58.Speech and Audio Processing by John G. Webster (Editor)

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1 for an excellent introduction) can be used for many supervised learning tasks. Given as training data N input/target data vector pairs D ϭ ͕xn, tn͖ (a mapping from input to target data), with dimensions M and K, respectively, the aim of a supervised learning process is to learn how to predict output data given new input data, which is written as a K-dimensional function yk(xn;w) depending on the current input vector x and the NN parameter value vector w with W weights. The weights are combined in structures, whose different types are discussed in more detail below.

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