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AMORE: A MORE flexible neural network package

Manuel Castejon Limas, Joaquin B. Ordieres Mere, Ana Gonzalez Marcos, Francisco J. de Pison Ascacibar, Alpha V. Pernia Espinoza, Fernando Alba Elias, Jose M. Perez Ramos

This package was born to release the TAO robust neural network algorithm to the R users. It has grown and I think it can be of interest for the users wanting to implement their own training algorithms as well as for those others whose needs lye only in the "user space".


In The Comprehensive R Archive Network (2014) 
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