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Research Article

Rolling Force Prediction in Heavy Plate Rolling Based on Uniform Differential Neural Network

Table 1

Optimized input-to-hidden layer weights.

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10.4456−0.24140.1351−0.0842−0.48180.17710.9440−0.0075−0.4579
20.04480.1204−0.0670−0.70160.71750.1968−0.46440.70490.9254
3−0.33530.1644−0.73720.28630.02200.5553−0.3442−0.12900.5077
4−0.29480.1012−0.2111−0.58650.02000.48890.2332−0.55470.6458
50.4114−0.46370.14880.28670.08500.06050.1048−0.87420.8624
60.83080.8013−0.75890.29290.6459−0.65070.0033−0.0798−0.6997
70.4553−0.5299−0.33340.6369−0.32790.10810.17220.74680.3356
80.7016−0.11180.8840−0.1757−0.38610.2471−0.05910.4828−0.3004
90.41820.2965−0.3703−0.3109−0.59690.04800.62770.3526−0.5174
100.30910.6404−0.71890.2736−0.07140.19080.0999−0.13870.8122
110.0782−0.14960.39210.2717−0.8132−0.0330−0.3873−0.96120.2904

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