GENERALIZATION OF PATTERNS BY IDENTIFICATION WITH POLYNOMIAL NEURAL NETWORK
Artificial neural networks (ANN) in general classify patterns according to their relationship, they are responding to related patterns with a similar output. Polynomial neural networks (PNN) are capable of organizing themselves in response to some features (relations) of the data. Polynomial neural network for dependence of variables identification (D-PNN) describes a functional dependence of input variables (not entire patterns). It approximates a hyper-surface of this function with multi-parametric particular polynomials forming its functional output as a generalization of input patterns. This new type of neural network is based on GMDH polynomial neural network and was designed by author. D-PNN operates in a way closer to the brain learning as the ANN does. The ANN is in principle a simplified form of
the PNN, where the combinations of input variables are missing.
Keywords: polynomial neural network, dependence of variables identification, rational fractional functions, function approximation, differential equation, modelling of complex systems