I am researching Cellular Neural Networks and have already read Chua's two articles (1988). In cellular neural networks, a cell is only in relation with its neighbors. So it is easy to use them for real-time image processing. Image processing is performed with only 19 numbers (two 3x3 matrices, called A and B, and one bias value).

I wonder if we can call cellular neural networks neural networks, because there is no learning algorithm. They are neither supervised nor unsupervised.



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