On E'Dorra Neural Network Technology
Electronic Brain groups and presents a recent set of research papers written by the author and accepted by many high level international conferences from 1998 to 2010. The main idea is to find a model for a new neural network, then associate to it a learning method to simulate a human brain in its dynamic process, and achieve separated learning, continued learning, and artificial forget.
The book is designed for (but not limited to) researchers, post graduate students in computer science, electronics, robotics and other fields, that cover artificial intelligence, applied mathematics and hybrid systems (biology-mathematics-psychology).
The principal ideas in the book could be developed with your participation: read it and get back to us with your impressions, comments and criticisms.
An Epic WW2 Shipwreck & Survival Story
24th August 1941 – Hull, England
15-year-old James Nicholson Meeks boarded his first ship; the SS Peterton, bound for Buenos Aires.
Two months short of 16, it was his first voyage as a Merchant Navy Apprentice.
He was joined on board by an even younger recruit, 15-year-old Edward Briggs Hyde from Cullercoats, and 18-year-old Jack Morley from Hull.
Less than four weeks later, SS Peterton was sunk by three torpedoes fired by German U-boat U-109, commanded by U-boat Ace Heinrich Bleichrodt.
The surviving crew members found themselves in two lifeboats drifting in the Atlantic, hundreds of miles off the west coast of Africa.
With their Captain seized by the U-boat, the fate of the crew lay in the hands of senior men; like 2nd Officer George Howes from Hull and Chief Engineer Thomas Gorman from North Shields.
The struggle for survival had only just begun and would test each and everyone to the limit.
This incredible story is based on interviews and testimonies from the survivors and is now documented here for the very first time.
Newcastle United - Sweet FA
Sweet FA is a nostalgic and humorous look back at the worst Newcastle United players of the last 25 years. It’s a trip down a memory lane littered with the likes of Hodges & Hendrie, Ranson & Sansom, Stimson, Aitken and The Magic of Mitchell. This book is about the players who arrived with bags of potential and left with bags of money.
Newcastle United - Sweet FA
It’s about those players who came with huge reputations, which they went on to destroy almost immediately, and those who started off badly and maintained that poor form for years. It’s about the players we loved to hate and a lot more than just eleven reasons why our club continues to win Sweet FA.
“Everybody told me this change [of leagues] would be beneficial to me, but, as I almost never play, I haven’t been able to find out,” said Xisco, who has been heavily linked with a return to La Liga ever since Keegan’s departure. “But I have experienced worse situations. No pain, no gain. I believe I will succeed in England. Besides, you learn a lot from such a situation.”
Luke Edwards, The Journal
You do, mate, you do indeed!!!
The Geordie Godfather
and the Boy from Barnardo's
John "Mario" Cunningham has written an autobiography about his amazing life which includes sensational details of his escape from prison, his criminal career and being reunited with his brother after 67 years. The title of the book says it all. The Geordie Godfather and the Boy from Barnardo's is former gangster John "Mario" Cunningham's tell-all life story.
The Geordie Godfather
In this book John "Mario" Cunningham reveals secrets about his abusive childhood in a children's home and about his work as a full-time villain masterminding a string of post office robberies and bank raids across Tyneside and the UK.
The book reveals all about his life of crime as well as heartwarming personal moments such as the day he met his brother for the first time in almost seven decades.
The title refers to John, The Geordie Godfather, and his brother Harry, the boy from Barnardo's, who had a happy childhood in a care home and led a very different life to his criminal sibling.
The book begins with the ex-convict explaining why he believes he turned to crime after witnessing violence and abuse at a children's home in County Durham, and how it affected the rest of his life.
John had been taken into care at the age of four months after police found him living in squalid surroundings.
He said: "I have no fear and some people say I have no heart, or at least, if I did have a heart it would be made of stone".
The Hunt for the Ripper Hoaxer
“The scent was falsified by a cynical, almost inhuman, hoaxer, I refer to the tape and letters. I express the hope that one day he may be exposed.”
Mr Justice Boreham
the judge during the trial of Peter Sutcliffe
“I thought it was a diversion so I could be left to carry on. It served to take a great deal of the investigation elsewhere.”
The Yorkshire Ripper
“It led to the needless deaths of the Ripper’s last three victims. I have always regarded this issue and its eventual conclusion to be of major public interest.”
Wearside MP for Houghton and Washington
"In summary, at the end, every bloody thing was right except the words ‘has a Wearside accent’."
second in command of the Ripper Squad
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