It is a nested structure so each neuron feeds into other neurons with dynamic plasticity / rewiring. Right now it has random input and no output but it should modulate signals in temporal sequence. Because it displays as pixels the signal has to be (0 - 255) continues but only as integers not decimals.
A recurrent neural network (RNN) is a class of artificial neural network where connections between units form a directed cycle. This creates an internal state of the network which allows it to exhibit dynamic temporal behavior. Unlike feedforward neural networks, RNNs can use their internal memory to process arbitrary sequences of inputs.
I was wondering if you knew Java?
I mean the one from netbeans not javscript.
I was trying to use JCreator but I was waiting for window 10 upgrade.
So I tried JCreator again but netbeans actually works because you do not need to set it up manually.
I am still confused by threading and do not know what I am doing with OOP. Do you understand OOP?
Tonight I am going to work on the main algarithm of my a.i. program in Java. If you are interested I will send it to you.
I would like to share this with you.
I now know that the waveform of the brain is a compression algorithm of synchronicity.
Even thought i do not know math or computers well i have the intuition of its possibility.
You have many talents and i think you will know how to improve this.
"For an INTP "getting things done" is just pushing matter around, its seems completely arbitrary in the grand scheme of things. At the end of the day you have produced x number of widgets, or sorted 9 different types of tiddly wink into respective tiddly wink sorting bins, but what have you learned, what have you got to show for it? The universe couldn't care less where your tiddly winks are stored, its all just going to decay towards greater entropy eventually anyway. Comprehension is the only thing worth bothering with because we just plain don't think the world is all that special or useful beyond its capacity to supply us with challenging puzzles to solve."