ARCHITECTURE statement, because these are what define the architecture. You can
override all the other values set by ARCHITECTURE by using an INPUT, a HIDDEN,
a TARGET, or a RANOPTIONS statement.
Names the architecture you want to use to construct the network. Only one architecture-name
from the following list can be specified:
ORBFUN Requests an Ordinary Radial Basis Function Network with Unequal Widths.
Requests a Normalized Radial Basis Function Network with Equal Widths and
NRBFEW Requests a Normalized Radial Basis Function Network with Unequal Heights and
Requests a Normalized Radial Basis Function Network with Equal Volume.
architecture name and RANOPTIONS implied by architecture name.
The following definitions apply to the table below:
weights feeding into the unit.
n_hidden_units is the number of hidden units.
is the value of the RANLOC= option.
Specifies the number of hidden units for all architectures other than GLIM.
Requests direct connections from inputs to outputs.
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affect only that statement.
Specifies the filename to which the scoring code is written.
Specifies whether to generate code to compute the error function.
Specifies the format to use for the weights.
Specifies whether to generate code to compute residuals. If you request code for residuals and then
score a data set that does not contain target values, the residuals will have missing values.