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Evolving Single- and Multi-Model Fuzzy Classifiers with FLEXFIS-Class

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Evolving Single- and Multi-Model Fuzzy Classifiers with FLEXFIS-Class
Abstract-- In this paper a new method for training singlemodel and multi-model fuzzy classifiers incrementally and adaptively is proposed, which is called FLEXFIS-Class. The evolving scheme for the single-model case exploits a conventional zeroorder fuzzy classification model architecture with Gaussian fuzzy sets in the rules antecedents, crisp class labels in the rule consequents and rule weights standing for confidence values in the class labels. In the multi-model case FLEXFIS-Class exploits the idea of regression by an indicator matrix to evolve a TakagiSugeno fuzzy model for each separate class and combines the single models' predictions to a final classification statement. The paper includes a technique for increasing the prediction quality, whenever a drift in a data stream occurs. An empirical analysis will be given based on an online, adaptive image classification framework, where images showing production items should be classified into good or bad ones. This analysis wi...
Edwin Lughofer, Plamen P. Angelov, Xiaowei Zhou
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where FUZZIEEE
Authors Edwin Lughofer, Plamen P. Angelov, Xiaowei Zhou
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