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3 Trends in Deep Learning

Posted by Johanna Pingel,

And how MATLAB helps you take advantage of them. Last post*, Steve Eddins wrote about some of the new features in the latest release. Today, I’d like to talk about how these new features fit into some larger trends we’re seeing in deep learning. You may have noticed we continue to add... read more >>

Deep Learning with MATLAB R2018b

Posted by Steve Eddins,

Note: This will be my last regular post for the Deep Learning blog. Johanna Pingel will be taking over for me. You have already read several great posts from her. Thanks, Johanna! R2018b, the second of our two annual product line releases, shipped earlier this month. Several product development teams are... read more >>

Deep Learning in Action – part 3 1

Posted by Johanna Pingel,

Hello Everyone! It's Johanna, and Steve has allowed me to take over the blog from time to time to talk about deep learning. I'm back for another episode of: "Deep Learning in Action: Cool projects created at MathWorks" This aims to give you insight into what we’re working on at MathWorks. Today’s demo is called... read more >>

Classify EEG Signals Using LSTM Networks 4

Posted by Steve Eddins,

Today I want to highlight a signal processing application of deep learning. This example, which is from the Signal Processing Toolbox documentation, shows how to classify heartbeat electrocardiogram (ECG) data from the PhysioNet 2017 Challenge using deep learning and signal processing. In particular, the example uses Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM)... read more >>

Deep Learning in Action – part 2

Posted by Johanna Pingel,

Hello Everyone! It's Johanna, and Steve has allowed me to take over the blog from time to time to talk about deep learning. I'm back for another episode of: “Deep Learning in Action: Cool projects created at MathWorks   This aims to give you insight into what we’re working on at MathWorks: I’ll show some... read more >>

Deep Learning in Action – part 1 7

Posted by Johanna Pingel,

Hello Everyone! Allow me to quickly introduce myself. My name is Johanna, and Steve has allowed me to take over the blog from time to time to talk about deep learning. Today I’d like to kick off a series called: “Deep Learning in Action: Cool projects created at MathWorks”   This aims to give you... read more >>

Semantic Segmentation Using Deep Learning

Posted by Steve Eddins,

Today I want to show you a documentation example that shows how to train a semantic segmentation network using deep learning and the Computer Vision System Toolbox. A semantic segmentation network classifies every pixel in an image, resulting in an image that is segmented... read more >>

Exporting to ONNX 1

Posted by Steve Eddins,

The MathWorks Neural Network Toolbox Team has just posted a new tool to the MATLAB Central File Exchange: the Neural Network Toolbox Converter for ONNX Model Format. ONNX, or Open Neural Network Exchange Format, is intended to be an open format for representing deep learning models. You need the latest release (R2018a)... read more >>

Deep Learning Network Analyzer

Posted by Steve Eddins,

Earlier this month, the Neural Network Toolbox team submitted a new Deep Learning Network Analyzer tool to the File Exchange. (Note: it requires the R2018a release.) This very useful tool helps you spot problems if you are building a network from scratch, or if you are modifying the structure of... read more >>

New Deep Learning Features in R2018a

Posted by Steve Eddins,

MathWorks shipped our R2018a release last month. As usual (lately, at least), there are many new capabilities related to deep learning. I showed one new capability, visualizing activations in DAG networks, in my 26-March-2018 post. In this post, I'll summarize the other new capabilities.... read more >>

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