Behaviour of Similarity-Based Neuro-Fuzzy Networks and Evolutionary Algorithms in Time Series Model Mining

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ConferenceProceedings of the 9th International Conference on Neural Information Processing (ICONIP'02), November 18-22, 2002., Orchid Country Club, Singapore
AbstractThis paper presents the first in a series of experiments to study the behavior of a hybrid technique for model discovery in multivariate time series using similarity based neurofuzzy neural networks and genetic algorithms. This method discovers dependency patterns relating future values of a target series with past values of all examined series, and then constructs a prediction function. It accepts a mixture of numeric and non-numeric variables, fuzzy information, and missing values. Experiments were made changing parameters controlling the algorithm from the point of view of: i) the neuro-fuzzy network, ii) the genetic algorithm, and iii) the parallel implementation. Experimental results show that the method is fast, robust and effectively discovers relevant interdependencies.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Information Technology; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number44954
NPARC number5765378
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