<artificial intelligence> The most common way to train a neural network;
a kind of unsupervised learning; named after canadian neuropsychologist, Donald
The algorithm is based on Hebb's Postulate, which states that where one cell's
firing repeatedly contributes to the firing of another cell, the magnitude of
this contribution will tend to increase gradually with time. This means that
what may start as little more than a coincidental relationship between the
firing of two nearby neurons becomes strongly causal.
Despite limitations with Hebbian learning, e.g., the inability to learn certain
patterns, variations such as Signal Hebbian Learning and Differential Hebbian
Learning are still used.
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