Abstract. Backpropagation of errors is not only hard to justify from biological perspective but also it fails to solve problems requiring complex logic. A simpler algorithm based on generation and filtering of useful random projections has better biological justification, is faster, easier to train and may in practice solve nonseparable problems of higher complexity than typical feedforward neural networks. Estimation of confidence in network decisions is done by visualization of the number of nodes that agree with the final decision. Key words: Neural networks, learning, random projections
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