Evaluation of randomized variable translation wavelet neural networks

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Conference Proceeding
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Communications in Computer and Information Science, 2017, 788 pp. 3 - 12
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2017-01-01
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© Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2017. A variable translation wavelet neural network (VT-WNN) is a type of wavelet neural network that is able to adapt to the changes in the input. Different learning algorithms have been proposed such as backpropagation and hybrid wavelet-particle swarm optimization. However, most of them are time costly. This paper proposed a new learning mechanism for VT-WNN using random weights. To validate the performance of randomized VT-WNN, several experiments using benchmark data form UCI machine learning datasets were conducted. The experimental results show that RVT-WNN can work on a broad range of applications from the small size up to the large size with comparable performance to other well-known classifiers.
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