(Or “Hopfield model”) A kind of neural network investigated by John Hopfield in the early 1980s. The Hopfield network has no special input or output neurons (see McCulloch-Pitts), but all are both input and output, and all are connected to all others in both directions (with equal weights in the two directions). Input is applied simultaneously to all neurons which then output to each other and the process continues until a stable state is reached, which represents the network output.
- Hop fiend
noun phrase A drug addict; hophead (1898+ Narcotics)
[hop-hed] /ˈhɒpˌhɛd/ noun, Older Slang. 1. a narcotics addict, especially an opium addict. /ˈhɒpˌhɛd/ noun 1. (slang, mainly US) a heroin or opium addict n. “opium addict,” 1911, from hop (n.2) + head (n.) in the drug sense. noun A drug addict; head: deprive a ”hophead” of narcotics/ the bench with its bittersweet words: winos, […]
pugilist or client, one of the two sons of Eli, the high priest (1 Sam. 1:3; 2:34), who, because he was “very old,” resigned to them the active duties of his office. By their scandalous conduct they brought down a curse on their father’s house (2:22, 12-27, 27-36; 3:11-14). For their wickedness they were called […]
noun 1. any of several Eurasian and North American trees of the genus Ostrya, of the birch family, especially O. virginiana, bearing hoplike fruiting clusters.