Example: Defining the Inputs and Outputs for the Problem

Example: Defining the Inputs and Outputs for the Problem

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Example: Defining the Inputs and Outputs for the Problem

 

Now that Training files have been selected for the example problem, you need to define the inputs and outputs for the network.  Again you will be double-clicking in the Batch Grid, this time in the third column of our base problem row.

 

Now you will see the familiar screen of the Define Inputs/Outputs module.  In fact, since a min/max file already exists for this problem, the inputs and outputs will already be defined.

 

For this example, leave the inputs and outputs at their default values.  Exit the Define Inputs/Outputs module.  Once you do this, notice that the name of the Min/Max file will appear in the grid.  This is another visual reminder that inputs and outputs have been defined for the problem.