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GPU for fully-connected network?

I'm interested in neural networks from a general machine learning and pattern recognition perspective and not as much from the perspective of image processing or NLP data. If I want to train a neural ...
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Why is number of neurons in hidden layers a power of two?

There is a statement in this quora answer: Layer depth is usually a power of 2 because it is convenient for the GPU. Also, in fully connected layers number of ...
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run multiple deep learning models on the same GPU [closed]

Can I use just one GPU to train a model and predict images at the same time? I want to host a website for image predictions. So using GPU for prediction is persistent. At the same time, I may use it ...
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What is causing the GPU out-of-memory error(OOM) for my Sequence-to-Sequence network with LSTM? [closed]

I'm currently attempting to make a Seq2Seq Chatbot with LSTMs. The data I used is from Cornell's Movie Dialog Corpus. Here's the link to my code on GitHub, I would appreciate it if you took a look at ...
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What are key differences between Theano (Python) and Torch (Lua) for deep learning? [closed]

Theano and Torch both supports GPU calculations. My question is whether Theano or Torch have significant differences in: performance ease of use (assuming one knows the programming language) libaray ...
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Deep learning libraries/software with good tutorials or examples

I am looking for deep learning libraries that have very good tutorials or examples, since I would like to learn by examples or doing tutorials even if these are not the best deep learning libraries. ...
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Is single precision floating point so bad?

I've been looking at some of the packages from the High perf task view dealing with GPU computations, and given that most GPU seem to be an order of magnitude stronger at performing single precision ...
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Gputools for R: how to interpret the experimental procedure?

The following paper describes an implementation of R in parallel on a graphics processing unit (GPU). Buckner et al., The gputools package enables GPU computing in R, BIOINFORMATICS, Vol. 26 no. 1 ...