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Drawing convolutional neural networks

I wrote an in-browser tool for this as well: NN-SVG and you can find the source here. Choose from FCNN layout, LeNet layout, and AlexNet layout.
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Drawing neural networks

I wrote an in-browser tool for this: NN-SVG. Choose from FCNN layout, LeNet layout, and AlexNet layout.
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Drawing neural networks

Grant Sanderson a.k.a. 3Blue1Brown writes his own code to produce the figures he presents in his videos. The code is available at https://github.com/3b1b/manim and you may find the code for the neural ...
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Drawing convolutional neural networks

This is great: https://github.com/HarisIqbal88/PlotNeuralNet. Solves my problem well, and is written in python/tex.
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Natural language processing for Russian language

My goto for any natural language work is NLTK which in its own words is: NLTK is a leading platform for building Python programs to work with human language data. It provides easy-to-use ...
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Dynamic network visualisation

You could use the "Network Import Example" Model from Netlogo and customize it with code from the "Network Example" (which shows an animated graph with links flipping around). Both Models are present ...
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Need to find the simplest way to implement a neural network

Apologies if I'm misreading your question, but it sounds like you're looking for software to optimise a single parameter, the pT kinematic cut threshold. A neural network is not a good tool to ...
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Is there a consumer level handwriting synthesis engine?

The Visual Computing department at UCL have published their work in this field. A github repository containing usable code can be found here: https://github.com/thaines/helit/tree/master/handwriting
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C++ Neural Network Library

If it is ok for you to use a Microsoft/.NET solution have a look at CNTK (Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit). https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cognitive-toolkit/ The Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit - CNTK - ...
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