Ševarac, Zoran
September 2012
InfoM;2012, Issue 43, p40
Neuroph is an open source Java neural network framework, developed at the Faculty of Organisational Sciences, University of Belgrade. It provides a set of Java classes and a GUI tool for working with neural networks. It has a clear structure and,is easy to learn and modify, which makes Neuroph very suitable for research and educational applications. It is being used for research and teaching neural networks at Faculty of organisational sciences. This paper gives an overview of the Neuroph project, its features, design, application examples and comparison with other similar solutions


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