On-line pattern classification with multiple neural network systems:an experimental study

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StatementChee Peng Lim andRobert F.Harrison.
SeriesResearch report / University of Sheffield. Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering -- no.651, Research report (University of Sheffield. Department of Automatic Control Engineering) -- no.651.
ContributionsHarrison, R. F.
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Online Pattern Classification With Multiple Neural Network Systems: An Experimental Study Chee Peng Lim and Robert F. Harrison Abstract— In this paper, an empirical study of the development and application of a committee of neural networks on online pattern classification tasks is presented.

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On-Line Pattern Classification with Multiple Neural Network Systems: An Experimental Study By Chee Peng Lim and R.F. Harrison Download PDF (10 MB)Author: Chee Peng Lim and R.F. Harrison. Multiclass neural learning involves finding appropriate neural network architecture, encoding schemes, learning algorithms, etc.

We discuss major approaches used. The experiments demonstrate the potentials of the proposed multiple neural network systems in offering an alternative to handle online pattern classification tasks in possibly nonstationary. Pattern classification is a task common to the areas of artificial intelligence, pattern recognition, neural networks and machine learning.

Advanced research in these areas and simillarities in problem solving has led to further investigation into the area of statistcal pattern recognition. To this end, there has been an upsurge in (data-driven) machine learning methods, such as symbolic time series analysis, hidden Markov modeling, and artificial neural networks, which often rely on some form of supervised learning based on preclassified data to construct the classifier.

In our previous paper [9], we have dealt with the issues of vagueness in multiclass neural network classification using a pair of neural networks with multiple outputs. The first network predicts. Fatih A. Unal, in Neural Networks and Pattern Recognition, 1 Introduction.

Pattern recognition systems consist of four functional units: A feature extractor (to select and measure the representative properties of raw input data in a reduced form), a pattern matcher (to compare an input pattern to reference patterns using a distance measure), a reference templates memory (against which.

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In this paper, a review of a variety of supervised neural networks with online learning capabilities is presented. Specifically, we focus on articles published in main indexed journals in the past 10 years (–).

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