Neural Backpropagation

Neural backpropagation is the incident in which the action potential of a neuron creates a voltage spike both at the end of the axon and back through to the dendritic arbor or dendrites, from which much of the unique input current originated. It has been shown that this plain procedure can be used in a manner parallel to the backpropagation algorithm used in multilayer perceptrons, a type of artificial neural network.