前馈神经网络(FNN)是人工智能领域中最早发明的简单人工神经网络类型。在它内部,参数从输入层经过隐含层向输出层单向传播。与递归神经网络不同,在它内部不会构成有向环。

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Self size-estimating feedforward network (SSFN) is a feedforward multilayer network. For the existing SSFN, a part of each weight matrix is trained using a layer-wise convex optimization approach (a supervised training), while the other part is chosen as a random matrix instance (an unsupervised training). In this article, the use of deterministic transforms instead of random matrix instances for the SSFN weight matrices is explored. The use of deterministic transforms provides a reduction in computational complexity. The use of several deterministic transforms is investigated, such as discrete cosine transform, Hadamard transform, Hartley transform, and wavelet transforms. The choice of a deterministic transform among a set of transforms is made in an unsupervised manner. To this end, two methods based on features' statistical parameters are developed. The proposed methods help to design a neural net where deterministic transforms can vary across its layers' weight matrices. The effectiveness of the proposed approach vis-a-vis the SSFN is illustrated for object classification tasks using several benchmark datasets.

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Self size-estimating feedforward network (SSFN) is a feedforward multilayer network. For the existing SSFN, a part of each weight matrix is trained using a layer-wise convex optimization approach (a supervised training), while the other part is chosen as a random matrix instance (an unsupervised training). In this article, the use of deterministic transforms instead of random matrix instances for the SSFN weight matrices is explored. The use of deterministic transforms provides a reduction in computational complexity. The use of several deterministic transforms is investigated, such as discrete cosine transform, Hadamard transform, Hartley transform, and wavelet transforms. The choice of a deterministic transform among a set of transforms is made in an unsupervised manner. To this end, two methods based on features' statistical parameters are developed. The proposed methods help to design a neural net where deterministic transforms can vary across its layers' weight matrices. The effectiveness of the proposed approach vis-a-vis the SSFN is illustrated for object classification tasks using several benchmark datasets.

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