# Greg Heath

Backgound in Electromagnetic Theory, Plasma Physics and Radar Target Identification using Neural Networks.

PhD Student, Research Assistant and Lecturer at Stanford;

AB, ScB, ScM Student; Research Assistant, Fellow and Professor at Brown;

27 yrs researching Ballistic and Theatre Missile Defense using Neural Networks at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Retired 2003.

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Professional Interests: Neural Netwoks, Spectral Analysis

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Would this be considered underfitting?

A model is UNDERFIT if and only if No. of independent training equations < No. of unknowns Hope this helps Tha...

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Avoid exploding/vanishing gradient problem with NARX nets?

Use a higher open-loop peformance goal. Then lower the value after the loop is closed. It's been years since I've done this so ...

1 year ago | 0

How to make prediction from a trained NARX neural network?

You forgot to include the intial conditions: yz = nets(xz,xiz,aiz); Thank you for formally accepting my answer Greg

1 year ago | 0

Out of memory issue while training a Neural Network (NN), array exceeds maximum array size preference using backpropJacobianStatic

A single hidden layer is sufficient. Hope this helps Thank you for formally accepting my answer Greg

1 year ago | 0

Out of memory issue while training a Neural Network (NN), array exceeds maximum array size preference using backpropJacobianStatic

A single hidden layer is sufficient. Hope this helps Thank you for formally accepting my answer Greg

1 year ago | 0

Difference between function of sim and predict in Neural network?

help sim doc sim help predict doc predict Thank you for formally accepting my answer Greg

1 year ago | 0

Forecasting using GRNN (Generalized Regression Neural Network)?

Yes, Normalize input and output data to [-1,1]. Minimize the order for a sufficient polynomial fit. Minimize the number of ...

1 year ago | 0

CNN With unbalanced Data

Although you do not prefer data augmentation, duplication of the smaller dataset examples is probably the quickest and most reli...

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How to find questions on neural neural networks.

I have been away for awhile: How can I list the neural network questions? Greg

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answerTrained neural network to optimize input variable

"OPTIMIZED INPUT" is ill-defined Just train another net x2 = f2(x1,y1,y2) Hope this helps, THANK YOU FOR FORMALLY ACCEP...

1 year ago | 0

Linear Integer Output from a Neural Network

The integer nature of the output DOES NOT HAVE TO BE CONSIDERED during training. It is sufficient to round the real valued ou...

1 year ago | 0

How to disable validation and test data set in neural network

You have to define net before modifying any properties. clear all, close all, clc [x,t] = iris_dataset; for i = 1:2 net ...

2 years ago | 1

Training data and Training target in Neural Networks

You cannot make any intelligent decisions until you have examined a plot of the data!!! (WRONG!!! Plotting the data first is ...

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simulink neural network producing different outputs to workspace

A simpler solution is to ALWAYS begin the program with a resetting of the random number generator. For example, choose your favo...

2 years ago | 1

How to avoid getting negative values when training a neural network?

Use a sigmoid for the output layer. Hope this helps THANK YOU FOR FORMALLY ACCEPTING MY ANSWER GREG

2 years ago | 0

weird plotregression plots for a 10% of my fitnet neural networks

Sometimes training gets into a parameter space rut. That is why it is wise to train multiple models. Hope this helps. Greg ...

2 years ago | 0

What is the purpose of shuffling the validation set?

To impose and verify a consistent GENERALIZED path to convergence by avoiding repetitive anomalies. Hope this helps Greg

2 years ago | 0

How to force overfiting of Deep Learning Network for Classification

OVERFITTING = More training unknowns (e.g., weights) than training vectors. OVERTRAINING1 = Training an overfit network to...

2 years ago | 0

Neural Network Pattern Recognition

Targets are 1-dimensional unit vectors with 4 zeros and a single 1 . Thank you for formally accepting my answer. Greg

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semanticseg producing marginally different values when inference is repeated

Use clear all, close all, clc, rng(0) on the 1st line Thank you for formally accepting my answer Greg

2 years ago | 0

combining two neural networks (net1 is trained & net2 is untrained) in one bigger network

Just 1. Save the outputs of net1 in a file 2. Use the file to train net2 Greg

2 years ago | 0

Problem with the TreeBagger Command

The sizes of the input function and output target must be [ I N ] = size(input) [ O N ] = size (target) Hope this helps...

2 years ago | 0

How do I create a neural network that will give multiple input and outputs?

ALWAYS arrange your data so that [ I N ] = size(input) [ O N ] = size(output) Hope this helps. Greg

2 years ago | 0

How to make a hybrid model (LSTM and Ensemble) in MATLAB

Replace your YES/NO data with either 1/0 or 1/-1. Hope this helps. Greg

2 years ago | 1

how to augment image data only for a specific class?

Separate class 0 and interpolate. If you have a good feel for the data you could extrapolate. However the latter might be tricky...

2 years ago | 0

NTSTOOL - How to get predicted values of "the future"?

The known time series is analyzed to yield a time-series model that uses past and present values to predict future values. The ...

2 years ago | 0

Timedelaynet output calculation principle

You did not include tHe 2 biases. Hope this helps. Greg THANK YOU FOR FORMALLY ACCEPTING MY ANSWER

2 years ago | 0

Understand number of weights of Neural Network

It is possible. In general, however, you don't have the slightest idea what choice would be significantly better than random. ...

2 years ago | 0

Using pca for features selections

PCA (Principal Coordinate Analysis) is a very useful method for regression (it ranks linear combinations of the original variabl...

2 years ago | 0

How do we decide the number of hiddenlayers in a PatternNet?

patternnet(10) indicates ONE HIDDEN LAYER WITH TEN NODES It is important to be mindful of the number of layers and nodes. The ...

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