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The Network Description File

  When the network is stored on disk, a new directory is created, containing a number of files representing different parts of the modular network. Considering a MNN called multi with five modules in the input layer and a decision network, the following files would be created:

% ls
multi.0
multi.1
multi.2
multi.3
multi.4
multi.dec
multi.inp
multi.net

The file multi.net is the main description file:

% cat multi.net
80 :no_user_inps
2 :no_classes
5 :no_nets_L1
1 :no_out_net_L1
5 :no_main_inps
2 :no_main_outs
multi.inp :filenames_L1
multi.dec :filename_m

The file multi.inp is the input layer description file:

% cat multi.inp
5 :no_of_nets
16 :no_of_inputs_p_net
80 :no_of_inputs_user
80 :no_inputs_p_layer
1 :no_outputs_p_net
17 :rnd_seed
-----the_net_description_files----
multi.0
multi.1
multi.2
multi.3
multi.4

The file multi.dec is the decision network description file:

% cat multi.dec
2 :no_layers
5 :no_of_inputs
1.000000 :lambda
1 :function
4 2 :no_neurons_per_layer
-----------------

4.858376 -8.901467 3.486753 -7.278128 -8.241478 -7.557687 ;
7.999052 0.022757 8.855008 5.218701 1.913574 11.766893 ;
-1.990103 -3.054739 0.905476 -1.190806 -1.460390 0.501350 ;
-6.788280 -4.840351 3.461928 -3.261231 -2.135085 -1.465473 ;

-----------------

2.141190 -3.346811 1.701500 3.693212 0.955209 ;
-2.151395 3.352007 -1.418384 -3.804537 -0.951071 ;

END.

The files multi.? are the description files for the modules in the input layer. They all have the same format; one is shown as an example:

% cat multi.0
2 :no_layers
16 :no_of_inputs
1.000000 :lambda
1 :function
4 1 :no_neurons_per_layer
-----------------

-0.443 -3.3273 -0.0486 -0.6680 -4.7130 3.5100 0.0980 3.0047
-3.984 -0.924 -0.82 -0.386 4.196 -0.152 -1.095 0.2077 1.8940 ;
-1.110 -2.3721 -0.640 -0.4547 -2.667 -3.932 0.201 1.311 4.40
0.5744 -0.7802 -0.3600 -7.4475 -5.5865 -7.9615 0.4967 -5.0221 ;
3.784 1.732 0.2465 -0.76 4.2979 4.784 0.4800 -3.2210 1.7857
-4.1440 2.8404 0.3333 8.7203 -3.1325 -1.4015 -0.2533 6.6640 ;
-1.354 -0.9127 0.766 0.673 1.322 -1.1493 0.078 -4.991 -6.721
1.8525 -1.924 0.966 -3.2772 -1.8000 -1.5567 0.1700 -1.7079 ;

-----------------

-5.660216 -1.537823 6.177195 -1.776341 -0.448600 ;

END.


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Albrecht Schmidt
Mit Okt 4 16:45:34 CEST 2000