Talk:Adaptive resonance theory
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I have adapted the recent (first major) contribution to this page from a research paper I wrote on neural networks, the entirety of which is available at http://www.angelfire.com/il/jandar7/ConceptLearningPaper.html. I have little Wikipedia page creation experience and have only just created a user account, (unfortunately after having already made my first save to this page) so I am sure that this could use a good deal of formatting work. I'll be checking up on it and (hopefully) working on it further. -JandarShadowstar
A colleague and I are currently doing the same. If possible, we'll beef the entry up a bit. --seto 08:31, 15 June 2006 (UTC)
- Uh, guys... a page on ART with no reference to Grossberg's instar and outstar models? Yes, some more work is indicated. -- Wesley R. Elsberry 14:36, 15 July 2006 (UTC)
Am I the only one who noticed that Fuzzy ART has the unlucky acronym FART?
Re: Wesley R. Elsberry: How are Grossberg's instar and outstar models related to ART? I think your comment would apply better to the Stephen Grossberg page. --JandarShadowstar 23:34, 18 February 2007 (UTC)
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