Verification Messages

Verification Messages

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No Training file was entered for the problem (Problem Name).

Description: A problem has been defined, but no training files were selected for it.

Solution: Double-click the "Training Files" cell for the problem and select one or more training files for the problem.

 

No Architecture was entered for the problem (Problem Name).

Description:  A problem has been defined, but no training architecture has been defined for it.

Solution: Double-click the "Architecture & Training Criteria" cell for the problem and define the corresponding Architecture and Training Criteria.

 

No Minimum/Maximum was entered for the problem (Problem Name).

Description: A problem has been defined, but no Minimum and Maximum file has been defined for it.

Solution: Double-click the "Define Inputs/Outputs" cell for the problem and define the corresponding inputs and outputs.

 

Missing Minimum/Maximum file for the problem (Problem Name).

Description: A Minimum/Maximum file has been defined for a problem but could not be located on disk.

Solution: Double check to make sure the file exists and is in the proper directory.  If the file does not exist, recreate it by double-clicking the "Define Inputs/Outputs" cell for the problem in question.

 

Missing Apply file for the problem (Problem Name).

Description: A problem has been defined, but one of the apply to files could not be located on disk.

Solution:  Double check to make sure the Apply Files exist and is in the proper directory.  If the file does not exist, double-click the "Apply Files" cell for the problem and remove the file in question from the file list.

 

Missing Configuration file for the problem (Problem Name).

Description: A problem and its configuration have been defined, but the Configuration file could not be located on disk.

Solution: Double check to make sure the Configuration file exists and is in the proper directory.  If the file does not exist, double-click the "Architecture and Training Criteria" cell for the problem in question and redefine the Architecture and Training Criteria.

 

Missing Training file for the problem (Problem Name).

Description: A problem and its training files have been defined, but one of the training files could not be located on disk.

Solution: Double check to make sure that all of the selected Training files exist and are in the proper directory.  If the file does not exist, double-click the "Training Files" cell for the problem in question and select a new file.

 

Number of Inputs and Outputs defined in the Minimum/Maximum file exceeds the number of columns in the Pattern file for the problem (Problem Name).

Description: A problem has been defined along with a pattern file and minimums and maximums have been computed for it.  But between the computation and verification, the pattern file changed.  The pattern file now has less columns in it than the minimum and maximum file.

Solution: Double check to make sure that this is actually the pattern file you wish to use.  If so, double-click the "Define Inputs/Outputs" cell for the problem in question and redefine the inputs and outputs.  Also check to make sure all of the other training files (.TRN, .TST) are similar to the pattern file.

 

Number of Inputs and Outputs defined in the Minimum/Maximum file exceeds the number of columns in the Training file for the problem (Problem Name).

Description: A problem and a training file have been defined and minimums and maximums have been computed.  Between computation and verification, though, the training file has changed.  The Training file now has less columns in it than the Minimum and Maximum file.

Solution: Double check to make sure that this is the Training file you wish to use.  If so, double-click the "Define Inputs/Outputs" cell for the problem in question and redefine the inputs and outputs.  Also check to make sure all of the other training (.PAT, .TST) files are similar to the training file.

 

Number of Inputs and Outputs defined in the Minimum/Maximum file exceeds the number of columns in the Test file for the problem (Problem Name).

Description: A problem and Test file have been defined and minimums and maximums have been computed.  Between computation and verification the test file has changed.  The Test file now has less columns in it than the minimum and maximum file.

Solution: Double check to make sure that this is the correct test file that you wish to use.  If so, double-click the "Define Inputs/Outputs" cell for the problem in question and redefine the inputs and outputs.  Also check to make sure all of the other training (.PAT, .TRN) files are similar to the test file.

 

Number of Inputs and Outputs defined in the Minimum/Maximum file exceeds the number of columns in the Apply File for the problem (Problem Name).

Description: A problem and its Apply Files have been and minimums and maximums have been computed.  The most likely cause of this error is that the wrong files to which the network will be applied were selected.

Solution: Double check all of the Apply Files to make sure they are correct.  If so, double-click the "Define Inputs/Outputs" cell for the problem in question and redefine the inputs and outputs to match the Apply Files.  You will have to retrain the network. Note:  If you need to redefine the inputs and outputs, you probably chose the wrong training files in the first place.

 

A column specified as an input or actual output in the Minimum/Maximum File does not exist in the Pattern File for this problem (Problem Name).

Description: A problem and pattern file have been defined and minimums and maximums have been computed.  Between computation and verification, the Pattern file has changed and the coordinates for the inputs and outputs in the Pattern file are no longer valid.

Solution: If you are referencing an .MMX file from a previous problem, double check to make sure that it is the file you wish to use.  If so, double-click the "Define Inputs/Outputs" cell for the problem in question and redefine the inputs and outputs.  Also check to make sure all of the other training (.TRN, .TST) files are similar to the pattern file.

 

A column specified as an input or actual output in the Minimum/Maximum File does not exist in the Training File for this problem (Problem Name).

Description: A problem and training file have been defined, and minimums and maximums have been computed.  Between computation and verification, though, the Training file has changed and the coordinates for the inputs and outputs in the Pattern file are no longer valid.

Solution: If you are referencing an .MMX file from a previous problem, double check to make sure that it is the file you wish to use.  If so, double-click the "Define Inputs/Outputs" cell for the problem in question and redefine the inputs and outputs.  Also check to make sure all of the other training (.PAT, .TST) files are similar to the training file.

 

A column specified as an input or actual output in the Minimum/Maximum File does not exist in the Test File for this problem (Problem Name).

Description:  A problem and Test file have been defined and minimums and maximums have been computed.  Between computation and verification, though, the test file has changed and the coordinates for the inputs and outputs in the Pattern file are no longer valid or the coordinates in the Test file were not initially valid.

Solution: If you are referencing an .MMX file from a previous problem, double check to make sure that it is the file you wish to use.  If so, double-click the "Define Inputs/Outputs" cell for the problem in question and redefine the inputs and outputs.  You will have to retrain the network.  Also check to make sure all of the other training (.PAT, .TRN) files are similar to the test file.

 

A column specified as an input or actual output in the Minimum/Maximum File does not exist in the Apply File for this problem (Problem Name).

Description: A problem and Apply files have been defined, and minimums and maximums have been computed.  Most likely one of the apply files chosen was not meant for the problem in question.

Solution: If you are referencing an .MMX file from a previous problem, double check to make sure that it is the file you wish to use.  If so, double-click the "Apply Files" cell for the problem in question and remove any of the Apply Files in the list which are not compatible with the current problem.

 

Pattern file has an invalid NeuroShell 2 format (Problem Name).

Description: A problem and pattern file have been defined, but the pattern file chosen is not in a NeuroShell 2 format.

Solution: Double check to make sure this is the file you wish to use.  If so, check to see if the file needs to be imported.

 

Training file has an invalid NeuroShell 2 format (Problem Name).

Description: A problem and Training file have been defined, but the training file chosen is not in a NeuroShell 2 format.

Solution: Double check to make sure this is the file you wish to use.  If so, check to see if the file needs to be imported.

 

Test file has an invalid NeuroShell 2 format (Problem Name).

Description: A problem and Test file have been defined, but the Test file chosen is not in a NeuroShell 2 format.

Solution: Double check to make sure this is the file you wish to use.  If so, check to see if the file needs to be imported.

 

Apply to file has an invalid NeuroShell 2 format (Problem Name).

Description: A problem and Apply Files have been defined.  One of the Apply Files chosen is not in a NeuroShell 2 format.

Solution: Double check to make sure all of the files are ones you wish to use.  If so, check to see if the file needs to be imported.