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Name:  Sulm
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Date: Around 1993


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Would anyone be able to recommend a good Neural Net book? Does anyone know of a good Unix-based program that is easy to use?



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I do not know of any good books, but there are conference proceedings and an IEEE journal (ask your librarian). A good place to start might be to check the annual index of magazines like BYTE. Also, you should be aware that there are many different species of neural networks. There are a number of commercial neural nets on the market, but there must be some shareware available too. Does anyone know where to start looking?

John Hawley


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