Example: Modifying the Current Problem to New Settings

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Example: Modifying the Current Problem to New Settings

 

You can modify information in the second problem to make it slightly  different from the first.  For this example, you want to try a different neural network paradigm, so let's go to the "Architectures and Training Criteria" cell for the new problem and double-click it to bring up the Design module.

 

Notice that when the Design module appears, all of the settings are the same as they were for the base problem.  So all you need to do is change the neural network paradigm.  Switch to a three-layer recurrent network, feeding back from the output slab.  Once you have done this, the work is done!  Exit the Design module.  You can see that the configuration file for this problem has changed from NYSE.FIG to NYSE2.FIG.  This is a visual reminder which signifies that the second problem is using a configuration that is different from the base problem.