I made C++ implementation of Mask R-CNN with PyTorch C++ frontend. The code is based on PyTorch implementations from multimodallearning and Keras implementation from …

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I published implementation of Faster R-CNN with MXNet C++ Frontend. You can use this implementation as comprehensive example of using MXNet C++ Frontend, it has custom data loader for MS Coco dataset, implements custom target proposal layer as a part of the project without modification MXNet library, contains code for errors checking (Missed in current C++ API), have Eigen and NDArray integration samples. Feel free to leave comments and proposes. The code is available on Github,…

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Dlib is an open source C++ framework containing various machine learning algorithms and many other complementary stuff which can be used for image processing, computer vision, linear algebra calculations and many other things. It has very good documentation and a lot of useful examples. In this post I will show how to use this library for solving a classification problem on Iris data…

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Shark-ML is an open-source machine learning library which offers a wide range of machine learning algorithms together with nice documentation, tutorials and samples. In this post I will show how to use this library for solving classification problem, with two different algorithms SVM and Random Forest. This post will tell you about how to use API for:

1. Loading data

2. Performing normalization and dimension…

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Hello, with this article I'm starting series of articles about full featured C++ Machine Learning frameworks . This articles covers how to use Shogun library for solving classification problem. Shogun is an open-source machine learning library that offers a wide range of machine learning algorithms. From my point of view it's not very popular among professionals, but it have a lot of fans among enthusiasts and…

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Hello, this is my third article about how to use modern C++ for solving machine learning problems. This time I will show how to make a model for polynomial regression problem , with well known linear algebra library called Eigen.

Eigen was chosen because it is widely used and has a long history, it is highly optimized for CPUs, and it is a header only library. One of the famous project using it is…

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Hello, this is my second article about how to use modern C++ for solving machine learning problems. This time I will show how to make a model for polynomial regression problem described in previous article, but now with another library which allows you to use your GPU easily.

For…

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There are a lot of articles about how to use Python for solving Machine Learning problems, with this article I start series of materials on how to use modern C++ for solving same problems and which libraries can be used. I assume that readers are already familiar with Machine Learning concepts and will concentrate on programming issues only.

The first part is about creating Polynomial Regression model with XTensor library. This is C++ library for numerical analysis with…

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- Machine Learning with C++ - Mask R-CNN with PyTorch C++ Frontend
- Machine Learning with C++ - Faster R-CNN with MXNet C++ Frontend
- Machine Learning with C++ - Classification with Dlib
- Machine Learning with C++ - Classification with Shark-ML
- Machine Learning with C++ - Classification with Shogun library
- Machine Learning with C++ - Polynomial regression with Eigen
- Machine Learning with C++ - Polynomial Regression on GPU

- Machine Learning with C++ - Classification with Shark-ML
- Machine Learning with C++ - Classification with Dlib
- Machine Learning with C++ - Polynomial Regression on GPU
- Machine Learning with C++ - Mask R-CNN with PyTorch C++ Frontend
- Machine Learning with C++ - Faster R-CNN with MXNet C++ Frontend
- Machine Learning with C++ - Polynomial Regression (CPU)
- Machine Learning with C++ - Polynomial regression with Eigen

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