This paper demonstrates that a new type of hybrid networks can be useful for detecting 'unknown' patterns and auto-learning of them. An essential point of the mechanism is a dynamical recognition based on chaotic EEG activities of mammalian brains. The chaotic activities are generated by designing recurrent connection weights in the hybrid networks with feedforward and recurrent connections. Harnessing the chaotic dynamics of recurrent networks, the networks can recognize 'known' patterns and their neighbors as the conventional recognition methods are possible. We present some simulation results illustrating the networks ability on deciding whether input patterns are 'known' or 'unknown' by observing temporal stability of output patterns. Finally, it is shown that recognition of 'unknown' patterns makes it possible the networks to learn new patterns automatically.
|III-211 - III-216
|Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics
|Published - 1999
|1999 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics 'Human Communication and Cybernetics' - Tokyo, Jpn
Duration: 1999 Oct 12 → 1999 Oct 15