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Deep Belief Nets in C++ and CUDA C: Volume 1: Restricted Boltzmann Machines and Supervised Feedforward Networks
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Windows Development in C++, COM API clients
Using the Facade Pattern to simplify development with COM based APIs'
Repository pattern with Entity Framework Code-First in Composable Service End
Implement Repository, UnitOfWork with Audit support in Composable Service End
30 Oct 2012, 13:07:00 Source: Repository pattern with Entity Framework Code-First in... Tags: Algorithms
Use Strategy pattern to support cloud storage
In this article, I will explain how to use strategy pattern to add accessing cloud storage support in an on-premise application.
Neural Network Back-Propagation for Programmers
Back-propagation is a complex, but tricky to code, algorithm that can be used to train a neural network. James McCaffrey explains how to implement back-propagation.
Image Inpainting Technique using Local Binary Pattern based Texture Inpainting
Easy Image Inpainting using Local Binary Pattern
25 Sep 2012, 10:17:00 Source: Image Inpainting Technique using Local Binary Pattern... Tags: Algorithms
Cryptography : Symmetric Encryption by Symmetric Algorithm Classes – Part 1
This Blog enable you to understand the basic of Cryptography with Symmetric Encryption Algorithm Classes.
18 Aug 2012, 12:05:00 Source: Cryptography : Symmetric Encryption by Symmetric... Tags: Algorithms
Evolutionary Optimization Algorithms
Why should you be interested in evolutionary optimization algorithms? There are at least three good reasons, James McCaffrey points out, and he shows you how to code them. An evolutionary optimization algorithm is an implementation of a meta-heuristic modeled on the behavior of biological evolution. These algorithms can be used to find approximate solutions to difficult or impossible numerical minimization problems.
Understanding and Implementing the Command Pattern in C++
Understanding and implementing the Command Pattern in C++.
9 Mar 2012, 13:37:00 Source: Understanding and Implementing the Command Pattern in C++ Tags: Algorithms
Large Scale Machine Learning using NVIDIA CUDA
From spam filters to movie recommendation and face detection, nowadays machine learning algorithms are used everywhere to make the machine think for us. But, running these algorithms require high computation power and in most cases supercomputers. This is where the 500 core GPUs step in...
Is a Point inside a Polygon?
A short and efficient algorithm for checking point inclusion in a polygon.