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I heard that RNN was implemented in Mathematica as of 11.1. Trying to search online, I find some general information about neural networks in Mathematica, or a list of related functions. My trouble is that this list of functions lumps purely statistical machine learning functions like `Classify`

and `Predict`

together with neural network functions, as well as (I presume) recurrent neural network functions, so that it is really hard to tell what it is I actually need to do RNN.

Perhaps there is a resource I missed that shows an explicit example of how to tackle a time series forecasting problem with several inputs, making use of Mathematicas RNN functions?

If none are known, perhaps someone knowledgeable could write a short example, e.g. using example data from here?

Thanks for any suggestion!

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Perhaps this YouTube video will help. https://youtu.be/dr3vAuFH5io

– m_goldberg – 2017-08-30T22:55:09.4631@m_goldberg Thank you, that was very helpful indeed! Even though the video did not address any cases in which the sequence has continuity properties in the mathematical sense, I am starting to suspect that this property is implied to be captured by these techniques without doing anything extra. – M.Z. – 2017-08-30T23:48:10.707