Core Set Sequential Feed-Forward Neural Networks

  IJRES-book-cover  International Journal of Recent Engineering Science (IJRES)  
© 2015 by IJRES Journal
Volume-2 Issue-5
Year of Publication : 2015
Authors : Shuxia Lu, Chenxu Zhu, Yangfan Zhou
DOI : 10.14445/23497157/IJRES-V2I5P104

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Shuxia Lu, Chenxu Zhu, Yangfan Zhou, " Core Set Sequential Feed-Forward Neural Networks," International Journal of Recent Engineering Science, vol. 2, no. 5, pp. 22-26, 2015. Crossref,

A core set sequential feed-forward neural networks (CS-SFFN) approach is proposed in order to deal with large datasets classification problem. In the first stage, the core set can be obtained efficiently by using the generalized core vector machine (GCVM) algorithm. For the second stage, the sequential feedforward neural networks (SFFN) can be used to implement classification. A strategy proposed within CS-SFFN is to take hidden-layer input weights as a subset of the core set (input strategy). Experiments show that the CS-SFFN has comparable performance with SV-SFFNs and EM-ELM.

Core vector machine; Core set; Error minimized extreme learning machine; Support vector sequential feed-forward neural networks; Sequential approximations

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