Neural Networks
Experiment with TensorFlow and PyTorch
This post describes the usage of some general tools for the generation and visualization of datasets that represent or approximate mathematical objects such as functions, curves and surfaces; such tools are used by other programs described in other posts on this website.
Forecast of univariate and equally spaced time series via various neural network taxonomies implemented with TensorFlow without writing code but only via command line.
Fitting with highly configurable multi layer perceptrons (MLP) of functions, curves and surfaces with TensorFlow and PyTorch.
Highly configurable multilayer perceptron (MLP), implemented in TensorFlow, that fits a curve of a real-valued continuous and limited function defined in a closed interval of the reals.
Highly configurable multilayer perceptron (MLP), implemented in PyTorch, that fits a curve of a real-valued continuous and limited function defined in a closed interval of the reals.
Highly configurable multilayer perceptron (MLP), implemented in TensorFlow, that fits a continuous and limited parametric curve on plane with the parameter belonging to a closed interval of the reals.
Highly configurable multilayer perceptron (MLP), implemented in PyTorch, that fits a continuous and limited parametric curve on plane with the parameter belonging to a closed interval of the reals.
Highly configurable multilayer perceptron (MLP), implemented in TensorFlow, that fits a continuous and limited parametric curve in space with the parameter belonging to a closed interval of the reals.
Highly configurable multilayer perceptron (MLP), implemented in PyTorch, that fits a continuous and limited parametric curve in space with the parameter belonging to a closed interval of the reals.
Highly configurable multilayer perceptron (MLP), implemented in TensorFlow<, that fits a surface of a real-valued continuous and limited two variables real function defined over a rectangle.
Highly configurable multilayer perceptron (MLP), implemented in PyTorch, that fits a surface of a real-valued continuous and limited two variables real function defined over a rectangle.