# AI News, Difference between revisions of "Artificial Neural Networks/Recurrent Networks"

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## Difference between revisions of "Artificial Neural Networks/Recurrent Networks"

In a recurrent network, the weight matrix for each layer l contains input weights from all other neurons in the network, not just neurons from the previous layer.

Recurrent networks, in contrast to feed-forward networks, do have feedback elements that enable signals from one layer to be fed back to a previous layer.

context layer feeds the hidden layer at iteration N with a value computed from the output of the hidden layer at iteration N-1, providing a short memory effect.

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