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My OS is Windows 7, this error happens in NetModel[], and I can only kill Mathematica.

I've installed a clean Mathematica 11.2. How to avoid this? Is this a common problem? Maybe you can reproduce by Ctrl+A NetModel's HelpPage, and Shift+Enter

If I un-tick Dynamic updating enabled, seems something is wrong with the result.

Linux@Ubuntu also has this problem.


I think there is something wrong with the FrontEnd in 11.2

obj=ResourceObject["CIFAR-100"]; obj["Properties"] gives no result in 11.2 after waiting a long time and gives Abort Dynamic Evaluation Error

11.1 works fine.

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  • $\begingroup$ (1) NetModel[] doesn't seem to be valid syntax, so I assume you did something else. (2) NetModel is marked "EXPERIMENTAL" in the docs, which suggests it has not been fully vetted. WRI would probably appreciate feedback, as well as a reliable way to reproduce the problem. (3) I can get the "Kernel not responding..." dialog for a variety of reasons. More information is needed to answer this question, I suspect. $\endgroup$ – Michael E2 Dec 29 '17 at 4:20
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  1. Go to Edit>Preferences>Advanced>Open Option Inspector .
  2. On the left tree , select Cell Options>Evaluation Options .
  3. On the right hand side change the "DynamicEvaluationTimeout" Value to whatever you want (eg. infinity or 90)
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