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This is the Linux app named SNNSraster Manager to run in Linux online whose latest release can be downloaded as SNNSRaster.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.

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SNNSraster Manager to run in Linux online


DESCRIPTION:

SNNSraster is a utility for quick ANN analysis of raster GIS maps with the use of Stuttgart Neural Network Simulator trained network files. It was developed to read and write binary raster files.
SNNSraster is a project of the Geography Laboratory of the University of Siena. The code was developed by Giancarlo Macchi Jánica between 2006 and 2007. SNNSraster's fundamental objective is to improve the ability to integrate the use of artificial neural networks in GIS environments.

Audience

Science/Research


User interface

Console/Terminal


Programming Language

C++



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