Feel free to fork the code and send in pull requests if you would like to see this turn into a more sophisticated example webservice. I will be hacking on little improvements here and there as time goes on.
This was written pretty quickly for the blog post so I just used the XOR problem as validation. Next up will be running it against the popular Idris dataset to make sure everything is really working.
git clone email@example.com:larrytheliquid/neurosis.git cd neurosis # `sudo gem install bundler` if you don't have it gem bundle --cached
That will take care of Ruby side of installation, unfortunately the Haskell side is a bit more tricky at the moment.
Take a look at
neurosis_spec for an integration test running through rack-test, and
PerceptronTest for Haskell unit tests of the underlying algorithm (if you are interested). Note that the
doc directory contains a handwritten (with poor handwriting by yours truly) run of the first epoch of learning XOR, which corresponds to the values used in
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