Rivest, F., & Shultz, T.R. (2002). Application of knowledge-based cascade-correlation to vowel recognition. IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Networks 2002 (pp. 53-58).
Neural network algorithms are usually limited in their ability to use prior knowledge automatically. A recent algorithm, knowledge-based cascade-correlation (KBCC), extends cascade-correlation by evaluating and recruiting previously learned networks in its architecture. In this paper, we describe KBCC and illustrate its performance on the problem of recognizing vowels.
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