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Extensible framework that enables productive design, analysis, and execution of arbitrary-sized neural-networks or system on a distributed, scalable, high-throughput runtime platform. Enables synapse-oriented-programming.
SAIM allows to interlink knowledge bases in the Semantic Web. It focuses on instance matching of very large knowledge bases available as SPARQL endpoints. SAIM uses machine learning techniques and is compatible with SILK.
This is the source code for Semi-supervised k-means clusrterer written in java, it implements the constrained k-means.
A bunch of soft-computing libraries, including Neural-Networks, Evolutionary Programming, Fuzzy Systems, Artificial-Life, etc. Written in C language.
It's a student project for SUPINFO .Net labs. It consist to develop a speech-recognition engine for a few words with a database of .vocal stamps.
Text annotation application (Tapp) is a stand alone software component that facilitates the quick annotation of text files for the purpose of creating labelled data for training, testing, and deploying machine learning models
This Project is to make a robotic platform and Soft Brain for a self learning research robot. For making it modular we are using OSGI with rosjava javacv.
Author: Pranav Sahasrabudhe Date: 07 April 09 The principles of Vedic maths can be applied in computer science and artificial intelligence with the help of Artificial Neural Networks. This project tries to provide a proof of concept.
Acquire and manipulate images from a camera in real-time
Weekend-robotics enables the dedicated amateur to build a autonomous robot. It runs on a Linux system for high-level operations and offers an interface to the defacto standard hardware abstraction layer in robotics, Player/Stage.
This is an Internet resource management system that can be used to control both internet and network access of a registered or unregistered user on all kinds of network.
Definir un entorno (medio ambiente) y a micro-organismos (gunus) que vivan en el y se desarrollen es el objeto de este proyecto.
Linear Chain Conditional Random Fields
lstm network library
Controlling movement of a MitMot robot (see more: http://bri.mit.bme.hu/ ) using webcam image recognition, searching and planning.
Rastreie.me Mestrado Profissional em Computação Aplicada UTFPR Dissertação de Mestrado Jean Pierobom firstname.lastname@example.org
Customizable software to smoothly fit non-linear, high-dimensional data. SDK in C with C++ wrappers, plus demo applications (all under LGPL). Versions under Windows and Linux already operational. Further progress depends on your imagination!4 weekly downloads