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Neural Network Design 2nd Edition. Martin T Hagan. Neural Networks and Learning Machines 3rd Edition. From the Back Cover Renowned for its thoroughness and readability, this well-organized and completely up-to-date text remains the most comprehensive treatment of neural networks from an engineering perspective.

FEATURES Extensive, state-of-the-art coverage exposes the reader to the many facets of neural networks and helps them appreciate the technology's capabilities and potential applications. Read more.

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Haykin is pretty well established in his area and he definitely produces high quality work. What I particularly like about this book is that it connects neural networks to other machine learning techniques, such as support vector machines, Boltzmann machines, independent component analysis etc. Another plus of this book is the presentation of algorithms. Haykin gives very detailed description of the algorithms presented. Even if you might not want to understand all the mathematical details you will be able to implement them.

One person found this helpful. Great introduction to the subject!

Very good book and this is the reference for the online lectures that you can find from India Instistute of Technology - Kharagpur by Prof. I was expecting to see a book in good to very good condition. It turned out to be a used, chinese edition, with cutouts on pages.

Looks unprofessional. The pages feel like they'll tear anytime. Haykin's book is probably the most comprehensive compendium of traditional neural network theory currently available. I say "traditional" because historically neural networks developed within the field of computer science, only loosely inspired by actual neuroscience.

Feedforward networks, backpropagation, self-organizing maps, PCA, and hierarchical machines fit into this traditional lineage. A second branch of neural networks, inspired more heavily by biology, have sought to model brain function and structure. Though this second branch of neural network theory has applications in pattern recognition, image processing, clustering, etc. In other words, Haykin presents the material that computer scientists and engineers want to see, but skimps on the more biological side of the field.

That being said, the material covered in Haykin is very well-presented, with clear mathematical notation and typesetting throughout. The book is accessible to graduates and advanced undergraduates.

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It should be on the shelf of every serious researcher, though workers in the biological sciences may want supplementary material. Computer scientists, mathematicians, and other engineers will not be disappointed at all.

If you are going to start learning neural networks, this is probably the best book with which to begin. It does a good job in how it progresses through the subject. It spends two chapters introducing the subject in a very complete fashion, then five chapters more on the subject of supervised learning with neural networks, and five more chapters on unsupervised learning. The final three chapters gets off into the subject of non-linear dynamical systems.

Although the book is very complete, it is also mathematically rigorous.

To really understand it from cover to cover you would need to know - both conceptually and practically - calculus, linear algebra, adaptive signal processing, and dynamical systems, since this book assumes you already know these subjects and makes heavy use of their properties. Fortunately, to get a good basic understanding of what neural networks are and what they can accomplish, you won't need to understand the entire book.To this end, starting with a geometric state of the art in neural-network science and approach, the authors present explicit formulas for practice.

Neural Networks And Learning Machines. Though this second branch of neural network theory has applications in pattern recognition, image processing, clustering, etc. Deals and Shenanigans. Pages with related products. Great introduction to the subject!

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