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### Week 1 (25/01/2021) :
<h3> Week 1 (25/01/2021) : </h3>
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* To start with this new subject, we first decided to find out information about the subject and more precisely about the Perceptron and the Python module nmigen. This research helped us clarify in which way we wanted to work on this subject.
* To start with this new subject, we first decided to find out information about the subject and more precisely about the Perceptron and the Python module nmigen. This research helped us clarify in which way we wanted to work on this subject.
The different challenges would be to code a [Perceptron][1] in Python, then to translate it to [nmigen][2] to make it adaptable to the FPGA and to finish testing it on the FPGA.
[1]: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perceptron "Perceptron"
[1]: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perceptron "Perceptron"
[2]: https://github.com/m-labs/nmigen "nmigen"
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* We also managned to contact the students that worked on this subject last year and we planned a meeting with one of them on monday 1st February 2021 to find out more about what they did and how we can continue et improve their project.
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* The last hour of the session was used to start coding in python a simple perceptron to understand how it is working.
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* We also managned to contact the students that worked on this subject last year and we planned a meeting with one of them on monday 1st February 2021 to find out more about what they did and how we can continue et improve their project.
* The last hour of the session was used to start coding in python a simple perceptron to understand how it is working.
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<h3> Week 2 (01/02/2021) : </h3>
### Week 2 (01/02/2021) :
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* This session started with a call on Discord with Samuel COURTHIAL in which he explained the project they did last year and where they stopped. He also gave us access to his code and explained their approach on the subject.
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* After this presentation we discussed together on what we wanted to work on. The two major ascpets we want to achieve are finishing to put the basic Perceptron on the FPGA and making training and test with the Perceptron on the FPGA (to finish last year's project) and a multi layer Perceptron to go deeper into this subject.
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* To achieve this goal we divided the end of the lesson with some code reviews of what was done last year, gathering information about [multi layer Perceptron][3] and [nmigen][4] and setting up the git repository and the follow up sheet.
* This session started with a call on Discord with Samuel COURTHIAL in which he explained the project they did last year and where they stopped. He also gave us access to his code and explained their approach on the subject.
* After this presentation we discussed together on what we wanted to work on. The two major ascpets we want to achieve are finishing to put the basic Perceptron on the FPGA and making training and test with the Perceptron on the FPGA (to finish last year's project) and a multi layer Perceptron to go deeper into this subject.
* To achieve this goal we divided the end of the lesson with some code reviews of what was done last year, gathering information about [multi layer Perceptron][3] and [nmigen][4] and setting up the git repository and the follow up sheet.
[3]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5GAVdLQyIg "multi layer Perceptron"
[4]: https://github.com/RobertBaruch/nmigen-tutorial "nmigen"
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