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Jun-lin Zhou

Bio: Jun-lin Zhou is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Deep learning & Evolutionary programming. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 1 publications receiving 9 citations.

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TL;DR: A classification approach based on evolutionary neural networks (CABEN) is presented, which establishes classifiers by a group of three-layer feed-forward neural networks, which has the better performance in classification precision compared with Bayesian and decision trees.
Abstract: * Supported by the Natural Science Foundation under grant NO. 10476006 Abstract: Classification is important in data mining and machine learning. In this paper, a classification approach based on evolutionary neural networks (CABEN) is presented, which establishes classifiers by a group of three-layer feed-forward neural networks. The neural networks are trained by an improving algorithm synthesizing modified Evolutionary Strategy and Levenberg-Marquardt optimization method. The class label of the identifying data can first be evaluated by each neural network, and the final classification result is obtained according to the absolute-majority-voting rule. Experimental results show that the algorithm is effective for the classification, and has the better performance in classification precision, comparing with Bayesian and decision trees, especially for the complex classification problems with many classes.

9 citations


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01 Jan 2002

9,314 citations

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TL;DR: This paper describes the latest progress of ELM in recent years, including the model and specific applications of ELm, and finally points out the research and development prospects ofELM in the future.
Abstract: Extreme learning machine (ELM) is a new learning algorithm for the single hidden layer feedforward neural networks Compared with the conventional neural network learning algorithm it overcomes the slow training speed and over-fitting problems ELM is based on empirical risk minimization theory and its learning process needs only a single iteration The algorithm avoids multiple iterations and local minimization It has been used in various fields and applications because of better generalization ability, robustness, and controllability and fast learning rate In this paper, we make a review of ELM latest research progress about the algorithms, theory and applications It first analyzes the theory and the algorithm ideas of ELM, then tracking describes the latest progress of ELM in recent years, including the model and specific applications of ELM, finally points out the research and development prospects of ELM in the future

429 citations

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TL;DR: This paper proposes a Collaborative Extreme Learning Machine (CELM) with a Confidence Interval (CI), which is an enhanced version of the traditional Extreme learning machine (ELM), and improves the prediction accuracy by considering where plausible predictions lie.

14 citations

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Bin Wang1, Bin Yang1, Jinfang Sheng1, Mengsheng Chen, Guoqiang He 
23 Jan 2009
TL;DR: The proposed conjugate gradient algorithm has global convergence, optimizes the learning steps using new line search rules and improves the convergence speed, and the new algorithm is applied in the cost prediction of actual sintering production.
Abstract: This paper studies various training algorithms of BP neural network and proposes an improved conjugate gradient algorithm which combines conjugate gradient algorithm with inexact line search route based on generalized Curry principle. The proposed algorithm has global convergence, optimizes the learning steps using new line search rules and improves the convergence speed. The new algorithm is applied in the cost prediction of actual sintering production. Simulation results show that the algorithm has better convergence compared with traditional conjugate gradient algorithms. The MSE of prediction is 0.0098 and accuracy rate reaches 94.31%.

14 citations

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TL;DR: The extensive experimental analysis demonstrates that the proposed p2p learning model is efficient in learning and sharing for patient diagnosis and shows the potential impact under different network topologies, network sizes and the number of learning peers.

10 citations