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|Title:||Real adaboost with gate controlled fusion|
|Authors:||Mayhua López, Efraín Tito|
Gómez Verdejo, Vanessa
|Keywords:||Bench-mark problems;Classification performance;Computational effort;Controlled fusion;ensembles;Linear combinations;Mixtures of experts;Training requirement;Benchmarking;Classification (of information);Direct energy conversion;Neural networks;Adaptive boosting|
|Abstract:||In this brief, we propose to increase the capabilities of standard real AdaBoost (RAB) architectures by replacing their linear combinations with a fusion controlled by a gate with fixed kernels. Experimental results in a series of well-known benchmark problems support the effectiveness of this approach in improving classification performance. Although the need for cross-validation processes obviously leads to higher training requirements and more computational effort, the operation load is never much higher; in many cases it is even lower than that of competitive RAB schemes. © 2012 IEEE.|
|Appears in Collections:||Artículos de investigación|
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