RE: Lagrangian multipliers and neural learning? (book

From: Leonardo Gonzalez (
Date: Mon May 14 2001 - 14:51:00 MDT

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> I am curious about the opinion and thoughts of the gurus
> in this list on the (possible) connection between neural
> learning and Lagrangian optimization.
> Thanks, Christian Szegedy

I don't have an answer to the question, but I do have a book I would
recommend. I look forward to reading it myself:

Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks:
Steps toward Principled Integration

Edited by Vasant Honavar & Leonard Uhr

The material seems thorough and extensive. The sections are:
1. Symbol Processors versus Connectionist Networks
2. Representation and Inference
3. Vision
4. Language
5. Learning

I hope this helps,


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