Neo - Deep learning library in python from scratch

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The documentation generated using Doxygen can be found in documentaion folder. Please open documentation/html/index.html to view the documentation. If you are someone looking to understand deep learning models by implementing or if you are an expert and want to improve the code or fix bugs, you are very welcome. Feel free to suggest improvements and fork the repository.

https://github.com/AyushExel/Neo

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