Chaosguided Input Structuring for Improved Learning in Recurrent Neural Networks
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Chaosguided Input Structuring for Improved Learning in Recurrent Neural Networks
Anatomical studies demonstrate that brain reformats input information to generate reliable responses for performing computations. However, it remains unclear how neural circuits encode complex spatiotemporal patterns. We show that neural dynamics are strongly influenced by the phase alignment between the input and the spontaneous chaotic activity. Input structuring along the dominant chaotic projections causes the chaotic trajectories to become stable channels (or attractors), hence, improving the computational capability of a recurrent network. Using mean field analysis, we derive the impact of input structuring on the overall stability of attractors formed. Our results indicate that input alignment determines the extent of intrinsic noise suppression and hence, alters the attractor state stability, thereby controlling the network’s inference ability.
Chaosguided Input Structuring for Improved Learning in Recurrent Neural Networks
by Priyadarshini Panda, Kaushik Roy
https://arxiv.org/pdf/1712.09206v1.pdf
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