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However, in the latter case, care has to be exercised in how the activation function is handled for complex-valued inputs. For a detailed derivation of the complex BP algorithm, see Haykin (1996). , logistic function). 8 shows examples of these two forms of activation functions. • Shuffle the training examples after the presentation of each epoch; an epoch involves the presentation of the entire set of training examples to the network.
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