Commercial Neural Network Software

Ken Itani kitani at ix.netcom.com
Mon Jan 2 16:06:36 EST 1995

In <3dnjp5$cs4 at riscsm.scripps.edu> misrael at scripps.edu (Mark Israel) 

>In article <3deldc$i3s at mserv1.dl.ac.uk>, vanhannen at cl.nioo.nl (Erik van 
Hannen) writes:
>> Hi to everybody,
>> I'm a PhD student in microbial ecology from the Netherlands. One of 
my jobs
>> is to identify flagellates with the use of flow cytometry. I want to 
use a
>> neural network to analyse my data. Up till now I've been using 
BrainMaker to 
>> do the job. But I want to buy a Windows Neural Network program. Can 
>> give me some names of programs or comapanies who sell it?
>   (I've cross-posted this from bionet.software to comp.ai.neural-nets; 
>someone there may be able to give you more specific advice.)
>   BrainMaker *does* run under MicroSoft Windows; so do many other
>Neural Network programs.  There is a list of them in the 
>comp.ai.neural-nets FAQ file.  I have e-mailed you the relevant
>portion.  Others can obtain it by anonymous ftp:
>	ftp rtfm.mit.edu
>	anonymous
>	(your e-mail address)
>	cd /pub/usenet/comp.ai.neural-nets
>	get FAQ_in_comp.ai.neural-nets_--_monthly_posting
>	quit
>or on the World Wide Web:
>	Mosaic http://wwwipd.ira.uka.de/Tichy/neural-net-faq.html
>misrael at scripps.edu			Mark Israel

Mark, I think we may have en EXTREMELY PRECISE neural circuit modeling 
and simulation tool, which is very new and is NOT BASED ON CONNECTIONIST 
paradigm. I fyou are interested, send me your postal mail address, and 
I'll send you a complete packet of information including an example of a 
 4-cell neural module (which in the demo diskette), that alone may 
outperform the entire network of a Connectionist paradigm-based tool.
Regards, --Ken

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