[per-its; Yiddish. pe-rets] /ˈpɛr ɪts; Yiddish. ˈpɛ rɛts/
I(saac) L(oeb) or Yitzchok Leibush
[yits-khawk ley-boo sh] /ˈyɪts xɔk ˈleɪ bʊʃ/ (Show IPA), 1852–1915, Polish author: writer of plays, poems, and short stories in Yiddish.
Perey (pě-rā’) French physicist who discovered the element francium in 1939.
1. A single McCulloch-Pitts neuron. 2. A network of neurons in which the output(s) of some neurons are connected through weighted connections to the input(s) of other neurons. A multilayer perceptron is a specific instance of this.
[per-sep-tiv] /pərˈsɛp tɪv/ adjective 1. having or showing keenness of insight, understanding, or intuition: a perceptive analysis of the problems involved. 2. having the power or faculty of . 3. of, relating to, or showing . /pəˈsɛptɪv/ adjective 1. quick at perceiving; observant 2. perceptual 3. able to perceive adj. 1650s, from Latin percept-, past […]
/ˈpɛrɛz rəˈvɛːteɪ/ noun 1. Arturo. born 1951, Spanish novelist and writer; his books include The Fencing Master (1988), The Dumas Club (1993), The Queen of the South (2002) and the historical ‘Captain Alatriste’ series, beginning with Captain Alatriste (1996)