BrainBox's Demo Networks
is an extremely versatile program. One can code virtually anything using
its neural networks. The following are some of the more interesting nets
that people have made. All of these networks and their documentation are
included with BrainBox.
- Does nothing, looks pretty.
- Neural implementation of an Etch A Sketch.
- Single player Tic-Tac-Toe. Human vs. Computer
- Two player Tic-Tac-Toe. Human vs. Human
- Game of Life on a 6x6 grid.
- Game of Life wrapped toroidally.
- 60 second countdown using 7-segment displays.
- Locates a pattern in a string.
- Counts the number of 'words' in a 'sentence'.
- Serial addition of two binary numbers.
- Divide by two; binary counter.
- Encodes 16 decimal bits into 4 binary bits.
- Decodes 4 binary bits into 16 decimal bits.
- 1 of 16 multiplexer (data selector).
- 1 to 16 demultiplexer.
If you create a network that you think is cool, send it to me and I'll post it here.
Last modified: 21 September 1998