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Joone Complete Guide

Joone Complete Guide

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Published by Chris Nash
Joone (http://www.joone.org/) is a Java framework to build and run AI applications based on neural networks. Joone applications can be built on a local machine, be trained on a distributed environment and run on whatever
device.
Joone (http://www.joone.org/) is a Java framework to build and run AI applications based on neural networks. Joone applications can be built on a local machine, be trained on a distributed environment and run on whatever
device.

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Published by: Chris Nash on Jul 04, 2008
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After having learned how to train and save/restore a neural network, we will
see how we can use the resulting patterns from a trained neural network.
To do this, we must use an object inherited from the OutputStreamSynapse
class, so that we will be able to manage all the output patterns of a neural
network for both the following two cases:

1.User’s needs : to permit a user to read the results of a neural network, we
must be able to write them onto a file, in some useful format, for
instance, in ASCII format.
2.Application’s needs : to permit an embedding application to read the
results of a neural network, we must be able to write them onto a
memory buffer – a 2D array of type double, for instance – and to read
them automatically at the end of the elaboration.

Note: The examples shown in the following two chapters use the serialized
form of the XOR neural network. To obtain that file, you must first create the
XOR neural network with the editor, as illustrated in the GUI Editor User Guide,
and export it using the File->Export menu item.

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