Whoa, cool, the parent directory is publicly accessible! And it's chockablock full.
Of course it's indexed here:
With gems like: A study of rough amplitude quantization by means of Nyquist sampling theory (1956) I bet someone'll get a few days reading outta this.
I wonder why it is that articles written from way back when very often seem to have a way higher average quality than the stuff written today. I'm not sure the sole reason is that the only thing that survives is the high quality stuff, or because anyone can publish anything on the web, thus lowering the bar. It feels like even the peak of what we find today is rarely as good as the average found back then.
Rumelhart is the co-author of a multi volume work called "Parallel Distributed Processing". PDP was the old term in use when Rumelhart and McClelland repopularized artificial neural network techniques in the 80s. Interestingly enough, rumelhart and McClelland were cognitive scientists by training, not computer scientist ones.
Shockingly easy to read, explained in plain language. I didn't remember neural net articles being so accessible, especially old ones.
Hints for successful application are funny to read. Each and every word in there has been the subject of tons of papers.
* spotted Hinton in references, hehe, he was famous when neural nets were a joke
This explains the basic ideas really well without messing up with implementations and frameworks.
This is nice
what are neural networks good for?