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Integrating machine learning

A software program that can accommodate machine learning techniques and problems of classification has been developed in order to implement training queries into software applications.
Integrating machine learning
Machine learning is a system that can acquire and integrate knowledge autonomously. Since it has the potential to learn from experience and analytical observation, it can endlessly self-improve resulting in more efficiency and effectiveness.

Now, however, machine learning has been taken a step further in that it is being considered as a multivariate function of training set data. The new system is concerned with the techniques of construction and training of the machine using a training set consisting of ordered pairs of set queries and answers. Once all is said and done, the machine should be capable of providing answers to any query from the space spanned by the set of training queries.

Only a few processor operations are needed for each training sample. Furthermore, the memory required for storage only needs to match the nature of the training rather than its magnitude. Since the learning speed is limited only to the speed of the data being fed, the learning method can easily be applied to a surplus of databases. The developers are seeking software development partners in order to apply the technology in a wide array of business and financial applications.
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