Neuroph Project has gone a long way, from its first
public release at 2008. to Dukes Choice Award at 2013. It has become
a succesfull open source project thanks to its users and
contributors, and one of the world's leading Java neural network
frameworks. It is being used by developers, students and researchers
all around the world.
purpose of this manifesto is to announce the goals and plans for the
future Neuroph development in order to encourage interested parties
to get involved, and contribute.
development will include the following:
Neuroph framework features
for all known artificial neural network architectures and learning
rules based on common framework
improvements and support for parallel processing (multicore, GPU,
algorithms, fractal and modular networks
development, simulation, analysis and visualization tools
(EEG signal processing)
Research and Simulations
for all other applications received from community)
official community programmes, so institutions and individuals can
participate in development and other activities.
projects that use Neuroph and provide higher level of support for
projects registered in community programmes.
and promote educational institutions that use Neuroph and provide higher level of support for
those registered in community programmes.
community members to provide support, track bugs, feature requests,
contributions from community (provide documentation and mentoring
for interested contributors)
and integration with other related open source projects.
misison of the Neuroph project it to provide the state of the art,
open source, platform independent software framework and tools for
neural network development, research and education.
Core Team and Contributors
core development team is located at University of Belgrade, Faculty
of Organisational Sciences, Serbia, within Laboratory for Artificial
intelligence and Open Source Software Development Center. Neuroph is
being used for teaching neural networks and software development at
University of Belgrade, and each year we have several students that
contribute through their working assignements, graduate or master
thesis. Beside that we get contributions from universities and
individuals from all over the world.
team is opened for collaboration with individuals, universities,
companies or other organisations that have interest in Neuroph
Neuroph team can participate as a partner in research or commercial projects,
to provide software development, research or support services.
For more info see our TODO list and how you can contribute
Founder of the Neuroph project
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Organisational Sciences
Member of the
NetBeans Dream Team
GOOD OLD AI Network