Hey! I'm preparing the MCQs sent by students and some groups forgot to put the answers.. so does anyone know the answer to this question in task 3? I'm unsure about mine.. Thanks!
What does hebbian learning NOT account for?
Easy points can be scored on the glasperlenspiel. I would focus my attention on that, being able to give connections on pretty much every term is important (the more original / more distributed over tasks the better). While you're studying that, you automatically also learn for the MCQ. The MCQ were pretty basic last year...
hebbian learning is just the statement "what fires together wires together" and neo hebbian learning puts this statement into mathematical terms :)
Actually, on the discussion board it is stated differently so I'm not sure. The selected mind maps and the discussion board don't say the same thing
they are using this formula: Δwij = η x ai x aj. I think the μ is supposed to be the eta in this case, no idea about the T though. So if you insert the numbers into the formula, you'll get: 0,1x0,5x0,5=0,025. Since we want the new weight we have tu subtract 0,025 from the old wij of 0,5 (which then is 0,475). But this question confused me as well and I'm not entirely sure if the explanation is correct, but this made some sense to me
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for which problems do we have to do the glasperlenspiel again?
The key is online now, as far as I know the result is based on the whole exam, so even if you have more than 5 errors for the 20 multiple choice questions you completed you can still pass if you did the Spiel well.
as i understood it (no guarantee tho): if u think of the original Klondike space, the grey area doesnt have any gold on it so it can't be an oasis. the rarity problem as such i think addresses rather the whole space, because not everywhere is gold. That would leave the plateau, which by definition also says that you dont have any idea where to search next. I guess Isolation could also be applied there, since the shaded area is only very slightly connected to the rest, but I'm not sure. Correct me if I'm worng.
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