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JavaNNS is a framework for the development of algorithms for supervised and unsupervised neural network training, as well as for training simple and complex networks in the multi- and single-layer paradigms.
The JavaNNS architecture is strongly inspired by the JavaNNS simulator, but it is meant to be used in a much more general way.
Current features include the following:
* Support for unsupervised training using the well-known Kernighan-Lin algorithm.
* Support for supervised training using the backpropagation algorithm.
* Choice between a synchronous and an asynchronous mode of computation.
* Synchronous mode: The simulation is stopped by the user. It is possible to control the time steps and the convergence conditions.
* Asynchronous mode: The simulation is continuously running. It is possible to control the time steps and the convergence conditions.
* Unsupervised training in the multi- and single-layer paradigms.
* Supervised training in the multi- and single-layer paradigms.
* Training of simple and complex networks in the single-layer paradigms.
* Training of simple and complex networks in the multi-layer paradigms.
* Training of single-layer networks that evolve over time.
* Training of multi-layer networks that evolve over time.
* Link to HTML browsers.
* Training of networks with input and output of different data types.
* Training of networks with initial learning states.
* Training of networks with differing dynamics of neurons and synapses.
* The possibility of training networks of different types, including ones with limited learning rate.
* The possibility of the trainer to export a text-based file containing all the information needed to reproduce the simulated network.
* The possibility of calculating the performance of the network with respect to a given criterion, such as a connectionist or a probabilistic one.
* The possibility of simulating the dynamics of a network in response to external stimuli, such as time-varying inputs and signals.
* The possibility of simulating the output of a network.
* The possibility of generating the train and the test network.
* The possibility of generating the test network with altered initial conditions.
* The possibility of generating the input and output sequences for the training and the testing network.
* The possibility of generating artificial patterns, including noise.
* The possibility of working with very large networks, i.e. networks with several million

 

 

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JavaNNS offers the functionality of SNNS as it has been implemented into a new graphical user interface written in Java. The new user interface allows to save models, train them and run simulations quickly. In addition to that, it allows a virtual user (which behaves like a real user) to look up the results of simulations. Moreover, it offers a lot of visualization tools like, e.g., the histogram, scatter plot, three-dimensional scatter plot or the polar plot. A reference coursebook on neural networks is integrated as well as a menu of common tasks which is called with the “*” symbol.
JavaNNS is compatible with SNNS (JavaNNS is built on top of SNNS). So you may use both versions interchangeably.

Our Mission:

JavaNNS is created with two goals in mind:

JavaNNS simplifies the task of doing neural network simulations.

The user gets the best possible usability without losing any functionality.

Simplicity and usability is supported by the following functionalities:

Currently there is no learning algorithm which is provided as a standard.

All used (neural) networks are scaled to the user-defined size and are provided as trained models.

When not trained (by the user) they are set to random weights and initialized as neurons.

The system allows to save models and to load them again.

The system allows to plot the training process and to run simulations.

The system allows to load and export data files (the files are not saved into the filesystem).

Supported operating systems:

Supported operating systems are Windows, Linux and MacOS.

Supported operating systems:

The graphical user interface (GUI) of JavaNNS is written in Java. Therefore it is platform-independent.
The user-compatibility is supported by the architecture of the simulator which makes it possible to call the manual or reference coursebook (both available in HTML format) from within the simulator. It is supported by the graphical user interface which offers different visualization tools like the histogram, scatter plot, three-dimensional scatter plot, polar plot etc. A user manual is integrated in the simulator which allows to look up all menus.

Open Issues and Related Projects:
In the future the following features should be implemented:

The update interval of the used learning algorithm should be increased. The learning algorithm updates the connection weights after each of the fewest training epochs. So it is a natural choice to have a smaller update interval than the number of training epochs.

JavaNNS Features:

JavaNNS offers a lot of functionalities as it has been designed in two ways:

A batch mode of simulation is included.

A modeling mode of simulation allows to get the software with the features we have mentioned above.

The batch
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It allows to simulate simple or complex neural networks with several types of synapses and/or neuron models.
The simulation can be performed both forward and backward and the spikes are logged for all the neurons that are active during the simulation.

If you wish to try out a small sample model, just choose the provided “matlab” or “java” file, compile and execute. The complete JavaNNS can be downloaded at the following location.

A user guide can be found at the following location:

JavaNNS can be used in two different ways: either by calling directly the JavaNNS jar executable and running a simulation or by providing a configuration file.
In this document, we give a brief description of the first case and refer to the user guide for the second case.

The configuration file allows the user to define the simulation and the simulation data, as well as the neurons parameters.
This file contains the following lines:

Each neuron is described by the following lines:

The first line defines the name of the neuron, the second defines the firing threshold (or “treshold”), the third the firing timescale and the fourth sets the neuron model.

Every neuron, apart from the parameters mentioned above, can have several inputs and several outputs.
In the following lines, a set of input neurons is described.

The first input is set to the same as the “input” parameter of the neurons definition line, except that in the following lines “input” is omitted.

In the following lines, a set of input neurons is described.

The first input is set to the same as the “input” parameter of the neurons definition line, except that in the following lines “input” is omitted.

In the following lines, a set of input neurons is described.

The first input is set to the same as the “input” parameter of the neurons definition line, except that in the following lines “input” is omitted.

In the following lines, a set of input neurons is described.

The first input is set to the same as the “input” parameter of the neurons definition line, except that in the following lines “input” is omitted.

In the following lines, a set of input neurons is described.

The first input is set to the same as the “input” parameter of the neurons definition line, except that in the following lines “input” is omitted.

In the following lines, a set of input neurons is described.

The first input is set to the same as the “input” parameter of the neurons definition line, except that in the following lines “input” is omitted.

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The software allows you to test different neural network types like feed-forward networks, memory networks or spiking networks, to train them and to save and load them.
Furthermore you can feed input data directly into the program and visualize the output data.
The simulations are directly stored into file format.
And if you make a link with HTML browsers you can call for the user manual (available in HTML) or, optionally, a reference coursebook on neural networks directly from within the program.
Finally JavaNNS offers the possibility to train different networks on your own input data.

JavaNNS, short for the Java Neural Network Simulator is the successor of SNNS.
It is based on its computing kernel, with a newly developed, comfortable graphical user interface written in Java set on top of it. Hence the compatibility with SNNS is achieved, while the platform-independence is increased.
In addition to SNNS features, JavaNNS offers the possibility of linking HTML browsers to it which makes it possible to call for the user manual (available in HTML) or, optionally, a reference coursebook on neural networks directly from within the program.
Java Neural Network Simulator Description:
The software allows you to test different neural network types like feed-forward networks, memory networks or spiking networks, to train them and to save and load them.
Furthermore you can feed input data directly into the program and visualize the output data.
The simulations are directly stored into file format.
And if you make a link with HTML browsers you can call for the user manual (available in HTML) or, optionally, a reference coursebook on neural networks directly from within the program.
Finally JavaNNS offers the possibility to train different networks on your own input data./**
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* A classifier for clustering neural networks.
* Classifiers for regression of neural networks.
* The parameter management tool allows you to save your network into files.
* A convenient extension for multilayer perceptron networks: you can visualize the output activation of the hidden layers and the data input on any of them.
* It allows you to visualize the actual trained network (with respect to all layers) with the graphical tool as well as exporting it to a new JavaNNS network.

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In order to make the two flavors, for Windows and Linux, more easily
separable, with the installation on Linux, an installation wizard allows
you to choose the package variant and point of
deinstallation.

Support for Linux is introduced.

Some new function:

You can now resize the input and output vectors, as well as the number of neurons.

A new example of network representation using matrices is provided.

Command line options and a command line scanner have been added.

A net viewer (an HTML interface) is provided.

A reference coursebook has been implemented.

An example is included.

The program has been changed to the GPL license.

The program has been ported to Java 1.5.

A huge number of bugs have been eliminated.

What’s New in Java Neural Network Simulator 2.0:

In order to keep JavaNNS under an ever-growing version number, JavaNNS 2.0 is nothing else but a reorganized version of the old JavaNNS 1.0 that was a reorganized version of SNNS 2.0.

A huge number of bugs have been eliminated.

The program has been changed to the GPL license.

The program has been ported to Java 1.5.

Bug in determining the size of the input vector has been fixed.

The program can now be compiled with GCC or with JDK 1.3

Bug in loading demo files has been fixed.

Bug in calling the code of a network from the reference coursebook has been fixed.

Bug in the program has been fixed.

Bug in displaying the output of a neuron has been fixed.

Bug in computing the input vector has been fixed.

Bug in the interface with Matlab has been fixed.

The version of JavaNNS 2.0 is 2.0.0 (beta)

A New Example of Network Representation:

In the first version, the example of network representation using matrices was provided in a separate network example file.
But the first version’s representation was a rather bad way.
In JavaNNS 2.0, the network representation using matrices is now internally used, thus automatically converting to the network representation using the above mentioned vector-matrix representation.
In the previous version, the network representation using matrices had to be converted manually, which was

 
 

System Requirements For Java Neural Network Simulator:

Supported Operating System
Windows 10/8/7
Processor
1.5 GHz processor or faster
Memory
1 GB RAM
Graphics
Sound
DirectX 11 Graphics Card
Input Device
Mouse and Keyboard
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