I am using tensorflow to train two instances of the same neural network with two different datasets. the network itself is quite simple with an input and output layer and 6 hidden layers (each layer is a 20 meurons followed by a non-linear activation function).

I can train the network with two different datasets and that is fine. Now, what i want to do is basically create a new network which is a combination of these two trained networks. In particular, I want the input and the first 3 layers to be from one of the trained network and the last 3 layers and the output layer to be from the other network. I am very new to tensorflow and have not found a way to do this. Can someone point me to the API or some way to do this sort of hybrid networks?

It seems merging two neural networks does not make any sense. You may instead train one deep R-CNN or with just 2 different NN trained, You may classify as for a test case,if outputs of both NN agree, then output the common output, else the NN which outputs 1, its precision and NN which outputs -1, ratio of its correct negatives to total cases which it predicted negative(calculated in training), whichever is greater, output that NN's output.

Hope these articles will help you.



http://blog.revolutionanalytics.com/2016/09/deep-learning-part-3.htmlenter link description here

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