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- A Tcl extension for neural networks processing using the FANN library.
- Lens, by Douglas Rohde
- A neural network simulator that runs on a variety of platforms, is able to handle large, complex simulations, but is also reasonably easy for novices to operate. Written primarily in C, with a Tcl/Tk GUI and an embedded Tcl interpreter.
- A Tcl extension for building, training, testing, and running neural network designs.
- Data for Evaluating Learning in Valid Experiments. Designed to evalute the performane of methods that learn relationships based primarily on empirical data. Written in C and Tcl.
Description edit(RS would call this A little feed-forward back-propagation learning neural network.)There came a time when I needed to do a series of simulations of a feed-forward back-propagation (FFBP) neural network. Rather then spend just an hour doing the homework, I instead spent over 10 hours writing a full-fledged network builder and simulator. As you can see from the screenshot above the result is a little tool that allows the user to graphically draw a network and then run simulations upon it.Features include:
- hidden and bias nodes
- choice of the sigmoid (or logistic function) or bipolar squashing function
- configurable eta value (learning rate)
- learning by way of steepest descent and delta rule
- add momentum value
- better interface for running trials
- This version breaks save file compatibility with previous version!
- Remove nodes and weights by double-clicking them, then clicking on 'Remove' button.
- Show current weights directly on the canvas.
- Adjust weight format using format codes; set string to empty to see raw value.
- Initial hack-ish release.
Xerion is made up of a set of C libraries that can be used to build complex or experimental neural networks, and pre-built simulators written with these libraries. It uses the Tcl command language as its scripting language. Xerion extends the Tcl language by providing commands for: building and modifying neural networks; optimizing functions using many different methods, including conjugate gradient optimization; and examining and modifying C data structures.Xerion has a graphical interface written with Tk. The graphical interface allows you to easily load and examine networks, train them using any of the training methods, and test them on different data.Xerion contains pre-built modules that implement the Back Propagation algorithm and a Mixture of Gaussians that can be trained using EM.
Siemens offers a commercial forecasting product called SENN (Simulation Environment for Neural Networking), which is a C++ library with Tcl interface bindings  .