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Have you ever wondered how to do face recognition in Java? Furthermore, how would you do music classification in Java? And what about poker hand prediction or the controling of a shuttle landing? Well, you have everything you need for this on the NetBeans Platform out of the box via the Neuroph project, which has published about 30 sample projects
for Neuroph Studio using datasets from the UCI Machine Learning Repository
Neuroph Studio is a NetBeans Platform application that provides a rich GUI for working with the neural network framework Neuroph
. Projects include classification, prediction, recognition, and control problems, and each comes with step by step instructions.
All the sample projects were created by students as a working assignment during a course on Intelligent Systems at the University of Belgrade in Serbia.
Above is an image of Neuroph Studio. Check out the tutorials and join us at the upcoming Neuroph session at JavaOne 2012:
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