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Re: Contribution of mapminmax equivalent function implementation

From: George Kousiouris
Subject: Re: Contribution of mapminmax equivalent function implementation
Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2017 21:28:42 +0200
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Hi all,

following up on this (sorry for the delay, it took some time to polish
and test it), i have uploaded the respective code as a patch here:


On 7/27/2017 10:34 PM, siko1056 wrote:
Georgios Kousiouris wrote
Hi all,

I have been working on a mapminmax function implementation for Octave
that i would like to contribute to the Octave community. It is nearly
done, only some details are missing such as help info etc (or
potentially other formatting aspects that are needed and i am not aware

The implementation tries to follow the Matlab defined interface of
mapminmax and to a large extent it covers it, plus adding some helpful
optional features that i have found to be important (such as adding an
offset to the denormalization phase for a matrix in order to denormalize
e.g. only the outputs).

What are the next steps in this process? Should i upload the function
somewhere, share it in the mailing list, some one needs to review it for
correctness etc?
Hello George,

Thank you for considering a contribution to Octave. New contribution should
be submitted to the patch tracker at Savannah [1] and get reviewed and
commented there, if maintainers or users are interested in your function. If
you don't get a fast response there, don't be disappointed, we are all
working on Octave as volunteers.

The `mapminmax` seems to be part of Matlab's Neural Network toolbox [2]. We
have an ongoing GSoC project about that package [3]. Maybe you can get in
contact with Enrico or his mentors Francesco or Ankit about your function?



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