Types of neural networks, Biology

Types of Neural networks

Neural networks can be grouped into:

  1. Sensory filter networks that are organised so as to pass on only certain features of a complex sensory input while ignoring other features. You must have tried to gather your attention while studying this unit even if the surroundings are noisy. Once your attention is caught you hardly perceive the sound as noise and can study undisturbed.
  2. Pattern generating networks that are responsible for the production of motor output that regulates stereotyped movements. Examples are networks that govern respiration and locomotion.
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