An artificial neural network, or a neural network (NN), is a computational model based on biological neural networks. It consists of an interconnected group of artificial neurons and processes information using a connectionist approach to computation.
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Neural Networks TestA communications system must pass two symbols that are read optically; transmission takes place through a set of six wires in parallel. A symbol is the number 1 and the other is the number 0. Being optically read, the characters are converted into matrices 6 × 5 of ones and zeros.
Sometimes, the system captures the characters with optical making noise, which is not entirely filtering the image, producing "bad" images.
The purpose of this application is, with an input with noise of one of the two characters, to decode to the correct character using neural networks.
To draw the input character, you need to double-click in the input-matrix, then press the button ‘train’, to fill the parameters, and finally press the button ‘solve’.
"AI Neural Network" was submitted by Julio Saucedo.
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