Monthly Archives: January 2016

Neural Networks using MLPack

Motivation Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) [1],[2] are a class of algorithms for supervised learning that were motivated by how neurons in the human brain work. A simple ANN is shown below. The input data is vector that is transformed in … Continue reading

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UML Diagram of a Solution to Expression Problem

This page documents UML diagrams for the solutions to the Expression Problem using object algebras as described¬† here¬† by Bruno C. d. S. Oliveira and William R. Cook. Consider a simple expression evaluation consisting only of “literal” and “add”. The … Continue reading

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