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Interactive Self-Organizing Map demonstrations (in Java) On these pages you will find two interactive demonstrations of how the Self-Organizing Map algorithm operates. Two demos are provided: the first one demonstrates the SOM algorithm for a one-dimensional map, whereas the second one is a more complex demonstration with many possibilities for experimenting. In both demonstrations you can see the map 'live' as it is being taught. You can also interact with the teaching process either by changing the parameters or by selecting the inputs for the map. The demonstrations require a Java-capable browser such as Netscape. If you have problems with the demos, see the notes at the end of the page. Notes These demos were made by Jussi Hynninen. The demos have been tested with the JDK's appletviewer on SGI and Netscape 2.0 on several UNIX platforms (SGI, HPUX, DEC OSF/1, Linux). We have had some problems with the loading of the applets. The demos can also be downloaded as gzipped tar or zip archives.

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