A team of scientists at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, has created a glassy carbon nanolattice with single struts shorter than 1 μm and diameters as small as 200 nm — the smallest lattice structure yet produced.
Devilian Form Leveling Guide for the PvE Player
Devilian 101 – Level 52 Jump Start Guide
how to level your talismans
The only talismans you should ever upgrade are level 1 one-stars. It does not matter which cards you combine into it, they will always cost 10 silver each and you do not lose xp. So combine 4 cards into a one star 4 times, and then combine those into another one star. Keep doing this until you have a bunch of level 14 one stars, which you can then use to upgrade the talismans you are going to use.
Devilian 101 – Berserker Full Guide – SpellSword Semi-Tank Build
Berserker end game build
Meet Dash and Dot, your child’s first robot friends
In the 1980s, the Pentagon wanted to harness computer technology to make their tanks harder to attack.
The preliminary plan was to fit each tank with a digital camera hooked up to a computer. The computer would continually scan the environment outside for possible threats (such as an enemy tank hiding behind a tree), and alert the tank crew to anything suspicious. Computers are really good at doing repetitive tasks without taking a break, but they are generally bad at interpreting images. The only possible way to solve the problem was to employ a neural network.
This article will explain the actual concepts of Backward Propagation Neural Networks – in such a way that even a person with zero knowledge in neural networks can understand the required theory and concepts very easily. The related project demonstrates the designing and implementation of a fully working ‘BackProp’ Neural Network library, i.e, the Brain Net library as I call it. You can find the theory, illustration and concepts here – along with the explanation of the neural network library project – in this article. Also, find the full source code of the library and related demo projects a simple pattern detector, a hand writing detection pad, an xml based neural network processing language etc in the associated zip file.
via Designing And Implementing A Neural Network Library For Handwriting Detection, Image Analysis etc.- The BrainNet Library – Full Code, Simplified Theory, Full Illustration, And Examples – CodeProject.