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Hexagonal Maps - Part V; Designing Contiguous Hexagons

Introduction

Admittedly it has been quite a while since I last released a document on my development adventures in military simulation design. I call it such as I rather dislike the term “war game” as the current capabilities of such software applications are now far beyond that of a “game”.   2,132 more words

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CNTK 106 Tutorial - Time Series prediction with LSTM using C#

In this post will show how to implement CNTK 106 Tutorial in C#. This tutorial lecture is written in Python and there is no related example in C#. 1,712 more words

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Deploy CNTK model to Excel using C#

In the last blog post, we saw how to save model state (checkpoint) in order to load it and train again. Also we have seen how to save model for the evaluation and testing. 667 more words

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How to save CNTK model to file in C#

Final process of training is the model which should be used in the production as safe, reliable and accurate. Usually model training is frustrating and time consuming process, and it is not like we can see as demo to introduce with the library. 808 more words

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How to setup learning rate per iteration in CTNK using C#

So far we have seen how to train and validate models in CNTK using C#. Also there many more details which should be revealed in order to better understand the CNTK library. 385 more words

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Testing and Validation CNTK models using C#

…continue from the previous post.
Once the model is build and Loss and Validation functions are satisfied our expectation, we need to validate and test the model using the data which was not part of the training data set (unseen data). 482 more words

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Train Iris data by Batch using CNTK and C#

In the previous post we have seen how to train NN model by using MinibatchSource. Usually we should use it when we have large amount of data. 766 more words

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