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Web-Based Neural Nets: Interactive Artificial Neural Networks For The Internet : Introduction and Tricks

   by Marcelo Bosque

    iUniverse, Inc.
    22 July, 2004


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Book Description
The new frontier: Internet.

This is one of the limits to the community of Neural Networks today.

Most of the work related to Neural Networks pays little attention to the use of Internet technology. As a matter of fact, the author thinks that some element was needed as a kind of vehicle to bridge these two worlds. This is the reason why Web-Based Neural Networks came to light.

There is a general preconception that Neural Networks, as a field of study, must be difficult to master. Any attempt to simplify the learning process in this field is generally met with sharp criticism. This may reflect a feeling that ordinary people should not understand some subjects.

To counteract these preconceptions and facilitate understanding, Web-Based Neural Networks is presented in a simple and straightforward manner. It is designed for students, first-level programmers, and others who are interested in Neural Networks and how they can be used in conjunction with the Internet.

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