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The Bain neural network simulator is designed to meet the following requirements:
Aparapi allows writing Java code that follows certain conventions and restrictions that it will then turn into OpenCL at run-time. If no OpenCL compatible platforms are available then Aparapi falls back to using a Java Thread Pool or regular sequential operation automatically. Thus to add a new model of a neural network component, one only need extend the appropriate base class and implement a few methods, without thinking (very much) about OpenCL, thread pools, etcetera.
The latest version is available at, and issues should be posted at, OliverColeman/bain
NOTE: unfortunately limitations in Aparapi severely restrict the efficiency of SIMD computations. At present Aparapi does not allow communication between kernels (for example the neuron and synapse kernels), thus the output of all neurons and all synapses must be transferred from the GPU to the CPU and back again so they can be input into the synapses and neurons respectively for the next cycle, mostly negating any performance improvements.
Bain requires Java 7 or greater. Bain is built with gradle. To build a runnable JAR file, run the following command from the project directory (it is not necessary to install gradle):
on *nix systems, or
on Windows systems. This will create a runnable jar file in build/libs. If you want a jar file that does not include the dependencies replace "withDeps" with "assemble".
You can run the GUI by running
java -jar bain[-all]-<version>.jar
Read the API documentation starting with com.ojcoleman.bain.Simulation, and the references within. API documentation is available at http://olivercoleman.github.com/bain/
This library is being written as part of my PhD: "Evolving plastic neural networks for online learning". For more details see http://ojcoleman.com.
"Using all this knowledge as a key, we may possibly unlock the secrets of the anatomical structure; we may compel the cells and fibres to disclose their meaning and purpose." Alexander Bain (who first proposed that thoughts and body activity resulted from interactions among neurons within the brain), 1873, Mind and Body: The Theories of Their Relation, New York: D. Appleton and Company. Also, "Bain" is just one letter away from "Brain"... ;)
Bain is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3. A copy of the license is included in the distribution. Please note that Bain is distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Please refer to the license for details.