behaved Robot I want to move in a new house. However, the locals warn me about the werewolves and vampires that lurk in the area. Being a computer scientistIcome up with a creative solution. I will buy a robot and use it to guard my room. To train my robotIneed to select a set of features which the robot can detect and which also can be used to tell the difference between humans, children, vampires and werewolves. I realize that the two best features for detection are how tall a person is who is entering the room and how hairy they are. This works because vampires are tall and completely bald, werewolves are either short and totally covered in fur, or they are the mutant type that are extremely tall, but no more hairy than a human. An adult human is taller than a child and slightly hairier.
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The next thing my robot will need to do is take an action that is appropriate for the situation. It will greet every human that enters the room. If a child enters the room, when it greets the child it will
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course ME 697 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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