A Fortran-Keras Deep Learning Bridge for Scientific Computing

14 Apr 2020Jordan OttMike PritchardNatalie BestErik LinsteadMilan CurcicPierre Baldi

Implementing artificial neural networks is commonly achieved via high-level programming languages like Python and easy-to-use deep learning libraries like Keras. These software libraries come pre-loaded with a variety of network architectures, provide autodifferentiation, and support GPUs for fast and efficient computation... (read more)

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