Comparison of rough multi layer perceptron and rough radial basis function networks using fuzzy attributes

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2004
Vural, Hülya
The hybridization of soft computing methods of Radial Basis Function (RBF) neural networks, Multi Layer Perceptron (MLP) neural networks with back-propagation learning, fuzzy sets and rough sets are studied in the scope of this thesis. Conventional MLP, conventional RBF, fuzzy MLP, fuzzy RBF, rough fuzzy MLP, and rough fuzzy RBF networks are compared. In the fuzzy neural networks implemented in this thesis, the input data and the desired outputs are given fuzzy membership values as the fuzzy properties أlowؤ, أmediumؤ and أhighؤ. In the rough fuzzy MLP, initial weights and near optimal number of hidden nodes are estimated using rough dependency rules. A rough fuzzy RBF structure similar to the rough fuzzy MLP is proposed. The rough fuzzy RBF was inspected whether dependencies like the ones in rough fuzzy MLP can be concluded.

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H. Vural, “Comparison of rough multi layer perceptron and rough radial basis function networks using fuzzy attributes,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2004.