HNN

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HNN (stands for Haskell Neural Network library) is an attempt at providing a simple but powerful and efficient library to deal with feed-forward neural networks in Haskell.

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What do you like best?

I have really enjoyed using the HNN user friendly software it has helped me to better have the ability to test and hypothesize the circuit mechanisms of certain tests and equipment.

What do you dislike?

I have not cared for the time it has taken me to login into the program and set the program up on multiple computers throughout the company.

Recommendations to others considering the product

better online training videos and online support.

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hen has made it easier to better understand the inner mechanics of our EEG and egg testing machines and result data. It has proven to be very beneficial for the work place.

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