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7. g. Hoya, 1998). Then, as shown (solid lines) in Figs. e. e. SFS, PenDigit, and ISOLET. This can be interpreted such that the separation of the pattern space with a smaller number of classes is rather broad and thus is easily eroded by adding new classes. This erosion was noticeable in the case of ISOLET. However, it can also be said that the degree of erosion is more or less bounded. In other words, the spread of the RBFs is limited, since, as shown in Figs. 8, the deterioration rate remained the same when the number of classes was increased.
4), in the context of the selforganising kernel memory concept, this may not be such an issue, since, during the training phase, just one-pass presentation of the input data is suﬃcient to self-organise the network structure. In addition, by means of the modular architecture (to be discussed in Chap. e. to update the radii values, could also be solved. In addition, with a supportive argument regarding the RBF units in Vetter et al. (1995), the approach in terms of RBFs (or, in a more general term, the kernels) can also be biologically appealing.
Moreover, such network outputs can even be forcibly represented by kernel units within the kernel memory concept. For instance, the output neurons within a PNN/GRNN oj (j = 1, 2, . . , No ) in Fig. 14) may also be regarded as special forms of the kernel functions, where the inputs are the weighted version of Ki (x). 16) where wj = [w1j , w2j , . . 3)), and the vector comprising of the activations of the h (x)]T is now kernel units in the hidden layer y = [K1h (x), K2h (x), . . , KN h o regarded as the input to the kernel unit Kj .