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A General Reflex Fuzzy Min-Max Neural Network

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A General Reflex Fuzzy Min-Max Neural Network
—“A General Reflex Fuzzy Min-Max Neural Network” (GRFMN) is presented. GRFMN is capable to extract the underlying structure of the data by means of supervised, unsupervised and partially supervised learning. Learning under partial supervision is of high importance for the practical implementation of pattern recognition systems, as it may not be always feasible to get a fully labeled dataset for training or cost of labeling all samples is not affordable. GRFMN applies the acquired knowledge to learn a mixture of labeled and unlabeled data. It uses aggregation of hyperbox fuzzy sets to represent a class or cluster. A novel reflex mechanism inspired from human brain is used to solve the problem of class overlaps. The reflex mechanism consists of compensatory neurons which become active if the test data belongs to an overlap region of two or more hyperboxes representing different classes. These neurons help to approximate the complex topology of data in a better way. The proposed new...
Abhijeet V. Nandedkar, Prabir Kumar Biswas
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where ENGL
Authors Abhijeet V. Nandedkar, Prabir Kumar Biswas
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