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I know that RBM's have been used on image data for pre-training neural nets, but all I can find are RBM's on black and white images. How do you apply them to say 256 grayscale?

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You have to use Gaussian visible units instead of binary visible units. This is described in the practical guide for training RBM by G. Hinton.

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