Machine Learning Framework

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Machine Learning Framework (MLF) is a library based on .NET Framework for machine learning implementation. This library consists of collection of machine learning algorithms such as Bayesian, Neural Network, SOM, Genetic Algorithm, SVM, and etc.

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