By Simon O. Haykin
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It is important to recognize that the structural levels of organization described herein are a unique characteristic of the brain. They are nowhere to be found in a digital computer, and we are nowhere close to re-creating them with artificial neural networks. Nevertheless, we are inching our way toward a hierarchy of computational levels similar to that described in Fig. 3. The artificial neurons we use to build our neural networks are truly primitive in comparison with those found in the brain.
The presence of nonlinearity in the model of a neuron limits the scope of their application to neural networks. Nevertheless, signal-flow graphs do provide a neat method for the portrayal of the flow of signals in a neural network, which we pursue in this section. A signal-flow graph is a network of directed links (branches) that are interconnected at certain points called nodes. A typical node j has an associated node signal xj. A typical directed link originates at node j and terminates on node k; it has an associated transfer function, or transmittance, that specifies the manner in which the signal yk at node k depends on the signal xj at node j.
The neural networks we are presently able to design are just as primitive compared with the local circuits and the interregional circuits in the brain. What is really satisfying, however, is the remarkable progress that we have made on so many fronts. With neurobiological analogy as the source of inspiration, and the wealth of theoretical and computational tools that we are bringing together, it is certain that our understanding of artificial neural networks and their applications will continue to grow in depth as well as breadth, year after year.