An Improved Brain-Inspired Emotional Learning Algorithm for Fast Classification
AbstractClassification is an important task of machine intelligence in the field of information. The artificial neural network (ANN) is widely used for classification. However, the traditional ANN shows slow training speed, and it is hard to meet the real-time requirement for large-scale applications. In this paper, an improved brain-inspired emotional learning (BEL) algorithm is proposed for fast classification. The BEL algorithm was put forward to mimic the high speed of the emotional learning mechanism in mammalian brain, which has the superior features of fast learning and low computational complexity. To improve the accuracy of BEL in classification, the genetic algorithm (GA) is adopted for optimally tuning the weights and biases of amygdala and orbitofrontal cortex in the BEL neural network. The combinational algorithm named as GA-BEL has been tested on eight University of California at Irvine (UCI) datasets and two well-known databases (Japanese Female Facial Expression, Cohn–Kanade). The comparisons of experiments indicate that the proposed GA-BEL is more accurate than the original BEL algorithm, and it is much faster than the traditional algorithm. View Full-Text
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Mei, Y.; Tan, G.; Liu, Z. An Improved Brain-Inspired Emotional Learning Algorithm for Fast Classification. Algorithms 2017, 10, 70.
Mei Y, Tan G, Liu Z. An Improved Brain-Inspired Emotional Learning Algorithm for Fast Classification. Algorithms. 2017; 10(2):70.Chicago/Turabian Style
Mei, Ying; Tan, Guanzheng; Liu, Zhentao. 2017. "An Improved Brain-Inspired Emotional Learning Algorithm for Fast Classification." Algorithms 10, no. 2: 70.
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