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Nengo: Generating Signals with PES Rule with Python Example

PES is used to minimize the error in the output signal

The PES rule for the signals. A photo by Author

In this article, we will discuss supervised learning in signal with and without prescribed error sensitivity (PES) rule. The PES reduces the error in the signal and learns exactly as the input.

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