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S. Jakubek, N. Keuth:
"A new Training Algorithm for Neuro-Fuzzy Networks";
Vortrag: ICINCO 2005 (2nd internat. Conference on Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics), Barcelona; 14.09.2005 - 17.09.2006; in: "Proceedings of the 2005 ICINCO", (2005).



Kurzfassung deutsch:
In this paper a new iterative construction algorithm for local model
networks is presented. The algorithm is focussed on building models with sparsely
distributed data as they occur in engine optimization processes. The validity function
of each local model is fitted to the available data using statistical criteria
along with regularisation and thus allowing an arbitrary orientation and extent
in the input space. Local models are consecutively placed into those regions of
the input space where the model error is still large thus guaranteeing maximal
improvement through each new local model. The orientation and extent of each
validity function is also adapted to the available training data such that the determination
of the local regression parameters is a well posed problem. The regularisation
of the model can be controlled in a distinct manner using only two
user-defined parameters. Examples from an industrial problems illustrate the efficiency
of the proposed algorithm.

Kurzfassung englisch:
In this paper a new iterative construction algorithm for local model
networks is presented. The algorithm is focussed on building models with sparsely
distributed data as they occur in engine optimization processes. The validity function
of each local model is fitted to the available data using statistical criteria
along with regularisation and thus allowing an arbitrary orientation and extent
in the input space. Local models are consecutively placed into those regions of
the input space where the model error is still large thus guaranteeing maximal
improvement through each new local model. The orientation and extent of each
validity function is also adapted to the available training data such that the determination
of the local regression parameters is a well posed problem. The regularisation
of the model can be controlled in a distinct manner using only two
user-defined parameters. Examples from an industrial problems illustrate the efficiency
of the proposed algorithm.


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