Theory of Neural Networks (J. Moody)
Summary of operation:
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For more detailed instructions go to the FAQ page (click here)
For technical specifications to click here
Try it online!
If you have a Windows XP operating system, with Internet Explorer or Mozilla you may find it is not necessary to install the program at all; you're invited to click here to try it online. For Internet Explorer choose 'run' instead of 'save'. For Mozilla choose 'save' then 'open.'
The link above is a small 504 K file called GoldenGem Viewer. Choose to 'load tickers from the internet' from the File: menu, then use the menu to the right of the screen to change between graphs. If it is the first time you've trained a neural network, think of it as a sort of video game, where the goal is to make both indicator lights remain green.
Full installation:1. Local download Link (same as on the home page)
Safety information:1. Mcafee site advisor check of goldengem.co.uk and setupv.exe.
(note that Mcafee Site Advisor seems to be offline though)
2. Digital signature. The 'properties' menu for digitally signed files always includes an extra Digital Signatures tab to ensure that a file has never been altered. It allows you to verify the following information:
Operating systems supported by version 2.4Windows 98, 2000, NT, XP Vista and Windows 7.
Test your copy of GoldenGem
We've made a file of tickers named x, y, z,w containing
for i=1 to 400. Right click proof2.txt and choose 'save target.' Set the ticker names x,y,z,w and file position numbers 1 (blank) 2 (blank) as in the screenshot below. Press the File: button, select 'Browse for new file' and locate the file proof2.txt which you have just downloaded. Then have fun!
The fact we've used repeating functions is just so the viewer can recognize whether the predictions are correct. The program does not use the fact that they are repeating functions in any way. Note that since the DAYS slider is set to 21, the predicted change is given 15 data points ahead, as the DAYS slider is in terms of actual days not including week-ends, so it will state that the prediction is for 15 business days in the future.
Registration is free of charge.The program is freeware and a registration key can be obtained here.
Postal Address: GoldenGem Neural Networks, 12 Armorial Road, Coventry CV3 6GJ, England
Telephone (if dialled from USA): 01144-2476-523490
Software author (if dialled from USA): 01144-2476-417946
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