Neural networks’ learning process acceleration

L. Katerynych, M. Veres, E. Safarov

Abstract


This study is devoted to evaluating the process of training of a parallel system in the form of an artificial neural network, which is built using a genetic algorithm. The methods that allow to achieve this goal are computer simulation of a neural network on multi-core CPUs and a genetic algorithm for finding the weights of an artificial neural network. The performance of sequential and parallel training processes of artificial neural network is compared.

Problems in programming 2020; 2-3: 313-321


Keywords


multi-core CPUs; artificial neural networks; artificial neuron; genetic algorithm; selection; crossing; mutation; parallel computing

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