Kenneth G. Schweller

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Three student projects involving neural networks are described. The projects include recognizing handwritten letters of the alphabet, determining the orientation of an imaged line, and recognizing particular rooms of a house based on samples of furniture found in the rooms. All projects were run on a back propagation neural network program implemented in(More)
It is important for students in upper leve l computer science courses to have hands o n experience with concurrent programming bu t this experience is difficult to provide since i t depends on the availability of concurren t languages. Even if such languages are availabl e it is often preferable to do concurrency in a familiar language so that students are(More)
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