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August 17th, 2012, 06:00 PM   #1
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Neural networks

Hello,

I'd like to learn more about the math behind neural networks

I am a neophyte as far as maths go. I am not a student I can study whatever I want. I don't have much much education past calculus II .

Taughts? Recommendations? What is the best way to reach my goals?
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Re: Neural networks

Start with Linear Algebra, a class about matrix math. A simple neural network can be programmed with basic knowledge of linear algebra.
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