threshold function

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Noun1.threshold function - a function that takes the value 1 if a specified function of the arguments exceeds a given threshold and 0 otherwise
function, mapping, mathematical function, single-valued function, map - (mathematics) a mathematical relation such that each element of a given set (the domain of the function) is associated with an element of another set (the range of the function)
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A unit Boolean function f (X) is called a threshold function if there exist weights w and a fixed threshold T, The reason for examining threshold gates as logic primitives stems from the fact that they are computationally more powerful than the standard AND/OR logic primitives.
One is threshold A and the other important factor is the selection of the threshold function [7].
The second includes the new ability of systems to be characterized by a system contrast threshold function just like the human eye, and a new target task performance metric that can provide more accurate performance predictions than the previous limiting frequency methods.
What the tables (2) and (3) can be concluded that the model trained with the first input pattern with 14 provinces sigmoid for the input parameters (1-5-14) means 14 input neurons, 5 hidden neurons and Way that the results of the model trained with a threshold function tangent hyperbolic Has created a better and less error, the predicted peak discharge operation is successful.
Note that unlike the standard threshold function in (1.
A function f (n) is called a sharp threshold function for a graph property A if there are two positive constants C and c such that G(n, p) satisfies A almost surely for p [greater than or equal to] Cf (n) and G(n, p) almost surely does not satisfy A for p [less than or equal to] cf (n).
when thresholding is applied to a set of numbers in an algorithm, the threshold function (denoted Q below) sends quantities under a prescribed threshold (so insignificant relative to the selected threshold) to zero.
where [lambda](u)--stochastic threshold function, [[bar.
The threshold function serves to reduce inputs to a strict range.
neusciences' ActiveX control also includes a threshold function for pre-processing input data for CART-based modelling.
2], and the gate at R evaluates the threshold function [R.
In this context, risk is the probability of events occurring which result in incomes above or below some threshold function that depicts economical returns.