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Saturday September 25, 2004
02:20 PM

Neural Net

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I want to learn how to create a neural net. I'm trying to find out, and part of that effort has been adding AI For Game Developers to my Safari bookshelf.
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  • I was also playing around with Neural Nets, but I quickly learned that the existing CPAN modules had documentation that assumed quite a bit of knowledge about NNs. To that end, I wrote AI::NeuralNet::Simple [cpan.org] (for some reason, I have a lot of Simple.pm modules.) That module uses Inline::C to implement an algorithm inspired by the excellent book AI Application Programming [bordersstores.com] by M. Tim Jones. I highly recommend that book as the explanations are lucid and it comes with complete programs, written in C. It also h