Learning Precise Timing of Multiple Spikes in Multilayer Spiking Neural Networks Using Supervised Learning Algorithm

  • P. Liyaz , A. Kumar, K.Sathish, P. Leelavathi, B. Surendra Reddy


Preparing a populace of spiking neurons in a multilayer network to fire at different exact occasions stays a difficult undertaking. Defer learning and the impact of a postponement on weight learning in a spiking neural network (SNN) have not been explored altogether.

 We realize that there is nonlinear learning over disseminated multiagent frameworks, where every specialist utilizes a solitary concealed layer feedforward neural system (SLFN) structure to consecutively limit self-assertive misfortune capacities. these techniques are exceptionally engaging for the applications including enormous information. Specifically, every specialist prepares its own SLFN utilizing just the information that is uncovered to itself.

 Then again, the point of the multiagent framework is to prepare the SLFN at every specialist just as the ideal concentrated clump SLFN that approaches all the information, by trading data between neighboring operators.


This paper proposes a novel biologically plausible supervised learning algorithm for learning precisely timed multiple spikes in a multilayer SNNs. Based on the spike-timing-dependent plasticity learning rule, the proposed learning method trains an SNN through the synergy between weight and delay learning.

 The loads of the covered up and yield neurons are balanced in equal. The proposed learning technique catches the commitment of synaptic postponements to the learning of synaptic loads. Communication between various layers of the system is acknowledged through biofeedback signals sent by the yield neurons. The prepared SNN is utilized for the arrangement of spatiotemporal info designs.

 The proposed learning strategy additionally prepares the spiking system not to fire spikes at undesired occasions which add to misclassification. Trial assessment on benchmark informational collections from the UCI AI vault shows that the proposed strategy has tantamount outcomes with old style rate-based strategies, for example, profound conviction organize and the autoencoder models.