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ADAPTIVE LINEAR ELEMENT (ADALINE) – SIGNAL PROCESSING

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The ADALINE (adaptive linear neuron) networks applied in this project are similar to the perceptron, but their transfer function is linear rather than hard-limiting. This allows their outputs to take on any value, whereas the perceptron output is limited to either 0 or 1. Both the ADALINE and the perceptron can solve only linearly separable problems. However, here the LMS (least mean squares) learning the rule, which is much more powerful than the perceptron learning rule, is used. The LMS, or Widrow-Hoff, learning rule minimizes the mean square error and thus moves the decision boundaries as far as it can from the training patterns.

 In this project, you design an adaptive linear system that responds to changes in its environment as it is operating. Linear networks that are adjusted at each time step based on new input and target vectors can find weights and biases that minimize the network’s sum-squared error for recent input and target vectors. Networks of this sort are often used in error cancellation, signal processing, and control systems.

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