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Python package / GNU Linux terminal utility for porting machine learning algorithms to FPGA.

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MANUAL:

“-t” (training) parameter:

Accepts a string with arguments for training the model.

Training tasks executes in parallel processes. Each training task
generates: “.sv” file for FPGA, “.wd” file and “.tar” archive with model data for prospective classification task.
Training rules:
  1. “training_file.csv” must contain classes in the first column.
  2. “training_file.csv” must not contain a column head.
  3. The character - separator of “training_file.csv” must be “,”.
  4. You can check available training algorithms with option “–info”.
“-c” (classification) parameter:

Accepts a string with arguments for classification the passed data set.

Classification tasks might be executed parallel on several FPGAs.
Several classification tasks, addressed to FPGA, execute consistently. Each classification task generates “.csv” file with predicted answers.
Classification rules:
  1. “classification_file.csv” must not contain a column head.
  2. The character - separator of “training_file.csv” must be “,”.
  3. The “word_dict.wd” might match to firmware of FPGA.
  4. You can check available training algorithms and USB serial ports
    with option “–info”.
“-s” (split) flag:
In case the “-t” parameter is passed, it breaks the file into a training
and test sample in the ratio of 70/30.
“-v” (verbose) flag:

Enables verbose output of all errors.

All additional notifications are highlighted in yellow.

“-i” (information) flag:
Displays a message about the available algorithms and serial ports.
“-a” (accuracy) flag:

Calculates classification accuracy.

The sample passed for classification must contain the classes
in the first column.

Examples:

  1. This example starts the training task:

    $ fpga4p -t “training.csv,nbc_t”

  1. This example starts the classification task:

    $ fpga4p -c “class.csv,nbc_c,training.wd,/dev/ttyUSB0”

  2. This example prints available modules for training and

    classification, as well as available serial USB ports:

    $ fpga4p -i

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