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  1. List of theorems

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    automata) Cut-elimination theorem (proof theory) Cybenko theorem (neural networks) Dandelin's theorem (solid geometry) Danskin's theorem (convex analysis)

  2. Super-resolution imaging

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    has also been shown. There is promising research on using deep convolutional networks to perform super-resolution. In particular work has been demonstrated

  3. Charles Fefferman

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    has studied mathematical physics, harmonic analysis, fluid dynamics, neural networks, geometry, mathematical finance and spectral analysis, amongst others

  4. Index of electronics articles

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    character – Net gain – Netlist – Network administration – Network architecture – Network management – Neural network – Neutral direct-current telegraph

  5. Volterra series

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    prove the Volterra theorem, is an infinite sum of multidimensional convolutional integrals. The Volterra series is a modernized version of the theory

  6. Philip Kellman

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    Baker, N., Lu, H., Erlikhman, G. & Kellman, P.J. (in press). Deep convolutional networks do not classify based on global object shape. PLoS: Computational

  7. Kernel methods for vector output

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    community was algorithmic in nature, and applied to methods such as neural networks, decision trees and k-nearest neighbors in the 1990s. The use of probabilistic

  8. Adaptive filter

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    Adaptive Filter and Urysohn Adaptive Filter . Many authors include also Neural networks into this list. The general idea behind Volterra LMS and Kernel LMS

  9. Language processing in the brain

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    PMID 23084876. Turken AU, Dronkers NF (2011). "The neural architecture of the language comprehension network: converging evidence from lesion and connectivity

  10. List of statistics articles

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    Armitage–Doll multistage model of carcinogenesis Arrival theorem Artificial neural network Ascertainment bias ASReml – software Association (statistics) Association

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