previous post introduced ojAlgo’s Artificial Neural Network feature. It did so by presenting a fully functional program that trained and evaluated a network model to categorise handwritten digits using the MNIST data set. That example then included all necessary pre and post processing as well as code that would generate the actual image (*.png) files. All of that may have obscured just how simple it is to work with ojAlgo’s neural networks.

The code below is not complete – it simply outlines the basic steps involved to build, train and use a neural network with ojAlgo.

Now have a look at that fully functional example