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A neural model for multi-expert architectures

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A neural model for multi-expert architectures
We present a generalization of conventional artificial neural networks that allows for a functional equivalence to multi-expert systems. The new model provides an architectural freedom going beyond existing multi-expert models and an integrative formalism to compare and combine various techniques of learning. (We consider gradient, EM, reinforcement, and unsupervised learning.) Its uniform representation aims at a simple genetic encoding and evolutionary structure optimization of multi-expert systems. This paper contains a detailed description of the model and learning rules, empirically validates its functionality, and discusses future perspectives.
Marc Toussaint
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where CORR
Authors Marc Toussaint
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