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PlanarTrainer

About

PlanarTrainer

PlanarTrainer is an open source Computer Vision (CV) tool for finding, matching and selecting and then saving selected features from a training image to a database (currently just flat YAML, JSON and XML files). It also supports testing pose algorithms using matched features. As the name would suggest, it is targeted mostly at planar feature matching, although it does support right clicking keypoints to save manually measured 3D information, or to load correspondences between 3D coordinates in a training image with image locations in a query image using a text file (see also for 3D pointcloud to 2D feature selection, although the UI still requires some work. )


7 hours

$1,990

Facial Attributes Analysis Convolutional Neural Networks

About

The goal of the course is to implement a convolution neural network to determine whether the person in a portrait image is wearing glasses or not and train it on the Celeb images, tune hyperparameters and apply regularization to improve performance. The celebA dataset is used for training and testing the convolutional neural network. The CelebA dataset is not included in the repository due to its large size.


7 hours

$1,990

Image Classifier Cli

About

Image Classifier CLI

An easy-to-use CLI tool for training and testing image classifiers.

Key Features

  • Can handle ANY image size (but you need to specify it!)

  • Can handle ANY number of labels

    Limitations

  • All data are assumed to be of SAME size

  • Classes are based only on existing data


7 hours

$1,990

Tfjs Node Saving Parallel Training

About

This node server allows saving individual layers so that multiple computers can work in parrallel to train a multilayer model Sept 8, 2018 Still a work in progress but is basically working. Note: I can't run this from github so people will have to load their own node server. I made this on cloud 9 ( http:c9.io now absorbed by AWS) so not sure how it will work on your server. On cloud nine use these steps. (On your machine you may have to place "sudo" infront of each step)

  1. nvm install 8 (Only needed on cloud9 to insure using nodejs version 8 or above)
  2. npm install
  3. chmod 766 multi-layer-0.txt (Set permissions on the data files so web users can write to the files)
  4. chmod 766 multi-layer-1.txt
  5. chmod 766 multi-layer-2.txt
  6. chmod 766 multi-layer-3.txt
  7. edit the password and the URL inside the code
  8. node multi-layer-server.js
  9. (Load the webpage however that happens on your server. Hopefully you can click a link in the output from multi-layer-server.js).

7 hours

$1,990

Ai Learning Environments

About

Environments and simulators for Learning Algorithms

Collection of environments, simulators and competitions for training & benchmarking Reinforcement Learning and AI algorithms.

Collections of environments

Gym. Collection of classic environments for benchmarking RL, such as Atari, MuJoco, etc (OpenAI).

Gym Universe. Huge collection of various environments for benchmarking RL (OpenAI). ALE. Arcade Learning Environment with Atari games (Marc Bellemare).

Pycolab. Customized Grid-World env (DeepMind).

Vehicle Simulation

Carla (Intel, Toyota). AirSim. Realistic autonomous vehicle simulator (Microsoft).

Navigation

Deepmind Lab. 3D Navigation in Labyrinths (Deepmind). VizDoom. 3D Shooting and Navigation Doom game.

Project Malmo. 3D Navigation and Quest Solving in Minecraft game (Microsoft). AI2Thor. Home indoor 3D Navigation.

HoME Platform. Home indoor 3D Navigation. Based on SUNCG dataset.

MINOS. Home indoor 3D Navigation. Based on SUNCG and Matterport3D datasets (Intel). House3D. Home indoor 3D Navigation & Visual Question Answering. Based on SUNCG dataset (Facebook).

GibsonEnv. Home indoor 3D Navigation & Locomotion. Based on Gibson, SUNCG, Stanford 2D3DS and Matterport 3D datasets (Stanford).

Gym-Maze. 2D navigation in customizable mazes.

Strategies

PySC2. Starcraft II strategy learning environment (Deepmind, Blizzard).

TorchCraft. Starcraft I strategy learning environment (Facebook).

Locomotion

Roboschool. Locomotion, replicates proprietary MoJoCo environments with additional improvements; OpenAI

Control Suite. Set of locomotion environments based on MuJoCo physics engine (DeepMind).

Multi-Agent RL

PommerMan. Multi-Agent (up to 4 players) "Bomberman"-like game.


7 hours

$1,990

Talktomegoose

About

Talk to Me Goose (TTMG)

A League of Legends training tool

What is TTMG?

This is a simple application for helping you improve your League of Legends skills. The idea is simple, have someone hinting at you to remember to do important things throughout the game. Many people have recommended having a metronome clicking in the background to teach to you look at the mini-map. I've taken that idea a bit further to allow you to have your computer speak a custom set of phrases to you as you play the game to remind you to do many other important things while you play.


7 hours

$1,990

Es Rl

About

Es - Rl

Training of neural networks using variations of 'evolutionary' methods including the 'Evolutionary Strategy' presented by OpenAI and Variational Optimization.

Local installation

To create a new environment with the required packages, run or to update an existing environment to include the required packages, run Any of these two commands will create an Anaconda virtual environment called ml

HPC installation

To run the code on the High Performance Computing Cluster at the Technical University of Denmark first of all requires a user login.

Pip

The easiest way to create the environment on the HPC is using pip. The script hpc_python_setup.sh will setup up the environment. The environment is called mlenv in this case.

Anaconda

Anaconda can be installed on the HPC. Get the latest 64 bit x86 version from .

  1. Move the downloaded .sh file to the root of the HPC.

  2. Install Anaconda by calling bash Anaconda3-5.0.1-Linux-x86_64.sh at the root.

  3. Follow the installation instructions. My personal root directory is /zhome/c2/b/86488/

    Executing jobs on HPC

    Connecting

    A connection to the HPC can be established by SSH by A local mirror of the user folder on the HPC can be created by sshfs

    Submitting

    A single job can be run (not submitted) by executing the run_hpc.sh script. An entire batch of jobs can be submitted using the submit_batch_hpc.sh script. The specific inputs to each of the jobs must be specified in this script in the INPUTS array. An example call to submit_batch_hpc.sh which is This will submit a series of jobs named "SM-experiment-[id]" with wall clock time limit of 10 hours, requesting a 24 core machine on the hpc queue

    Monitoring

    The data-analysis/monitor.py script allows for monitoring of multiple jobs running in parallel, e.g. on the HPC. The script takes a directory of checkpoints as input and uses the saved stats.pkl file. It saves summarizing plots in the source checkpoint folder and displays statistics in the console.


7 hours

$1,990

Rnn Model

About

Character level language model

A Recurrent Neural Network for training and sampling character-level language models in Tensorflow. In the example below we use a list of dutch cities as input and we generate new city names by learning the character level patterns in the existing names. The model generates new sequences of characters using the patterns in the input sequence.


7 hours

$1,990

BillWiz

About

BillWiz

Why we developed it?

It is a group work for software system development capability training in NPU(Northwestern Polytechnical University), 

Functions

1.Register.

2.Log in and log out.

3.Add bill to account book.

4.Add a tag for each bill.

5.Edit bill record.

6.Check for bill log in the view of TODAY, MONTH, TAG, and CUSTOM.

7.Set an upper limit for one month, it will remind you if you spend too much money!

8.Check the Aboout for help.

About

When we learned to write Android application, we used a lot of open source code to demo and test.


7 hours

$1,990

Learn Mambas

About

Mambas is a web based visualization tool to manage your Keras projects and monitor your training sessions.

What is included?

As of today, the following functionalities have been implemented:

  • Managing different Machine Learning projects
  • Monitoring and managing training sessions of a single project
  • Adding custom training metrics to monitor
  • Displaying training hyperparameters
  • Exploring Neural Network layers and weights

Content

  • Installation
  • Getting started
    • Run
    • Create Mambas project
    • Add Mambas callback to Keras

 


7 hours

$1,990

Multilayer Descriptors For Medical Image Classification

About

Multilayer-descriptors-for-medical-image-classification

Developing a method for improving the performance of 2D descriptors by building an n-layer image using different preprocessing approaches from which multilayer descriptors are extracted and used as feature vectors for training a Support Vector Machine. The different preprocessing approaches are used to build different n-layer images (n 143, n 145, etc.). We test both color and gray-level images, two well-known texture descriptors (Local Phase Quantization and Local Binary Pattern), and three of their variants suited for n-layer images (Volume Local Phase Quantization, Local Phase Quan- tization Three-Orthogonal-Planes, and Volume Local Binary Patterns).


7 hours

$1,990

Few Shot Learning

About

Few Shot Learning

The process of learning good features for machine learning applications can be very computationally expensive and may prove difficult in cases where little data is available. A prototypical example of this is the one-shot learning setting, in which we must correctly make predictions given only a single example of each new class. Here, I explored the power of One-Shot Learning with a popular model called "Siamese Neural Network".

Table of Contents


7 hours

$1,990

Momo Developer Training Slides

About

Welcome to MoMo API Developer Training Slides

Hello and welcome to the MoMo Developer Training. Some of the themes we shall explore today: Let's get started

Introduction

So, why an open API?

MTN Uganda posits that an Open API will enable third parties to easily develop, test and deliver new value propositions are likely to produce innovative solutions that entice customers to transact more digitally.

Possible use cases to explore

Authorization and Authentication

API Requests with Curl

Sample Code Walkthrough

Best Practices


7 hours

$1,990

Wiseowl

About

WiseOwl

This is a Fact based Question Answering System using Apache Solr as backend search engine, Wikipedia dumps as information source, Apache velocity , Html, Css for Web interface Design. The project also uses Linux bash script to perform its various functions like start,stop,training and indexing

Features:

  • Fast and reliable searching using open source Apache Solr 6.3.0 and Apache Lucene 6.3.0 projects. Apache Solr is used as a search engine which uses capabilities of Apache Lucene to profide searching.

  • Custom-made Query Parser based on Apache Lucene 6.3.0 specially optimized for Question Answering.

  • Named Entity Recognition and Time normalization during indexing using StanfordCoreNLP.

  • Automatic cleaning and parsing of Wikipedia Raw text from the wikipedia dumps. It is achieved by using Lucene 6.3 benchmark classes and WikiClean Project.

  • Answer Type Classification of given question using Apache OpenNLP's Maxent Models, Models are trained on data taken from thesis by Tom Morton, tagging aroung 1800 handnpicked questions.

  • Currently the project is more optimised for Description Type Answers.

  • Sleek user interface by combining elements of css, html and Apache Velocity.

  • Bash script which uses underlying solr scripts to provide functionality of starting, stoping, indexing and training.


7 hours

$1,990

Custom Rpi0

About

Raspberry Pi Model Zero

This is the base Nerves System configuration for the Raspberry Pi Zero and Raspberry Pi Zero W. Image credit

Supported OTG USB modes

The base image activates the dwc2 overlay, which allows the Pi Zero to appear as a device (aka gadget mode). When plugged into a host computer via the OTG port, the Pi Zero will appear as a composite ethernet and serial device. When a peripheral is plugged into the OTG port, the Pi Zero will act as USB host, with somewhat reduced performance due to the dwc_otg driver used in other base systems like the official nerves_system_rpi.

Supported WiFi devices

The base image includes drivers for the Red Bear IoT pHAT and the onboard Raspberry Pi Zero W wifi module (brcmfmac driver). If you are using another WiFi module (for example, a USB module), you will need to create a custom system image. Before doing this, check if the better for you. That image configures the USB port in host mode by default and is probably more appropriate for your setup.


7 hours

$1,990

SemanticRoleLabeler

About

This is Multilingual Semantic Role Labeler being modeled for Chinese. This project is the master project containing all relevant code for dealing with SRL . It includes various modules

  1. Data Validation Module Validated data in CONLL data format tagged by human annotators. There are lots of functionalities here.
  2. SRL Trainer
    • Train POS , Dependency Parser Tagger
    • Train SRL
  3. Utility Programs
    • Dealing with Data manipulation, generation for further analysis in Python
    • Extractors for POS from different datasets

7 hours

$1,990

LeNet

About

Implement the LeNet using tensorflow to recognize handwritten number. Training with MNIST. Some modifications here

  1. Training with MNIST set with image size 28 * 28. To match the size of LeNet, the first convolution layer applied padding.
  2. Using Relu instead of Sigmod as activation function.
  3. Applied dropout in the FC layer. This net can get 99.1% correct rate on MNIST test set.

7 hours

$1,990

Transparent Keras

About

Transparent Keras

Transparent Keras aims to provide a very simple way to look under the hood during training of Keras models by defining an extra set of outputs that will be returned by train_on_batch or test_on_batch. The API is extremely simple all that is provided is a TransparentModel that accepts an extra constructor keyword argument observed_tensors. The created model should behave exactly like a Keras model except for the functions (train|test)_on_batch, which return the extra tensors as after their normal return values.


7 hours

$1,990

Data Mining

About

Data-Mining

Preprocessed and analyzed the housing affordability dataset using SAS.
Predicted the current market value of a house/apartment by dentifying the main criteria that determines this value.
Implemented regression analysis and determined the significant variables.
Split original dataset into training and test datasets to score each models ability to predict the correct values for the target variable.


14 hours

$3,980

NeuralNetworkQuadraticLinePredictor

About

NeuralNetworkQuadraticLinePredictor

This program uses a standard multilayer perceptron neural network which during the first part of the program is trained to recognize the pattern of a line drawn using a quadratic equatinon. The second part of the program automatically predicts points of the line based on inputs, by making use of the training given to it earlier. The program is designed with object oriented programming, and is very flexible in being able to handle multiple inputs, outputs and hidden layers.


7 hours

$1,990

Kerasgym

About

KerasGym

This package was written to simplify the task of keeping track of keras deep learning models while working on a real-world problem. I found that being able to re-visit previous experiments, especially for comparing training curves and using saved models for prediction, was rather useful. This gym is under construction.

Quick start

Requires keras.


7 hours

$1,990

Splitting Datasets

About

Splitting-Datasets

A C++ tool to split a dataset into the training and test set, and split the trainind dataset for K-fold cross validation It also record image file names in each subset and save them in a seperate text file two modes

basic_split, cross_validation example command input(7 classes, 5-fold cross-validation):

./dataset 0123456 training(generated in basic_split) test(generated in basic_split) after cross_validation ./dataset/traning cr1cr2cr3cr4cr5


7 hours

$1,990

Stylus

About

Smart Stylus

An offline handwriting recognition pen like hardware and tensorflow based model implementation that will type what you write with it. Right now it supports english alphabets and numbers. That are 62 symbols!

Screenshot

Smart Stylus from scratch

Trained Model in Action

Basic Hardware Concept

The circuitry used by a mouse for recognizing and tracking movement have been embedded in the structure of a pen . Thus ,when you use the pen to write the CNN converts them to letters and produces a typed result.

Model

Structure

Can I edit the model?

Yes, Model structure is stored seperately in models/cnn.py. Train.py expects following function from a model script And it should return x, y, y_true, optimizer


7 hours

$1,990

Training.CSharpWorkshop

About

Training.CSharp Workshop

This workshop is intended to be used as a tool by an instructor working with those interested in learning to program in C#. As such there are some gaps where there is assumed knowledge or a mentor ready to assist. For those going solo, Google is your friend. Start by opening the Word document under the "docs" folder and follow the instructions for installing Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition and start the lessons. The rest of the files here excluding the .md files are the C# Workshop source files. By reviewing the Commits you'll see every lesson is a changeset that you can compare with your code if you run into any problems. You'll be introduced to Visual Studio, an integrated development environment (IDE), which is where you type and compile your code. You could use notepad and other tools, but I prefer Visual Studio. This workshop heavily promotes unit tests. Introductory discussions on design patterns including repositories are brought up, though nothing in-depth. Once you reach the object-oriented programming (OOP) descriptions, don't worry if you don't get it right away. Continue with the workshop and slowly you'll come to put the pieces together. This section is by far the hardest concept for new developers to grasp, so don't despair. There are plenty of WIKI articles on the web that can further assist you. The key point for this workshop is to keep doing the workshop as doing it helps you get to the AHA moment where everything comes together. If for any reason the installation instruction or extensions don't work as expected, please realize that these tools change very frequently. A quick search on the web will usually help you find what you need. Always try the StackOverflow articles first as they are usually more relevant and on point.


7 hours

$1,990

Caffe Monitoring

About

Caffe Monitoring

A simple tool for monitoring caffe training process. Clone this repository into your public_html folder to be able to monitor your network optimisation from a web browser. Loss and accuracy charts are plotted automatically and updated at a chosen time interval.

Plotting loss

  1. Redirect caffe output to a file: caffe train -solver=solver.prototxt -weights=VGG_FACE.caffemodel -gpu=0 2>&1 | tee log.txt

  2. Make sure log.txt has reading permissions.

  3. In the caffe-monitoring directory, create a symbolic link to your log.txt file: ln -s /path/to/log.txt log.txt

  4. When accessing your public_html page from a web browser, if log.txt is listed under caffe-monitoring directory, then you are good to go.

  5. Open caffe.html and type log.txt in the Filename input.

  6. Choose polling interval for chart updates (defaults to 60 seconds).

  7. Press start button.

    Plotting accuracies

    If you would like to also plot test accuracies, you may want to write your own python layer for that. As the caffe-monitoring tool uses regular expressions to fetch data from caffe logs, some rules should be followed when printing your results.

  8. To plot individual accuracies for each class of your problem: print "Test result: class = {0}, accuracy = {1}".format(class, '%.3f' % accuracy)

  9. To plot the mean accuracy: print "Test result: mean, accuracy = {1}".format(class, '%.3f' % numpy.mean(accuracies))

  10. To print class labels instead of numbers: print "Label for class {0} = {1}".format(class, class_label)

  11. Do not forget to force the buffer to stdout after the these printing: sys.stdout.flush()

  12. In the Classes input, type the classes your would like to plot values to. The list must be comma-separated. Ex: 0,1,2.

  13. Press stop button.

  14. Press start button.


7 hours

$1,990

FaceTrainAndDetect

About

FaceTrainAndDetect

Training and detecting facial models base on Opencv

Requirements

  • WebCamera

  • Windows 7 or later

  • OpenCV 3.0(with opencv_contrib) or later

  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 In my test, folder [ORLface]() contains facial samples of 40 people (each person has 10 picture samples). You can train your own samples by placing the samples in the specified folder. You also can catch facial samples by your webcamera, the program will save the facial images in the specified folder automatically.

    Progress

  • 2017-07-01 The code can train the model successfully. Through the test, the models is available.

  • 2017-07-02 Improved the logic of loading facial samples. The directory structure such as -->SampleDIR-->label(int)-->xxx.bmp

  • 2017-08-04 Added automatic catch facial sample program. Through the test, using the same webcamera for sample collection and facial testing, the results are better.


7 hours

$1,990


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