Unipolar and bipolar boolean inputs, Mathematics

A 4-input Neuron has weights (1,-1,  0,  0.5.Calculate the network output when the following input vectors are applied.

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For calculation assume:

a. f(net) = unipolar binary

b. f(net) = bipolar binary

2.  The network shown in figure 2 uses neurons with:

            (a) Unipolar Binary;

            (b) Bipolar Binary.

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Calculate a table of responses to all four possible Boolean inputs.

Ex 3 (Portfolio).  You are to complete the following coronary disease production system :-

The Rules:

Rule 1: 
     IF X has a risk of heart attack 
     AND X has had a previous heart attack 
     THEN give X the drug Digitalis 
Rule 2: 
     IF X has left quadratic pain 
     AND X has high blood pressure 
     THEN X has a risk of a heart attack 
Rule 3: 
     IF X has raised intraocular pressure 
     THEN X has high blood pressure 
Rule 4: 
    IF X has high blood pressure AND X is a heavy smoker 
    THEN X has a risk of a heart attack 
Rule 5: 
    IF X is an asthmatic AND X has a risk of heart attack 
    AND X has had a previous heart attack THEN 
    give X the drug Preminol-V (this is a fictional drug name!!)

The Facts:

A: Smith has raised intraocular pressure 
B: Smith has had a previous heart attack 
C: Smith has left quadratic pain 
D: Smith is a heavy smoker 
E: Jones is an asthmatic 
F: Jones has raised intraocular pressure 
G: Jones is a heavy smoker

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