truongthinhs at January 28th, 2008 09:27 — #1
I want to learn about Levenberg-Marquardt learning algorithm. Please show me the detail description of Levenberg-Marquardt learning algorithm for NN.
monjardin at January 28th, 2008 11:39 — #2
Yes sir! Here you go: Levenberg-Marquardt algorithm
In all seriousness, you should really consider doing a google search first. It's proper forum etiquette. A simple query gave me this paper among others: Parallel Levenberg-Marquardt-based Neural Network Training on Linux
oisyn at January 28th, 2008 11:46 — #3
I want to learn about Levenberg-Marquardt learning algorithm.
Perhaps you should use the algorithm to learn the algorithm :happy:
truongthinhs at January 29th, 2008 05:59 — #4
Thank Monjardin and .oisyn very much!
karligula at January 31st, 2008 14:31 — #5
If you're interested in how the brain learns, then this article may be of interest... no easy to use algorithms here but it does sound like they've picked up on a key way the brain learns without being taught, unlike most neural net approaches that I've heard of:
Every now and then I hear of an approach that seems like it's heading in the right direction towards general AI... there's also this from Numenta:
And have you heard of the Blue Brain project?
mihail121 at July 18th, 2008 10:26 — #6
dza at December 29th, 2009 09:50 — #7
I know this is a (very) old thread. Sorry for replying to this post. But if anyone else finds this topic like I did days ago, googling for implementations of neural network learning using the levenberg-marquardt, I just wanted to share a link to a complete implementation of the Levenberg-Marquardt with Bayesian regularization for Neural Networks, written in C#.
I hope it helps.