Discrete symbolic optimization and Boltzmann sampling by continuous neural dynamics: Gradient Symbolic Computation

4 Jan 2018  ·  Paul Tupper, Paul Smolensky, Pyeong Whan Cho ·

Gradient Symbolic Computation is proposed as a means of solving discrete global optimization problems using a neurally plausible continuous stochastic dynamical system. Gradient symbolic dynamics involves two free parameters that must be adjusted as a function of time to obtain the global maximizer at the end of the computation... We provide a summary of what is known about the GSC dynamics for special cases of settings of the parameters, and also establish that there is a schedule for the two parameters for which convergence to the correct answer occurs with high probability. These results put the empirical results already obtained for GSC on a sound theoretical footing. read more

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