Patrick Juola (patrick at gryphon.psych.ox.ac.uk) wrote:
: No. "Non-linear" does not mean "chaotic"; almost all artificial
: networks that have been built are composed of non-linear elements
: (as linear networks don't scale to multiple layers -- obligatory
: reference to Minsky and Papert (1969)).
No. Chaos _is_ non-linear. Freeman's (1987) model of the olfactory
bulb was composed of chaotic elements which more closely
approximated brain function than many other non-chaotic
non-linear neural network models (IMHO).
: So you need to tighten up your mathematical models (and terminology)
You need to broaden your reading considerably!
Paul A. Watters, MAPS <pwatters at mpce.mq.edu.au>