juggernaut 0.9.0

Neural Network in Rust
# Juggernaut [![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/afshinm/juggernaut.svg?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/afshinm/juggernaut) [![Coverage Status](https://coveralls.io/repos/github/afshinm/juggernaut/badge.svg?branch=master)](https://coveralls.io/github/afshinm/juggernaut?branch=master)
> Juggernaut is an experimental Neural Network written in Rust

<img src="http://juggernaut.rs/static/images/art.png" alt="hi" class="inline"/>

# Example

Want to setup a simple network using Juggernaut? 

This sample creates a random binary operation network with one hidden layer:

```rust
fn main() {
    let dataset = vec![
        Sample::new(vec![0f64, 0f64, 1f64], vec![0f64]),
        Sample::new(vec![0f64, 1f64, 1f64], vec![0f64]),
        Sample::new(vec![1f64, 0f64, 1f64], vec![1f64]),
        Sample::new(vec![1f64, 1f64, 1f64], vec![1f64])
    ];
    
    let mut test = NeuralNetwork::new();

    let sig_activation = Sigmoid::new();

    // 1st layer = 2 neurons - 3 inputs
    test.add_layer(NeuralLayer::new(2, 3, sig_activation));

    // 2nd layer = 1 neuron - 2 inputs
    test.add_layer(NeuralLayer::new(1, 2, sig_activation));

    test.error(|err| {
        println!("error({})", err.to_string());
    });

    test.train(dataset, 1000, 0.1f64);
    
    let think = test.evaluate(Sample::predict(vec![1f64, 0f64, 1f64]));

    println!("Evaluate [1, 0, 1] = {:?}", think.get(0, 0));

}

```

and the output of `think` is the prediction of the network after training.

# Documentation

https://docs.rs/juggernaut

# Build

To build the demo, run:

```
cargo build --example helloworld --verbose
```

then to run the compiled file:

```
./target/debug/examples/helloworld
```

# Test

Install Rust 1.x and run:

```
cargo test
```

# Authors

- Afshin Mehrabani (afshin.meh@gmail.com) 
- Addtheice https://github.com/addtheice  

and [contributors](https://github.com/afshinm/juggernaut/graphs/contributors)

# FAQ

### Contributing

Fork the project and send PRs + unit tests for that specific part. 

### "Juggernaut"?

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# License

GNU General Public License v3.0