MLKit (a.k.a Machine Learning Kit)
MLKit is a simple machine learning framework written in Swift. Currently MLKit features machine learning algorithms that deal with the topic of regression, but the framework will expand over time with topics such as classification, clustering, recommender systems, and deep learning. The vision and goal of this framework is to provide developers with a toolkit to create products that can learn from data. MLKit is a side project of mine in order to make it easier for developers to implement machine learning algorithms on the go, and to familiarlize myself with machine learning concepts.
This project is under active development and is not ready for use in commercial or personal projects.
pod 'MachineLearningKit to your PodFile and then run
- Download the repository.
The mission of this project is to give developers the ability to incorporate Machine Learning algorithms into their projects with ease and to enable the creation of advanced projects using the Swift programing language. With this being said, I encourage all developers interested in making Machine Learning accessible to the anyone who works with iOS apps and TVOS apps to contribute to this project.
To contribute an algorithm not currently available within the framework, please create an issue and state what algorithm you have implemented. Make sure that there are unit tests involved where applicable. Also, provide a brief overview of how to use your algorithm. You are also welcome to impelment algorithms within the Roadmap section (below).
To contribute to an already existant algorithm within the framework, please create an issue and state any changes or additions you have made.
- Simple Linear Regression (1 Feature)
- Polynomial Regression
- Lasso Regression
- Ridge Regression
- Flappy Bird Example Project Explanation
- Genetic Algorithms
️ The Flappy Bird Example Project is located in the
Example folder. When you run the example you will see the fitness and the decisions that each Flappy Bird is making. The example project has comments to help with understanding how it was made.
- KMeans++ Implementation
- KMeans Clustering Documentation
- Neural Network Documentation
- Logistic Regression
- Decision Trees
- Convolutional Neural Network
- Recurrent Neural Network
- Artificial Neural Network using Metal
- Game Playing AI (MiniMax, Alpha-Beta Pruning)
- Self Organizing Maps
Features (So Far)
- Matrix and Vector Operations (uses Upsurge framework)
- Simple Linear Regression (Allows for 1 feature set)
- Polynomial Regression (Allows for multiple features)
- Ridge Regression
- Multi-Layer Feed Forward Neural Network
- K-Means Clustering
- Genetic Algorithms
- Allows for splitting your data into training, validation, and test sets.
- K-Fold Cross Validation & Ability to test various L2 penalties for Ridge Regression
- Single Layer Perceptron, Multi-Layer Perceptron, & Adaline ANN Architectures
Frameworks that MLKit uses
Week of August 28th
Copyright (c) 2017 Guled Ahmed
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