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I want to encode temporal data as an input for a neural net. Currently it takes in a vector of length inputLength. TemporalData does not have a out of the box encoder and I am not proficient with mathematica. I ask: How do i write such encoder?

I think a Syntax alike NetEncoder["TemporalData", {inputLength}] would be nice, similair to

imageenc =  
  NetEncoder[{"Image", {12, 12}, "ColorSpace" -> "Grayscale"}]

I have tried nothing and am all out of ideas. If somebody knows an approach detail will be appreciated as I am new to mathematica.

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  • $\begingroup$ Could you gives a few examples of this 'temporal data' and what output you want from a custom NetEncoder? I don't think you've given enough information above for anyone to answer this question. $\endgroup$ – Sebastian Apr 17 '18 at 16:47
  • $\begingroup$ any temporal data object, which can be constructed like TemporalData[vector, {0, maxT, dt}], where vector is a list/array/vector containing real values $\endgroup$ – Gladaed Apr 18 '18 at 11:15

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