Re: [Q] Good Neural/NeuroFuzzy Software

From: Gary Lynn (gary@nd.com)
Date: Wed Feb 28 2001 - 20:33:11 MET

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    Hello Wail,

    You may want to take a look at the evaluation edition of NeuroSolutions 4.0.
    It includes a couple of Neuro-fuzzy architectures and runs much faster than
    Matlab. This evaluation software will allow you to train and test a network
    with your own data (no limit to the number of records). NeuroSolutions 4.0
    can be downloaded free of charge from:

        http://www.nd.com/download.htm

    I would be glad to answer any specific questions you may have.

    Gary

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    Gary Lynn
    NeuroDimension, Inc.
    gary@nd.com
    

    "Wail" <wail@watfor.uwaterloo.ca> wrote in message news:3A9B3360.3C0CBB72@watfor.uwaterloo.ca... > > Hi, > > I want to train a neural network or a neurofuzzy system to approximate a > highly complex nonlinear 4-input-1-output mapping. I am quite familiar > with Matlab neural and fuzzy toolboxes to train neural networks and > neurofuzzy systems with smaller-scale problems (2-input-2-output system > with a few hundred training patterns, for instance.) However, this time > my problem is huge as I have more than 7,000 training patterns. That's > why I am looking for a software that can handle such a case more > efficiently than Matlab. > > Any help is greatly appreciated. > > Thank you. > > -- Wail > > >

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