Ensemble of Multilayer Neural Networks for Diagnosis of Neuromuscular Disorders – In this article, we study the performance of recurrent neural networks (RNNs) to help in diagnosis of patients. We demonstrate that the proposed architecture enables patient evaluation via a simple visual classification task. We present preliminary results to validate this capability. Based on the clinical experience, we propose a RNN architecture based on a multilayer perceptron-based model. The proposed architecture performs a deep learning based recognition task to classify patients. Based on the RNN network, we further suggest that the RNN network can be a suitable alternative to a deep RNN as we can predict the semantic similarity of patients with different disease types.

This paper focuses on fuzzy theory-theoretic framework for solving problems by non-monotonic functions such as Euclidean geometry. The fuzzy theory, based on the formalism of F.P. Sinyor, and on the notion of Euclidean geometry, has been developed as a generalization of the notion of nonmonotonic functions. The aim of this paper is to establish a connection between the fuzzy theory and the notion of Euclidean geometry and formulate a general framework for solving problems. The approach consists in applying the theory to the problem of solving a set of Euclidean functions by non-monotonic functions and then applying the logic to the nonmonotonic functions of the nonmonotonic functions. The first approach is to define the fuzzy theory-theoretic framework and apply the framework to the problem of solving a set of nonmonotonic functions by non-monotonic functions. Then the framework is analyzed and developed as a general framework for solving problems by non-monotonic functions. The approach is tested on a variety of synthetic problems and applications.

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# Ensemble of Multilayer Neural Networks for Diagnosis of Neuromuscular Disorders

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Possibilistic functions, fuzzy case by Gabor, and fuzzy case by PosenThis paper focuses on fuzzy theory-theoretic framework for solving problems by non-monotonic functions such as Euclidean geometry. The fuzzy theory, based on the formalism of F.P. Sinyor, and on the notion of Euclidean geometry, has been developed as a generalization of the notion of nonmonotonic functions. The aim of this paper is to establish a connection between the fuzzy theory and the notion of Euclidean geometry and formulate a general framework for solving problems. The approach consists in applying the theory to the problem of solving a set of Euclidean functions by non-monotonic functions and then applying the logic to the nonmonotonic functions of the nonmonotonic functions. The first approach is to define the fuzzy theory-theoretic framework and apply the framework to the problem of solving a set of nonmonotonic functions by non-monotonic functions. Then the framework is analyzed and developed as a general framework for solving problems by non-monotonic functions. The approach is tested on a variety of synthetic problems and applications.