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Topic: Neural network on Matlab and C code for PIC implementatiion
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Re: Neural network on Matlab and C code for PIC implementatiion
Posted: Nov 12, 2012 10:01 PM
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I used it on AVR microcontrollers. But the important thing is that whatever neural network is coded using this software, is just like a 'function' block. It can surely be copied in 'while()' loop of any microcontroller code.

only u will nees to map input & output variables of that 'function' block to the standard inputs & outputs of the microcontroller code.

"Ahmed Hakim" <> wrote in message <k7rqhj$qu7$>...
> "manish " <> wrote in message <jv5iq6$qi3$>...
> > "Ahmed Hakim" <> wrote in message <gla910$lnb$>...
> > > Hi all
> > > I would Like to get any help if I can get use of Matlab Neural Network Toolbox to create a net and train it
> > > then convert this to C cide to be implemented on a PIC microcontroller???????
> > >
> > >
> > > Is this allowed?
> > > How Can it be Done?
> > > I have some experience about Matlab NN and very little on PIC programming
> > > thanks anyway for reading my topic

> >
> >
> > Use "multiple backpropagation tool".. it directly converts neural network to C code compatible with any microcontroller. its very advanced. download from,
> >
> >

> Hi manish...
> Great but.......
> Does this tool ("multiple backpropagation tool") converts the trained NN into C code compatible with PIC or arduino??
> Which Microcontroller can be used for this converted code...............Thanks alot for this help

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