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Dther lie on the hyperplane. 1a is 4Vi - 2VI = 0 since h = O. Tn = 4 and T12 = -2. 3 shows the hyperplane. 1. Dther lies on the hyperplane. 1a. 1 to model a device with N terminals is the existence ofa decision hyperplanefor each ofthe N neurons. oll) neuron i has an activation value 1 (0) in the consistent state 81 and 0 (1) in the inconsistent state 82. The energy function E should have a lower value of energy for the consistent state 81 as compared to the inconsistent state 82. Therefore, Ei should necessarily be positive (negative) and the decision hyperplane Ei = 0 divides the N - 1 dimensional space into two regions Rl (Ei > 0) and R2 (Ei < 0).
1. A. B. C and J are constants such that A > O. B > O. C > O. J > 0 and B > C. Note that the energy function EG for a network in the basis set assumes a global minimum value 0 at all consistent network states 36 ChapterS and Ea is greater than this minimwn value for all other network states. It is not essential for Ea to have a minimwn value of0 for any specific network G in the basis set In fact, by adding the constant tenn K, the function Ea can be made to have any arbitrary value at its global minimwn.