TensorFlow-Tutorials - 텐서플로우를 기초부터 응용까지 단계별로 연습할 수 있는 소스 코드를 제공합니다

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텐서플로우를 기초부터 응용까지 단계별로 연습할 수 있는 소스 코드를 제공합니다. 텐서플로우 공식 사이트에서 제공하는 안내서의 대부분의 내용을 다루고 있으며, 공식 사이트에서 제공하는 소스 코드보다는 훨씬 간략하게 작성하였으므로 쉽게 개념을 익힐 수 있을 것 입니다. 또한, 모든 주석은 한글로(!) 되어 있습니다.

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