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Neural Network Expert System Development for Landscape Design

Student: Marina Ivanova

Supervisor: Leonid Yasnitsky

Faculty: Faculty of Economics, Management, and Business Informatics

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

This work describes the process of developing the landscape design system, it also reveals the problem of generating landscape design. The system under development is a web application with a client-server architecture for landscape planning with unique elements, that also uses the neural network module for generating the planned design. The work can be useful for people who starting work in the area of developing web applications and neural networks design because it also provides examples of working with technologies like Python, Keras, ReactJS, Adobe Photoshop, etc. and provide the overview of approaches for designing neural networks and client-server applications. The ready-made application can be used as an ideological inspiration and for plan environment among people who want to improve their land plot.

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