Evolutionary fuzzy clustering and functional modular neural network-based human recognition

Srivastava, Vivek; Tripathi, Bipin; Pathak, Vinay
May 2013
Neural Computing & Applications;May2013 Supplement, Vol. 22, p411
Academic Journal
Computational intelligence shows its ability for solving many real-world problems efficiently. Synergism of fuzzy logic, evolutionary computation, and neural network can lead to development of a computational efficient and performance-rich system. In this paper, we propose a new approach for solving the human recognition problem that is the fusion of evolutionary fuzzy clustering and functional modular neural networks (FMNN). Evolutionary searching technique is applied for finding the optimal number of clusters that are generated through fuzzy clustering. The functional modular neural network has been used for recognition process that is evaluated with the help of integration based on combining the outcomes of FMNN. Performance of the proposed technique has been empirically evaluated and analyzed with the help of different parameters.


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