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Neural Network Programs

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Neural Network Programs



31 Mar 2007 (Updated )

Neural Network Example Programs

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Perceptron LMS Feed Forward Back Propagation Character Recognition

Required Products Image Processing Toolbox
Neural Network Toolbox
MATLAB release MATLAB 7.0.1 (R14SP1)
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08 Sep 2016 Duc Hoang

09 Nov 2011 Karamos

Hi ,
Can anyone share a code of a generalized hybrid ANNs/ARIMA model where the output of ARIMA is used an input of ANN

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23 Oct 2011 Tallha Akram

Work is good, instead new student in this field can't get any help from this.
Childish way of uploading the program.
Must include text to explain.

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09 Oct 2011 Mr Smart

27 Jul 2011 saurabh mishra

I am new to neural networking.I want train my neural network for pt = [10x7 array],but it is not getting trained.However for pt = [10x4 array] it is being trained properly. Can anybody tell me what is the problem with this code.

pt = [10x7 ] array; % pt = input

t = [4 9 16 25 36 49 64]; % t = target

net = newff(pt,t,10);

net.trainParam.epochs = 500;

net.trainParam.goal = 0.01;

net = train(net,pt,t);

y = sim(net,pt);

Thanks in Advance.

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02 Jul 2011 Adams Black

Good but needs explanations for readers

02 Jul 2011 Adams Black

Good but needs explanations for readers

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02 Jul 2011 Adams Black

21 Jan 2009 Prasenjeet Patil

Good Work But atleast you should have provided Some readme txt.

12 Sep 2008 Murugesan A

03 Jul 2008 saravanan R

not able to understand

16 Jan 2008 Aneesh Ghosh

Poor written codes. As said before , Nair simply dumped the codes. Has posted it just for the heck of it. Poor professional skills!!.

There's no documentation at all, how am anyone supposed to understand it. Contact me if you wish to improve your documentation skills.

14 Jan 2008 achyutananda saint

08 Jan 2008 Do Hieu

good thank

03 Oct 2007 SURA RAMZI


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24 Sep 2007 S K

This is a perfect example of junk submission- posting some badly written homework assignments. Please remove it all from FEX, there is enough junk already.

25 Apr 2007 yy mm

Neural Network Programs

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02 Apr 2007 Scott B.

What these folks are trying to say, Madhu, is that it isn't really acceptable to just dump directories full of your project code onto FEX without some supporting documentation to tie it all together. Folks want to see some explanation of the context and some help regarding what the files do. A minimum example might be to include a .README file that at least explains your work somewhat. There might be gems in there but nobody is going to root through a cryptic directory of NN files.

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02 Apr 2007 Duane Hanselman

Another good example of what the FEX is becoming when all submissions are accepted.

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01 Apr 2007 Dimitri Shvorob

So many files, but no 'readme'? Looks like the author just dumped m-files from a school project. All scripts, nasty programming style (yes, with 'clear'), mysterious text files containing a single number..

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