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Neural Network Examples - Help!

Posted on 1998-12-16
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I have been searching fruitlessly for even a simple example of neural networks written in Visual Basic.  Can anyone help?
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by:JimmieToo
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Apparently Chizl is not familiar with Neural Networks.  I could find no relevant reference at the site he proposed.
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by:jcstrider
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There is a c++ book for neural net algos. I can't remember the exact name but you could probally search amazon.com. I took neural net a couple of years ago. We used a prog called Matlab and it had a c++ addon.
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by:Chizl
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I do just didnt read it clearly..  Sorry..
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by:JimmieToo
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Although I have programmed in several languages over the years, I have successfully avoided C.  Interpreting C language programs is a brutal effort for me.  But thanks for the suggestion.
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by:jcstrider
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Mainly what you want is the algos that are pretty straight forward and don't contain a lot of pointer manipulation and such. I would go to a barnes and noble or something and check it out or maybe search on the authors name and he may have a web site.
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I remember using a package some years ago called WINNN. It needede the VB runtime DLL and some fortran DLL or something.
Either it came with source code or you can contact the writer if he wants to share the sourcecode. It is an old package for win31 and it was shareware
See http://www.industry.net/c/mn/_swwindows/
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