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FIGURE 2.7 Initial weights, hidden layer. This figure demonstrates the effects of changing the range of the initial weights between the input and hidden layers. Each line represents the average of five independent peak procedure simulations. The heavy black line represents the standard value for this parameter in all other simulations in this work. In general, increasing the range of initial weights makes the timing function narrower and peak earlier.

FIGURE 2.8 Initial weights, output layer. This figure demonstrates the effects of changing the range of the initial weights between the hidden and output layers. Each line represents the average of five independent peak procedure simulations. The heavy black line represents the standard value for this parameter in all other simulations in this work. In general, increasing the range of these initial weights does not significantly change the shape of the timing function.

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FIGURE 2.8 Initial weights, output layer. This figure demonstrates the effects of changing the range of the initial weights between the hidden and output layers. Each line represents the average of five independent peak procedure simulations. The heavy black line represents the standard value for this parameter in all other simulations in this work. In general, increasing the range of these initial weights does not significantly change the shape of the timing function.

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