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Old 05-02-2012, 07:48 AM
lucifirm lucifirm is offline
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Question Fitting fields/functions with NN

I know I can use a MLP to fit a function, but I have a couple of questions:

1) What is the simplest NN that I could use for fitting an unknown vector field, let's say an electric and/or magnetic field in a room (when I don't know the source(s), of course)?

2) What is the best NN that I could use for fitting the same vector field? Can I use one NN for fitting and other for optimizing the first NN?

P.S.: I'm new to the subject and I'm taking the LM course...
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