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Resource: Public Domain Neural Network Benchmark Databases and Software

(Source: MLSP TC website. Links are updated.)

Public Domain Neural Network Benchmark Databases

Public Domain Neural Network Software Information

  • SOM_PAK: C implementation of the Self Organization Map. You can download it here.
  • LVQ_PAK : C implementation of the Learning Vector Quantization algorithm. You can download it here.
  • PDP++ : C++ PDP simulator based on Vol. 3 of the 1986 PDP book. The new version of PDP++, released 8/21/07, is now called Emergent. Visit the website for more details.
  • MLC++ : Machine Learning Code in C++ Web Site .
  • GENESIS Version 2.0. The new home page for the GENESIS simulator is at http://genesis-sim.org.
  • Khepera Simulator FTP site and README . Please visit the homepage for more details.
  • NN Based System Identification ToolBox in Matlab FTP site and README .


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