|Author: Robert Stufflebeam|
Neurons in the brain are able to communicate with one another because they form elaborate information processing networks. Connectionist networks (or artificial neural nets) are special computer programs that simulate those biological networks. This module explains how connectionist networks work.
Below is a web page that hits the highpoints in the three page unit on "Connectionism: An Introduction." The page was created in large font for projecting onto a large screen in a classroom.