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Credit Card Fraud Detection Using Self-Organizing Maps and Python

In the previous three articles, we explored the world of Self-Organizing Maps. First, we got some theoretical background on the subject. Then in the second article, we saw how we could implement Self-Organizing Maps using TensorFlow. After that, in the…

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Implementing Self-Organizing Maps with .NET Core

The code that accompanies this article can be downloaded here. In the previous articles, we explored what  Self-Organizing Maps are and how you can implement them using Python and TensorFlow. One of the most interesting things about these networks is that…

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Implementing Self-Organizing Maps with Python and TensorFlow

In the previous article, we got familiar with the main concepts of Self-Organizing Maps. We explored how they utilize different type of learning than we got a chance to see during our trip through the world of artificial neural networks…

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Machine Learning with ML.NET – Comparing Data Exploration in Python with Data Exploration in ML.NET

In the previous articles, we explored possibilities of ML.NET, Microsoft's machine learning framework, quite a bit. In the first article of the series, we got familiar with machine learning concepts and run through some ML.NET basics. Then we solved some…

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Machine Learning in ML.NET – Using Machine Learning Model in ASP.NET Core Application

  The code that accompanies this article can be downloaded here. In the previous articles, we explored how we can use Microsoft's new framework for machine learning - ML.NET. We used different datasets for different purposes and explored how to solve…

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Machine Learning with ML.NET – Solving Real-World Classification Problem (Wine Quality)

Code that accompanies this article can be downloaded here. In the first article of machine learning in ML.NET saga, we explored basics of machine learning and we got our first look at Microsoft's framework for this purpose. There we mentioned that…