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Neuralysis 1.3

Copy brain's architecture to solve recognition and classification problems


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  • Last Updated: Jun 26, 2008
  • License: Shareware $15.00
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Neuralysis is a Business software developed by Signal Display Systems. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Neuralysis:

BrothersoftEditor: The NEURALYSIS program is a Kohonen-based neural net that mimics the architecture of the brain to solve recognition and classification problems. The user chooses 6 classes of objects (for the demo version) there are to be recognized or classified. The user provides training data based on a percentage of attributes (which could be arbitrary) that consists of sample data that describes objects of each class. As the net receives this data it correlates the sample data with the class of object that is associated with it and this allows the net to form a "conscious-matrix" on the class of objects it is trained with.

The net can be trained continuously with as much data as you wish to provide. The more data you train the net with, the smarter it gets. The outputs of the net are classes that the data can be organized into. After training the net, you provide a subject for Analysis. The net then computes a probability for each class that the subject may belong to. The class with the highest probability is the one the subject most likely belongs to. You can specify an unlimited number of classes (limited to 6 in demo version), and the more classes you provide, the better chance there is of making a PRECISE match.
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