Some articles on tree parity machine, tree parity machines:
... The tree parity machine is a special type of multi-layer feed-forward neural network ... computed as the multiplication of all values produced by hidden elements Output of the tree parity machine is binary ...
... One of the basic attacks can be provided by an attacker, who owns the same tree parity machine as the parties A and B ... He wants to synchronize his tree parity machine with these two parties ... All the three parties update weights in their tree parity machines ...
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