[erlang-questions] fannerl, erlang bindings to FANN, the Fast Artificial Neural Network library

Erik Axling axling@REDACTED
Thu Nov 19 22:33:06 CET 2015

Looks like there is a problem encoding large maps (>32 pairs) from a port
driver in Erlang/OTP version >= 18.0. Created a bug on Erlang/OTP
http://bugs.erlang.org/browse/ERL-47 to clear out if my code is doing
something wrong.

On Thu, Nov 19, 2015 at 5:19 PM, Erik Axling <axling@REDACTED> wrote:

> Hello!
> I would like to promote an application that I have made called fannerl. It
> is erlang bindings to the FANN, Fast Artificial Neural Networks, library
> written by Steffen Nissen. To see more about FANN please check out:
> http://leenissen.dk/fann/wp/
> Fannerl is a port driver that interfaces the libfanndouble version of
> FANN. A lot of the functionality is interfaced, not all though, please see
> the Github repo for more information.
> Github Link:
> https://github.com/axling/fannerl
> Docs:
> http://axling.github.io/fannerl/
> Releases:
> https://github.com/axling/fannerl/releases
> Currently the only release is v1.0.0-alpha.
> The github repo contains examples of how to use fannerl and you can also
> read the docs there.
> Consider this in alpha mode as I have only tested this on a Mac OS X
> machine as of yet. I would much appreciate your help in testing this on
> other platforms. Please report any problems either directly to me, or even
> better use the issue tracker in github so more people can see the current
> issues.
> Note, Erlang/OTP version must be at least 17.0. FANN version must be at
> least 2.2.0.
> Best Regards
> Erik Axling
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