A spectral approach to Hebbian-like neural networks

Elena AgliariDomenico LuongoAlberto Fachechi

Elena AgliariDomenico LuongoAlberto Fachechi

Jan 2024

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We consider the Hopfield neural network as a model of associative memory and we define its neuronal interaction matrix $\mathbf{J}$ as a function of a set of $K \times M$ binary vectors $\{\mathbf{\xi}^{\mu, A} \}_{\mu=1,...,K}^{A=1,...,M}$ representing a sample of the reality that we want to retrieve. In particular, any item $\mathbf{\xi}^{\mu, A}$ is meant as a corrupted version of an unknown ground pattern $\mathbf{\zeta}^{\mu}$, that is the target of our retrieval process. We consider and compare two definitions for $\mathbf{J}$, referred to as supervised and unsupervised, according to whether the class $\mu$, each example belongs to, is unveiled or not, also, these definitions recover the paradigmatic Hebb's rule under suitable limits. The spectral properties of the resulting matrices are studied and used to inspect the retrieval capabilities of the related models as a function of their control parameters.