Neural Networks, Naive Bayes and others with Smalltalk

Joaquin Sitte j.sitte at
Sun May 22 09:35:53 UTC 2005

Hola Romina,

For your purpose you are better off with Matlab and its Neural Network
toolbox. In our group we have worked in computational intelligence for many
years and I have not seen anything in Smalltalk that is up to scratch.



Dr. Joaquin Sitte, Associate Professor.
Head, Smart Devices Lab
School of Software Engineering and Data Communication
Faculty of Information Technology
Queensland University of Technology
GPO Box 2434, Brisbane, Q 4001
Phone +61 7 3864 9325
Fax +61 7 3864 9390
e-mail j.sitte at 

Romina Bin <romina.bin at> writes:

> Hello list!
> I'm Romina Bin from Buenos Aires, Argentina and looking for some
> implemented models in Smalltalk (methods/classes) about Neural
> Networks, Naive Bayes and others (for instance, Dataming techniques)
> because I'm working with a research at the National Technical
> University (UTN) that needs to process information in order to
> classify it in different patterns.
> If someone can help me with this I'll be really thankful!  :)
> Thks in advance.
> Kind regards,
> Romina.

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