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0- + +- - - + _+++ .......... 7. O)' of the BNN. The internal sites are weighted with -1 and the external ones with + 1. O) if jEVo otherwise where aj = -1 for internal sites and aj = +1 otherwise. Any site (i,j') E 7h x 7h\I x I is fixed in the quiescent state 0 (boundary condition). B. Synchronous iteration of the BNN for ration converges to a cycle of period 2. iIi = 45. 6. Bounded Majority Network. i') - b) (j,j')EV oN As in the pr~vious example, we suppose that all sites in E x E \ I x I are fixed in state 0 (boundary condition).
41 ALGEBRAIC INVARIANTS ON NEURAL NETWORKS Now call Se the cardinality of G E ~(Y). IT G E ~(") (Y) choose anyone of its elements and call it t,. e. G E dY) \ ~(")(Y), take t, such that t, - k( mod T) i G (being G a k-chain t, is necessarily unique). Then G = it, + Ik( mod T) : ° ~ 1 < sc}. For any G E dY) write te = t, + (s. - l)k( mod T) which is an element of G. 2) == f. + IJ mod T) To illustrate above concepts we shall exhibit two examples. Consider the periodic sequence Y = (0,0,1,1,0,0,1,1,0,0,1,1) with T = 12.
0) = (q', s' , l) then in the next step of time the internal state of T is q', the new symbol in coordinate rno is s' , and the head moves to position rno + l. At each time step the configuration of the Turing Machine T is determined by: its internal state q E Q, the tape coordinate rn E ~ at which the head points, and the string of symbols 8 = (s; : i E ~) E E~n on the tape, where E~n contains the countable set of elements 8 = (s; : i E ~) E E~ with only a finite number of symbols different from o.