Intro to implementing Neural Networks & Query Routing in kdb+

14 Mar 2016 | , , ,
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If you haven’t read them lately, make sure to check out the First Derivatives Q for Gods white paper series for frequent contributions of helpful technical content about using kdb+.

The NYC Kx Meetup was lucky to have two recent authors present their work: James Neill’s paper is An Introduction to Neural Networks with kdb+ and Kevin Holsgrove’s paper is Query Routing for a kdb+ Framework for a Scalable, Load Balanced System.

You can check out their talks on the Kx Systems YouTube channel — don’t forget to subscribe for new content as it becomes available.

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