Chainer: a next-generation open source framework for deep learning. Chainer is a Python-based deep learning framework aiming at flexibility. It provides automatic differentiation APIs based on the define-by-run approach (a.k.a. dynamic computational graphs) as well as object-oriented high-level APIs to build and train neural networks. It also supports CUDA/cuDNN using CuPy for high performance training and inference. For more details of Chainer, see the documents and resources listed above and join the community in Forum, Slack, and Twitter.

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  4. Halverson, James; Nelson, Brent; Ruehle, Fabian: Branes with brains: exploring string vacua with deep reinforcement learning (2019)
  5. Yasuhiro Fujita, Toshiki Kataoka, Prabhat Nagarajan, Takahiro Ishikawa: ChainerRL: A Deep Reinforcement Learning Library (2019) arXiv
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  7. Dan Moldovan, James M Decker, Fei Wang, Andrew A Johnson, Brian K Lee, Zachary Nado, D Sculley, Tiark Rompf, Alexander B Wiltschko: AutoGraph: Imperative-style Coding with Graph-based Performance (2018) arXiv
  8. Hananel Hazan, Daniel J. Saunders, Hassaan Khan, Darpan T. Sanghavi, Hava T. Siegelmann, Robert Kozma: BindsNET: A machine learning-oriented spiking neural networks library in Python (2018) arXiv
  9. Shinji Watanabe, Takaaki Hori, Shigeki Karita, Tomoki Hayashi, Jiro Nishitoba, Yuya Unno, Nelson Enrique Yalta Soplin, Jahn Heymann, Matthew Wiesner, Nanxin Chen, Adithya Renduchintala, Tsubasa Ochiai: ESPnet: End-to-End Speech Processing Toolkit (2018) arXiv
  10. Jean Kossaifi, Yannis Panagakis, Anima Anandkumar, Maja Pantic: TensorLy: Tensor Learning in Python (2016) arXiv