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Prof. Ph.D. Juan-Pablo Ortega

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Time-delay reservoir computers: nonlinear stability of functional differential systems and optimal nonlinear information processing capacity. Applications to stochastic nonlinear time series forecasting

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  • FDM Seminar
When Jul 14, 2017
from 01:00 PM to 02:00 PM
Where Raum 404, Eckerstraße 1
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Reservoir computing is a recently introduced brain-inspired machine learning paradigm capable of excellent performances in the processing of empirical data. We focus on a particular kind of time-delay based reservoir computers that have been physically implemented using optical and electronic systems and have shown unprecedented data processing rates. Reservoir computing is well-known for the ease of the associated training scheme but also for the problematic sensitivity of its performance to architecture parameters. This talk addresses the reservoir design problem, which remains the biggest challenge in the applicability of this information processing scheme. More specifically, we use the information available regarding the optimal reservoir working regimes to construct a functional link between the reservoir parameters and its performance. This function is used to explore various properties of the device and to choose the optimal reservoir architecture, thus replacing the tedious and time consuming parameter scanning used so far in the literature.

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