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Let's suppose that we have an MLP with $15$ inputs, $20$ hidden neurons and $2$ output neurons. The operations performed are only in the hidden and output neurons, given that the input neurons only represent the inputs (so they do not perform any operation). Each hidden neuron performs a linear combination of its inputs followed by the application of a non-...


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There are a few technical papers and books on the topic Computational Limitations on Learning from Examples (1988) by Leonard Pitt and Leslie G. Valiant, published in Journal of the ACM Training a 3-node neural network is NP-complete (1992) by Avrim L. Blum and Ronald L. Rivest, published in Neural Networks Computational complexity of neural networks: a ...


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