9. Appendix

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Abstract

Neurocomputing is computer modeling based, in part, upon simulation of the structure and function of the brain. Neural networks excel in pattern recognition, that is, the ability to recognize a set of previously learned data. Although their use is rapidly growing in engineering, they are new to the pharmaceutical community. This article introduces neurocomputing using the backpropagation network (BPN).

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Reed, S. (1961). 9. Appendix. Methods in Experimental Physics, 3(C), 709–723. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0076-695X(08)60201-X

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