Backpropagation algorithm 
Backpropagation is an algorithm used to teach feed forward artificial neural networks. It works by providing a set of input data and ideal output data to the network, calculating the actual outputs and backpropagating the calculated error (the difference between the ideal and actual outputs) using gradient descent. This is useful for learning specific patterns of input and output data in order to be able to reproduce them afterwards even from slightly different or incomplete input data. Neural networks are able to learn any function that applies to input data by doing a generalization of the patterns they are trained with.


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jVectormap 
jVectorMap uses only native browser technologies like JavaScript, CSS, HTML, SVG or VML. No Flash or any other proprietary browser plug-in is required. This allows jVectorMap to work in all modern mobile browsers

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Bootstrap 
Sleek, intuitive, and powerful front-end framework for faster and easier web development.


http://leapfrogui.com/controlfrog/cf/documentation.html

http://leapfrogui.com/controlfrog/

http://bootstrapmaster.com/live/simpliq2/page-todo.html

https://wrapbootstrap.com/themes/page.2/sort.rank/order.asc

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Neural Net in C++ Tutorial on Vimeo  


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Cinemagraph 
These aren’t your ordinary GIFs. The cinemagraph is a medium pioneered (and named) by husband and wife team Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg in which individual instants of motion are isolated against a static image. This dichotomy creates moments that are quiet and contemplative, elevating the humble GIF into something much more refined.


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Molex PCB connectors 
Pitch - Mating Interface 2.54mm
Pitch - Termination Interface 2.54mm

N = number of pins/circuits

FEMALE
KK® 254 Crimp Housing, Friction Ramp, N Circuits
22-01-20N5, KK® 254 Crimp Housing, Friction Ramp (Mates With Part(s): 6410 )

MALE
KK® 254 Wire-to-Board Header, Vertical, with Friction Lock, N Circuits, Tin (Sn) Plating
Molex 22-27-20N1

WIRE
KK® 254 Crimp Terminal, 22-30 AWG, Bag, Hot Tin (Sn) Dip Plating
Part Number: 08-50-0113
KK® 254 Crimp Terminal, 22-30 AWG, Hot Tin (Sn) Dip Plating

Part Number: 08-50-0114
KK® 254 Crimp Terminal, 22-30 AWG, Bag, Hot Tin (Sn) Dip Plating

Part Number: 08-55-0101
KK® 254 Crimp Terminal, 22-30 AWG, Selective Gold (Au), Nickel (Ni) Under Plating


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Back Propagation Learning  


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NetFlow analysis - MINDS 
This paper introduces the Minnesota Intrusion Detection System (MINDS).

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JustGage 
JustGage is a handy JavaScript plugin for generating and animating nice & clean gauges. It is based on Raphaël library for vector drawing, so it’s completely resolution independent and self-adjusting.

some more options to check



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jQuery Sparklines 
This jQuery plugin generates sparklines (small inline charts) directly in the browser using data supplied either inline in the HTML, or via javascript.

The plugin is compatible with most modern browsers and has been tested with Firefox 2+, Safari 3+, Opera 9, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10 as well as iOS and Android.

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