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  1. Predictive control with mean derivative based neural euler integrator dynamic model

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    Paulo M. Tasinaffo

    2007-03-01

    Full Text Available Neural networks can be trained to get internal working models in dynamic systems control schemes. This has usually been done designing the neural network in the form of a discrete model with delayed inputs of the NARMA type (Non-linear Auto Regressive Moving Average. In recent works the use of the neural network inside the structure of ordinary differential equations (ODE numerical integrators has also been considered to get dynamic systems discrete models. In this paper, an extension of this latter approach, where a feed forward neural network modeling mean derivatives is used in the structure of an Euler integrator, is presented and applied in a Nonlinear Predictive Control (NPC scheme. The use of the neural network to approximate the mean derivative function, instead of the dynamic system ODE instantaneous derivative function, allows any specified accuracy to be attained in the modeling of dynamic systems with the use of a simple Euler integrator. This makes the predictive control implementation a simpler task, since it is only necessary to deal with the linear structure of a first order integrator in the calculations of control actions. To illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed approach, results of tests in a problem of orbit transfer between Earth and Mars and in a problem of three-axis attitude control of a rigid body satellite are presented.Redes neurais podem ser treinadas para obter o modelo de trabalho interno para esquemas de controle de sitemas dinâmicos. A forma usual adotada é projetar a rede neural na forma de um modelo discreto com entradas atrasadas do tipo NARMA (Non-linear Auto Regressive Moving Average. Em trabalhos recentes a utilização de uma rede neural inserida em uma estrutura de integração numérica tem sido também considerada para a obtenção de modelos discretos para sistemas dinâmicos. Neste trabalho, uma extensão da última abordagem é apresentada e aplicada em um esquema de controle n

  2. 3D GIS spatial operation based on extended Euler operators

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    Xu, Hongbo; Lu, Guonian; Sheng, Yehua; Zhou, Liangchen; Guo, Fei; Shang, Zuoyan; Wang, Jing

    2008-10-01

    The implementation of 3 dimensions spatial operations, based on certain data structure, has a lack of universality and is not able to treat with non-manifold cases, at present. ISO/DIS 19107 standard just presents the definition of Boolean operators and set operators for topological relationship query, and OGC GeoXACML gives formal definitions for several set functions without implementation detail. Aiming at these problems, based mathematical foundation on cell complex theory, supported by non-manifold data structure and using relevant research in the field of non-manifold geometry modeling for reference, firstly, this paper according to non-manifold Euler-Poincaré formula constructs 6 extended Euler operators and inverse operators to carry out creating, updating and deleting 3D spatial elements, as well as several pairs of supplementary Euler operators to convenient for implementing advanced functions. Secondly, we change topological element operation sequence of Boolean operation and set operation as well as set functions defined in GeoXACML into combination of extended Euler operators, which separates the upper functions and lower data structure. Lastly, we develop underground 3D GIS prototype system, in which practicability and credibility of extended Euler operators faced to 3D GIS presented by this paper are validated.

  3. Control theory based airfoil design using the Euler equations

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    Jameson, Antony; Reuther, James

    1994-01-01

    This paper describes the implementation of optimization techniques based on control theory for airfoil design. In our previous work it was shown that control theory could be employed to devise effective optimization procedures for two-dimensional profiles by using the potential flow equation with either a conformal mapping or a general coordinate system. The goal of our present work is to extend the development to treat the Euler equations in two-dimensions by procedures that can readily be generalized to treat complex shapes in three-dimensions. Therefore, we have developed methods which can address airfoil design through either an analytic mapping or an arbitrary grid perturbation method applied to a finite volume discretization of the Euler equations. Here the control law serves to provide computationally inexpensive gradient information to a standard numerical optimization method. Results are presented for both the inverse problem and drag minimization problem.

  4. A review of propeller modelling techniques based on Euler methods

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    Zondervan, G.J.D.

    1995-01-01

    Future generation civil aircraft will be powered by new, highly efficient propeller propulsion systems. New, advanced design tools like Euler methods will be needed in the design process of these aircraft. This report describes the application of Euler methods to the modelling of flowfields generated by propellers. An introduction is given in the general layout of propellers and the propeller slipstream. It is argued that Euler methods can treat a wider range of flow conditions than the class...

  5. Consumer Preferences and the Reliability of Euler Equation Tests of Capital Mobility ; Some Simulation-Based Evidence

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    Pierdzioch, Christian; Doepke, Joerg; Buch, Claudia M

    2002-01-01

    The globalization of international financial markets has renewed interest in the measurement of capital mobility. Consumption-based tests such as the Euler equation test are commonly used. These tests, however, are derived under restrictive assumptions on consumer behavior. In this paper, we ask how the Euler equation test of capital mobility performs if these restrictive assumptions are relaxed. We simulate a dynamic general equilibrium two-country model under alternative assumptions regardi...

  6. A test of Gaussianity based on the Euler characteristic of excursion sets

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    Di Bernardino, Elena; Estrade, Anne; León, José Rafael

    2016-01-01

    In the present paper, we deal with a stationary random field $X:\\R^d \\to \\R$ and we assume it is partially observed through some level functionals. We aim at providing a methodology for a test of Gaussianity based on this information. More precisely, the level functionals are given by the Euler characteristic of the excursion sets above some levels. On the one hand, we study the properties of these level functionals under the hypothesis that the random field $X$ is Gaussian. In particular, we...

  7. Numerical investigation of water-based nanofluid subcooled flow boiling by three-phase Euler-Euler, Euler-Lagrange approach

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    Valizadeh, Ziba; Shams, Mehrzad

    2016-08-01

    A numerical scheme for simulating the subcooled flow boiling of water and water-based nanofluids was developed. At first, subcooled flow boiling of water was simulated by the Eulerian multiphase scheme. Then the simulation results were compared with previous experimental data and a good agreement was observed. In the next step, subcooled flow boiling of water-based nanofluid was modeled. In the previous studies in this field, the nanofluid assumed as a homogeneous liquid and the two-phase scheme was used to simulate its boiling. In the present study, a new scheme was used to model the nanofluid boiling. In this scheme, to model the nanofluid flow boiling, three phases, water, vapor and nanoparticles were considered. The Eulerian-Eulerian approach was used for modeling water-vapor interphase and Eulerian-Lagrangian scheme was selected to observe water-nanoparticle interphase behavior. The results from the nanofluid boiling modeling were validated with an experimental investigation. The results of the present work and experimental data were consistent. The addition of 0.0935 % volume fraction of nanoparticles in pure liquid boiling flow increases the vapor volume fraction at the outlet almost by 40.7 %. The results show the three-phase model is a good approach to simulate the nanofluid boiling flow.

  8. A proof of image Euler Number formula

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    LIN Xiaozhu; SHA Yun; JI Junwei; WANG Yanmin

    2006-01-01

    Euler Number is one of the most important characteristics in topology. In two- dimension digital images, the Euler characteristic is locally computable. The form of Euler Number formula is different under 4-connected and 8-connected conditions. Based on the definition of the Foreground Segment and Neighbor Number, a formula of the Euler Number computing is proposed and is proved in this paper. It is a new idea to locally compute Euler Number of 2D image.

  9. Development of 3d reactor burnup code based on Monte Carlo method and exponential Euler method

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    Burnup analysis plays a key role in fuel breeding, transmutation and post-processing in nuclear reactor. Burnup codes based on one-dimensional and two-dimensional transport method have difficulties in meeting the accuracy requirements. A three-dimensional burnup analysis code based on Monte Carlo method and Exponential Euler method has been developed. The coupling code combines advantage of Monte Carlo method in complex geometry neutron transport calculation and FISPACT in fast and precise inventory calculation, meanwhile resonance Self-shielding effect in inventory calculation can also be considered. The IAEA benchmark text problem has been adopted for code validation. Good agreements were shown in the comparison with other participants' results. (authors)

  10. Development of higher-order perturbation approaches based on adaptive euler-lagrange fields

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    A higher-order generalized perturbation approach, based on a computationally efficient recursive higher-order sensitivity field correction concept (HGPT/RE), is presented. This method enables a higher-order GPT treatment of integral as well as local core response quantities of relevance for reactor core simulation. Examples are integral core reactivity, localised flux and power density. For the integral core reactivity, the HGPT/RE method enables a clear extension of the first-order classical reactivity perturbation formula, thereby enabling arbitrary accuracy, up to exact results, for pure neutronics reactivity perturbation scenarios. For both integral and local response quantities, the typical GPT computational efficiency is preserved, while enabling high accuracy for larger perturbations as well. The developed concept features highly efficient and computationally very inexpensive recursive relationships between successive sensitivity field correction expansion coefficients. The latter depend on the imposed localised core composition variations and are applied to span a perturbation-dependent adjusted sensitivity (Euler-Lagrange) field in terms of a limited number of adjoint unit response fields. The set of unit response fields needs to be computed merely for the unperturbed core. Rigorous mathematical derivations are presented, followed by numerical verifications that include larger in-core composition perturbations as well. (authors)

  11. Complementing ODE-Based System Analysis Using Boolean Networks Derived from an Euler-Like Transformation.

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    Claudia Stötzel

    Full Text Available In this paper, we present a systematic transition scheme for a large class of ordinary differential equations (ODEs into Boolean networks. Our transition scheme can be applied to any system of ODEs whose right hand sides can be written as sums and products of monotone functions. It performs an Euler-like step which uses the signs of the right hand sides to obtain the Boolean update functions for every variable of the corresponding discrete model. The discrete model can, on one hand, be considered as another representation of the biological system or, alternatively, it can be used to further the analysis of the original ODE model. Since the generic transformation method does not guarantee any property conservation, a subsequent validation step is required. Depending on the purpose of the model this step can be based on experimental data or ODE simulations and characteristics. Analysis of the resulting Boolean model, both on its own and in comparison with the ODE model, then allows to investigate system properties not accessible in a purely continuous setting. The method is exemplarily applied to a previously published model of the bovine estrous cycle, which leads to new insights regarding the regulation among the components, and also indicates strongly that the system is tailored to generate stable oscillations.

  12. A Computational Investigation of the Finite-Time Blow-Up of the 3D Incompressible Euler Equations Based on the Voigt Regularization

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    Larios, Adam; Titi, Edriss S; Wingate, Beth

    2015-01-01

    We report the results of a computational investigation of two recently proved blow-up criteria for the 3D incompressible Euler equations. These criteria are based on an inviscid regularization of the Euler equations known as the 3D Euler-Voigt equations. The latter are known to be globally well-posed. Moreover, simulations of the 3D Euler-Voigt equations also require less resolution than simulations of the 3D Euler equations for fixed values of the regularization parameter $\\alpha>0$. Therefore, the new blow-up criteria allow one to gain information about possible singularity formation in the 3D Euler equations indirectly; namely, by simulating the better-behaved 3D Euler-Voigt equations. The new criteria are only known to be sufficient criteria for blow-up. Therefore, to test the robustness of the inviscid-regularization approach, we also investigate analogous criteria for blow-up of the 1D Burgers equation, where blow-up is well-known to occur.

  13. Airfoil design using a coupled euler and integral boundary layer method with adjoint based sensitivities

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    Edwards, S.; Reuther, J.; Chattot, J. J.

    The objective of this paper is to present a control theory approach for the design of airfoils in the presence of viscous compressible flows. A coupled system of the integral boundary layer and the Euler equations is solved to provide rapid flow simulations. An adjoint approach consistent with the complete coupled state equations is employed to obtain the sensitivities needed to drive a numerical optimization algorithm. Design to a target pressure distribution is demonstrated on an RAE 2822 airfoil at transonic speeds.

  14. Neural Network based Consumption Forecasting

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    Madsen, Per Printz

    2016-01-01

    active participation in the future smart grid environment. One of the main obstacles for making optimal energy consumption is to have good predictions of the future energy consumption. This study is based on real consumption data from eight houses in Denmark. There are designed two different prediction...... models. It is shown that both of the predictions model produce a better consumption prediction then a naïve model. Seen in this perspective is it concluded that it is possible to use Artificial Neural Networks for predicting the energy consumption in ordinary family houses....

  15. Adaptive Control Based On Neural Network

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    Wei, Sun; Lujin, Zhang; Jinhai, Zou; Siyi, Miao

    2009-01-01

    In this paper, the adaptive control based on neural network is studied. Firstly, a neural network based adaptive robust tracking control design is proposed for robotic systems under the existence of uncertainties. In this proposed control strategy, the NN is used to identify the modeling uncertainties, and then the disadvantageous effects caused by neural network approximating error and external disturbances in robotic system are counteracted by robust controller. Especially the proposed cont...

  16. Anisotropic optical flow algorithm based on self-adaptive cellular neural network

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    Zhang, Congxuan; Chen, Zhen; Li, Ming; Sun, Kaiqiong

    2013-01-01

    An anisotropic optical flow estimation method based on self-adaptive cellular neural networks (CNN) is proposed. First, a novel optical flow energy function which contains a robust data term and an anisotropic smoothing term is projected. Next, the CNN model which has the self-adaptive feedback operator and threshold is presented according to the Euler-Lagrange partial differential equations of the proposed optical flow energy function. Finally, the elaborate evaluation experiments indicate the significant effects of the various proposed strategies for optical flow estimation, and the comparison results with the other methods show that the proposed algorithm has better performance in computing accuracy and efficiency.

  17. Cryptography based on delayed chaotic neural networks

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    Yu Wenwu [Department of Mathematics, Southeast University, Nanjing 210096 (China); Cao Jinde [Department of Mathematics, Southeast University, Nanjing 210096 (China)]. E-mail: jdcao@seu.edu.cn

    2006-08-14

    In this Letter, a novel approach of encryption based on chaotic Hopfield neural networks with time varying delay is proposed. We use the chaotic neural network to generate binary sequences which will be used for masking plaintext. The plaintext is masked by switching of chaotic neural network maps and permutation of generated binary sequences. Simulation results were given to show the feasibility and effectiveness in the proposed scheme of this Letter. As a result, chaotic cryptography becomes more practical in the secure transmission of large multi-media files over public data communication network.

  18. Cryptography based on delayed chaotic neural networks

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    In this Letter, a novel approach of encryption based on chaotic Hopfield neural networks with time varying delay is proposed. We use the chaotic neural network to generate binary sequences which will be used for masking plaintext. The plaintext is masked by switching of chaotic neural network maps and permutation of generated binary sequences. Simulation results were given to show the feasibility and effectiveness in the proposed scheme of this Letter. As a result, chaotic cryptography becomes more practical in the secure transmission of large multi-media files over public data communication network

  19. SAR ATR Based on Convolutional Neural Network

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    Tian Zhuangzhuang; Zhan Ronghui; Hu Jiemin; Zhang Jun

    2016-01-01

    This study presents a new method of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) image target recognition based on a convolutional neural network. First, we introduce a class separability measure into the cost function to improve this network’s ability to distinguish between categories. Then, we extract SAR image features using the improved convolutional neural network and classify these features using a support vector machine. Experimental results using moving and stationary target acquisition and recogni...

  20. The Corrected Simulation Method of Critical Heat Flux Prediction for Water-Cooled Divertor Based on Euler Homogeneous Model

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    Zhang, Jingyang; Han, Le; Chang, Haiping; Liu, Nan; Xu, Tiejun

    2016-02-01

    An accurate critical heat flux (CHF) prediction method is the key factor for realizing the steady-state operation of a water-cooled divertor that works under one-sided high heating flux conditions. An improved CHF prediction method based on Euler's homogeneous model for flow boiling combined with realizable k-ɛ model for single-phase flow is adopted in this paper in which time relaxation coefficients are corrected by the Hertz-Knudsen formula in order to improve the calculation accuracy of vapor-liquid conversion efficiency under high heating flux conditions. Moreover, local large differences of liquid physical properties due to the extreme nonuniform heating flux on cooling wall along the circumference direction are revised by formula IAPWS-IF97. Therefore, this method can improve the calculation accuracy of heat and mass transfer between liquid phase and vapor phase in a CHF prediction simulation of water-cooled divertors under the one-sided high heating condition. An experimental example is simulated based on the improved and the uncorrected methods. The simulation results, such as temperature, void fraction and heat transfer coefficient, are analyzed to achieve the CHF prediction. The results show that the maximum error of CHF based on the improved method is 23.7%, while that of CHF based on uncorrected method is up to 188%, as compared with the experiment results of Ref. [12]. Finally, this method is verified by comparison with the experimental data obtained by International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER), with a maximum error of 6% only. This method provides an efficient tool for the CHF prediction of water-cooled divertors. supported by the National Magnetic Confinement Fusion Science Program of China (No. 2010GB104005) and National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 51406085)

  1. Neural Network Based 3D Surface Reconstruction

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    Vincy Joseph

    2009-11-01

    Full Text Available This paper proposes a novel neural-network-based adaptive hybrid-reflectance three-dimensional (3-D surface reconstruction model. The neural network combines the diffuse and specular components into a hybrid model. The proposed model considers the characteristics of each point and the variant albedo to prevent the reconstructed surface from being distorted. The neural network inputs are the pixel values of the two-dimensional images to be reconstructed. The normal vectors of the surface can then be obtained from the output of the neural network after supervised learning, where the illuminant direction does not have to be known in advance. Finally, the obtained normal vectors can be applied to integration method when reconstructing 3-D objects. Facial images were used for training in the proposed approach

  2. EULER - A Real Virtual Library for Mathematics

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    Jost, Michael

    2004-01-01

    The EULER project completed its work in November 2002. It forms the last part of a very successful project in the specialized but global discipline of mathematics. After a successful RTD project had created the technology, a take-up project has effectively exploited it to the point where its future is assured through a not-for-profit consortium. EULER is a European based, world class, real virtual library for mathematics with up-to-date technological solutions, well accepted by users. In particular, EULER provides a world reference and delivery service, transparent to the end user and offering full coverage of the mathematics literature world-wide, including bibliographic data, peer reviews and/or abstracts, indexing, classification and search, transparent access to library services, co-operation with commercial information providers (publishers, bookstores). The EULER services provide a gateway to the electronic catalogues and repositories of participating institutions, while the latter retain complete respo...

  3. SAR ATR Based on Convolutional Neural Network

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    Tian Zhuangzhuang

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available This study presents a new method of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR image target recognition based on a convolutional neural network. First, we introduce a class separability measure into the cost function to improve this network’s ability to distinguish between categories. Then, we extract SAR image features using the improved convolutional neural network and classify these features using a support vector machine. Experimental results using moving and stationary target acquisition and recognition SAR datasets prove the validity of this method.

  4. Autonomous robot behavior based on neural networks

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    Grolinger, Katarina; Jerbic, Bojan; Vranjes, Bozo

    1997-04-01

    The purpose of autonomous robot is to solve various tasks while adapting its behavior to the variable environment, expecting it is able to navigate much like a human would, including handling uncertain and unexpected obstacles. To achieve this the robot has to be able to find solution to unknown situations, to learn experienced knowledge, that means action procedure together with corresponding knowledge on the work space structure, and to recognize working environment. The planning of the intelligent robot behavior presented in this paper implements the reinforcement learning based on strategic and random attempts for finding solution and neural network approach for memorizing and recognizing work space structure (structural assignment problem). Some of the well known neural networks based on unsupervised learning are considered with regard to the structural assignment problem. The adaptive fuzzy shadowed neural network is developed. It has the additional shadowed hidden layer, specific learning rule and initialization phase. The developed neural network combines advantages of networks based on the Adaptive Resonance Theory and using shadowed hidden layer provides ability to recognize lightly translated or rotated obstacles in any direction.

  5. An Adaptively-Refined, Cartesian, Cell-Based Scheme for the Euler and Navier-Stokes Equations. Ph.D. Thesis - Michigan Univ.

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    Coirier, William John

    1994-01-01

    A Cartesian, cell-based scheme for solving the Euler and Navier-Stokes equations in two dimensions is developed and tested. Grids about geometrically complicated bodies are generated automatically, by recursive subdivision of a single Cartesian cell encompassing the entire flow domain. Where the resulting cells intersect bodies, polygonal 'cut' cells are created. The geometry of the cut cells is computed using polygon-clipping algorithms. The grid is stored in a binary-tree data structure which provides a natural means of obtaining cell-to-cell connectivity and of carrying out solution-adaptive refinement. The Euler and Navier-Stokes equations are solved on the resulting grids using a finite-volume formulation. The convective terms are upwinded, with a limited linear reconstruction of the primitive variables used to provide input states to an approximate Riemann solver for computing the fluxes between neighboring cells. A multi-stage time-stepping scheme is used to reach a steady-state solution. Validation of the Euler solver with benchmark numerical and exact solutions is presented. An assessment of the accuracy of the approach is made by uniform and adaptive grid refinements for a steady, transonic, exact solution to the Euler equations. The error of the approach is directly compared to a structured solver formulation. A non smooth flow is also assessed for grid convergence, comparing uniform and adaptively refined results. Several formulations of the viscous terms are assessed analytically, both for accuracy and positivity. The two best formulations are used to compute adaptively refined solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations. These solutions are compared to each other, to experimental results and/or theory for a series of low and moderate Reynolds numbers flow fields. The most suitable viscous discretization is demonstrated for geometrically-complicated internal flows. For flows at high Reynolds numbers, both an altered grid-generation procedure and a

  6. Euler angles for G2

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    Cacciatori, Sergio; Cerchiai, Bianca Letizia; della Vedova,Alberto; Ortenzi, Giovanni; Scotti, Antonio

    2005-03-10

    We provide a simple parameterization for the group G2, which is analogous to the Euler parameterization for SU(2). We show how to obtain the general element of the group in a form emphasizing the structure of the fibration of G2 with fiber SO(4) and base H, the variety of quaternionic subalgebras of octonions. In particular this allows us to obtain a simple expression for the Haar measure on G2. Moreover, as a by-product it yields a concrete realization and an Einstein metric for H.

  7. Convolutional Neural Network Based dem Super Resolution

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    Chen, Zixuan; Wang, Xuewen; Xu, Zekai; Hou, Wenguang

    2016-06-01

    DEM super resolution is proposed in our previous publication to improve the resolution for a DEM on basis of some learning examples. Meanwhile, the nonlocal algorithm is introduced to deal with it and lots of experiments show that the strategy is feasible. In our publication, the learning examples are defined as the partial original DEM and their related high measurements due to this way can avoid the incompatibility between the data to be processed and the learning examples. To further extent the applications of this new strategy, the learning examples should be diverse and easy to obtain. Yet, it may cause the problem of incompatibility and unrobustness. To overcome it, we intend to investigate a convolutional neural network based method. The input of the convolutional neural network is a low resolution DEM and the output is expected to be its high resolution one. A three layers model will be adopted. The first layer is used to detect some features from the input, the second integrates the detected features to some compressed ones and the final step transforms the compressed features as a new DEM. According to this designed structure, some learning DEMs will be taken to train it. Specifically, the designed network will be optimized by minimizing the error of the output and its expected high resolution DEM. In practical applications, a testing DEM will be input to the convolutional neural network and a super resolution will be obtained. Many experiments show that the CNN based method can obtain better reconstructions than many classic interpolation methods.

  8. A Direct Feedback Control Based on Fuzzy Recurrent Neural Network

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    李明; 马小平

    2002-01-01

    A direct feedback control system based on fuzzy-recurrent neural network is proposed, and a method of training weights of fuzzy-recurrent neural network was designed by applying modified contract mapping genetic algorithm. Computer simul ation results indicate that fuzzy-recurrent neural network controller has perfect dynamic and static performances .

  9. SOLVING INVERSE KINEMATICS OF REDUNDANT MANIPULATOR BASED ON NEURAL NETWORK

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    2003-01-01

    For the redundant manipulators, neural network is used to tackle the velocity inverse kinematics of robot manipulators. The neural networks utilized are multi-layered perceptions with a back-propagation training algorithm. The weight table is used to save the weights solving the inverse kinematics based on the different optimization performance criteria. Simulations verify the effectiveness of using neural network.

  10. Neural Network Based Hausa Language Speech Recognition

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    Matthew K Luka

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available Speech recognition is a key element of diverse applications in communication systems, medical transcription systems, security systems etc. However, there has been very little research in the domain of speech processing for African languages, thus, the need to extend the frontier of research in order to port in, the diverse applications based on speech recognition. Hausa language is an important indigenous lingua franca in west and central Africa, spoken as a first or second language by about fifty million people. Speech recognition of Hausa Language is presented in this paper. A pattern recognition neural network was used for developing the system.

  11. The Hamiltonian Canonical Form for Euler-Lagrange Equations

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    ZHENG Yu

    2002-01-01

    Based on the theory of calculus of variation, some suffcient conditions are given for some Euler-Lagrangcequations to be equivalently represented by finite or even infinite many Hamiltonian canonical equations. Meanwhile,some further applications for equations such as the KdV equation, MKdV equation, the general linear Euler Lagrangeequation and the cylindric shell equations are given.

  12. Euler: Genius Blind Astronomer Mathematician

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    Musielak, Dora

    2014-01-01

    Leonhard Euler, the most prolific mathematician in history, contributed to advance a wide spectrum of topics in celestial mechanics. At the Saint Petersburg Observatory, Euler observed sunspots and tracked the movements of the Moon. Combining astronomical observations with his own mathematical genius, he determined the orbits of planets and comets. Euler laid the foundations of the methods of planetary perturbations and solved many of the Newtonian mechanics problems of the eighteenth century...

  13. Approximations to Euler's constant

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    We study a problem of finding good approximations to Euler's constant γ=lim→∞ Sn, where Sn = Σk=Ln (1)/k-log(n+1), by linear forms in logarithms and harmonic numbers. In 1995, C. Elsner showed that slow convergence of the sequence Sn can be significantly improved if Sn is replaced by linear combinations of Sn with integer coefficients. In this paper, considering more general linear transformations of the sequence Sn we establish new accelerating convergence formulae for γ. Our estimates sharpen and generalize recent Elsner's, Rivoal's and author's results. (author)

  14. Numerical Analysis of Finite Deformation of Overbroken Rock Mass in Gob Area Based on Euler Model of Control Volume

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    LIU Wei-qun; MIAO Xie-xing

    2006-01-01

    The overbroken rock mass of gob areas is made up of broken and accumulated rock blocks compressed to some extent by the overlying strata. The bearing pressure of the gob can directly affect the safety of mining fields, formation of road retained along the next goaf and seepage of water and methane through the gob. In this paper, the software RFPA'2000 is used to construct numerical models. Especially the Euler method of control volume is proposed to solve the simulation difficulty arising from plastically finite deformations. The results show that three characteristic regions occurred in the gob area: (1) a naturally accumulated region, 0-10 m away from unbroken surrounding rock walls, where the bearing pressure is nearly zero; (2) an overcompacted region, 10-20 m away from unbroken walls, where the bearing pressure results in the maximum value of the gob area; (3) a stable compaction region, more than 20 m away from unbroken walls and occupying absolutely most of the gob area, where the bearing pressures show basically no differences. Such a characteristic can explain the easy-seepaged "O"-ring phenomena around mining fields very well.

  15. Principal Symbol of Euler-Lagrange Operators

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    Fatibene, Lorenzo

    2016-01-01

    We shall introduce the principal symbol for Euler-Lagrange operators and use them to charac- terise well-posed initial value problems. We shall clarify how constraints can arise in Lagrangian covariant theories by extending the standard treatment in GR. Finally, we sketch a quantization procedure based on what done in LQG.

  16. Mesh deformation based on artificial neural networks

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    Stadler, Domen; Kosel, Franc; Čelič, Damjan; Lipej, Andrej

    2011-09-01

    In the article a new mesh deformation algorithm based on artificial neural networks is introduced. This method is a point-to-point method, meaning that it does not use connectivity information for calculation of the mesh deformation. Two already known point-to-point methods, based on interpolation techniques, are also presented. In contrast to the two known interpolation methods, the new method does not require a summation over all boundary nodes for one displacement calculation. The consequence of this fact is a shorter computational time of mesh deformation, which is proven by different deformation tests. The quality of the deformed meshes with all three deformation methods was also compared. Finally, the generated and the deformed three-dimensional meshes were used in the computational fluid dynamics numerical analysis of a Francis water turbine. A comparison of the analysis results was made to prove the applicability of the new method in every day computation.

  17. Evolving Chart Pattern Sensitive Neural Network Based Forex Trading Agents

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    Sher, Gene I

    2011-01-01

    Though machine learning has been applied to the foreign exchange market for quiet some time now, and neural networks have been shown to yield good results, in modern approaches neural network systems are optimized through the traditional methods, and their input signals are vectors containing prices and other indicator elements. The aim of this paper is twofold, the presentation and testing of the application of topology and weight evolving artificial neural network (TWEANN) systems to automated currency trading, and the use of chart images as input to a geometrical regularity aware indirectly encoded neural network systems. This paper presents the benchmark results of neural network based automated currency trading systems evolved using TWEANNs, and compares the generalization capabilities of these direct encoded neural networks which use the standard price vector inputs, and the indirect (substrate) encoded neural networks which use chart images as input. The TWEANN algorithm used to evolve these currency t...

  18. Multispectral thermometry based on neural network

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    孙晓刚; 戴景民

    2003-01-01

    In order to overcome the effect of the assumption between emissivity and wavelength on the measurement of true temperature and spectral emissivity for most engineering materials, a neural network based method is proposed for data processing while a blackbody furnace and three optical filters with known spectral transmittance curves were used to make up a true target. The experimental results show that the calculated temperatures are in good agreement with the temperature of the blackbody furnace, and the calculated spectral emissivity curves are in good agreement with the spectral transmittance curves of the filters. The method proposed has been proved to be an effective method for solving the problem of true temperature and emissivity measurement, and it can overcome the effect of the assumption between emissivity and wavelength on the measurement of true temperature and spectral emissivity for most engineering materials.

  19. Clustering-based selective neural network ensemble

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    FU Qiang; HU Shang-xu; ZHAO Sheng-ying

    2005-01-01

    An effective ensemble should consist of a set of networks that are both accurate and diverse. We propose a novel clustering-based selective algorithm for constructing neural network ensemble, where clustering technology is used to classify trained networks according to similarity and optimally select the most accurate individual network from each cluster to make up the ensemble. Empirical studies on regression of four typical datasets showed that this approach yields significantly smaller en semble achieving better performance than other traditional ones such as Bagging and Boosting. The bias variance decomposition of the predictive error shows that the success of the proposed approach may lie in its properly tuning the bias/variance trade-offto reduce the prediction error (the sum of bias2 and variance).

  20. Implementation of neural network based non-linear predictive

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    Sørensen, Paul Haase; Nørgård, Peter Magnus; Ravn, Ole;

    1998-01-01

    -linear systems. GPC is model-based and in this paper we propose the use of a neural network for the modeling of the system. Based on the neural network model a controller with extended control horizon is developed and the implementation issues are discussed, with particular emphasis on an efficient Quasi...

  1. A Neural Network-Based Interval Pattern Matcher

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    Jing Lu

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available One of the most important roles in the machine learning area is to classify, and neural networks are very important classifiers. However, traditional neural networks cannot identify intervals, let alone classify them. To improve their identification ability, we propose a neural network-based interval matcher in our paper. After summarizing the theoretical construction of the model, we take a simple and a practical weather forecasting experiment, which show that the recognizer accuracy reaches 100% and that is promising.

  2. Digital Watermarking Algorithm Based on Wavelet Transform and Neural Network

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    WANG Zhenfei; ZHAI Guangqun; WANG Nengchao

    2006-01-01

    An effective blind digital watermarking algorithm based on neural networks in the wavelet domain is presented. Firstly, the host image is decomposed through wavelet transform. The significant coefficients of wavelet are selected according to the human visual system (HVS) characteristics. Watermark bits are added to them. And then effectively cooperates neural networks to learn the characteristics of the embedded watermark related to them. Because of the learning and adaptive capabilities of neural networks, the trained neural networks almost exactly recover the watermark from the watermarked image. Experimental results and comparisons with other techniques prove the effectiveness of the new algorithm.

  3. Neural bases of accented speech perception

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    Adank, Patti; Nuttall, Helen E.; Banks, Briony; Kennedy-Higgins, Daniel

    2015-01-01

    The recognition of unfamiliar regional and foreign accents represents a challenging task for the speech perception system (Floccia et al., 2006; Adank et al., 2009). Despite the frequency with which we encounter such accents, the neural mechanisms supporting successful perception of accented speech are poorly understood. Nonetheless, candidate neural substrates involved in processing speech in challenging listening conditions, including accented speech, are beginning to be identified. This re...

  4. Neural Network Classifier Based on Growing Hyperspheres

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    Jiřina Jr., Marcel; Jiřina, Marcel

    2000-01-01

    Roč. 10, č. 3 (2000), s. 417-428. ISSN 1210-0552. [Neural Network World 2000. Prague, 09.07.2000-12.07.2000] Grant ostatní: MŠMT ČR(CZ) VS96047; MPO(CZ) RP-4210 Institutional research plan: AV0Z1030915 Keywords : neural network * classifier * hyperspheres * big -dimensional data Subject RIV: BA - General Mathematics

  5. DEM interpolation based on artificial neural networks

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    Jiao, Limin; Liu, Yaolin

    2005-10-01

    This paper proposed a systemic resolution scheme of Digital Elevation model (DEM) interpolation based on Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs). In this paper, we employ BP network to fit terrain surface, and then detect and eliminate the samples with gross errors. This paper uses Self-organizing Feature Map (SOFM) to cluster elevation samples. The study area is divided into many more homogenous tiles after clustering. BP model is employed to interpolate DEM in each cluster. Because error samples are eliminated and clusters are built, interpolation result is better. The case study indicates that ANN interpolation scheme is feasible. It also shows that ANN can get a more accurate result by comparing ANN with polynomial and spline interpolation. ANN interpolation doesn't need to determine the interpolation function beforehand, so manmade influence is lessened. The ANN interpolation is more automatic and intelligent. At the end of the paper, we propose the idea of constructing ANN surface model. This model can be used in multi-scale DEM visualization, and DEM generalization, etc.

  6. Neural Network Based Intelligent Sootblowing System

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    Mark Rhode

    2005-04-01

    . Due to the composition of coal, particulate matter is also a by-product of coal combustion. Modern day utility boilers are usually fitted with electrostatic precipitators to aid in the collection of particulate matter. Although extremely efficient, these devices are sensitive to rapid changes in inlet mass concentration as well as total mass loading. Traditionally, utility boilers are equipped with devices known as sootblowers, which use, steam, water or air to dislodge and clean the surfaces within the boiler and are operated based upon established rule or operator's judgment. Poor sootblowing regimes can influence particulate mass loading to the electrostatic precipitators. The project applied a neural network intelligent sootblowing system in conjunction with state-of-the-art controls and instruments to optimize the operation of a utility boiler and systematically control boiler slagging/fouling. This optimization process targeted reduction of NOx of 30%, improved efficiency of 2% and a reduction in opacity of 5%. The neural network system proved to be a non-invasive system which can readily be adapted to virtually any utility boiler. Specific conclusions from this neural network application are listed below. These conclusions should be used in conjunction with the specific details provided in the technical discussions of this report to develop a thorough understanding of the process.

  7. Architecture Analysis of an FPGA-Based Hopfield Neural Network

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    Miguel Angelo de Abreu de Sousa

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Interconnections between electronic circuits and neural computation have been a strongly researched topic in the machine learning field in order to approach several practical requirements, including decreasing training and operation times in high performance applications and reducing cost, size, and energy consumption for autonomous or embedded developments. Field programmable gate array (FPGA hardware shows some inherent features typically associated with neural networks, such as, parallel processing, modular executions, and dynamic adaptation, and works on different types of FPGA-based neural networks were presented in recent years. This paper aims to address different aspects of architectural characteristics analysis on a Hopfield Neural Network implemented in FPGA, such as maximum operating frequency and chip-area occupancy according to the network capacity. Also, the FPGA implementation methodology, which does not employ multipliers in the architecture developed for the Hopfield neural model, is presented, in detail.

  8. Using Euler buckling springs for vibration isolation

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    Winterflood, J; Blair, D G

    2002-01-01

    Difficulties in obtaining ideal vertical vibration isolation with mechanical springs are identified as being due to the mass of the elastic element which is in turn due to its energy storage requirement. A new technique to minimize this energy is presented - being an Euler column undergoing elastic buckling. The design of a high performance vertical vibration isolation stage based on this technique is presented together with its measured performance.

  9. Using Euler buckling springs for vibration isolation

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    Difficulties in obtaining ideal vertical vibration isolation with mechanical springs are identified as being due to the mass of the elastic element which is in turn due to its energy storage requirement. A new technique to minimize this energy is presented - being an Euler column undergoing elastic buckling. The design of a high performance vertical vibration isolation stage based on this technique is presented together with its measured performance

  10. Network Traffic Prediction based on Particle Swarm BP Neural Network

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    Yan Zhu; Guanghua Zhang; Jing Qiu

    2013-01-01

    The traditional BP neural network algorithm has some bugs such that it is easy to fall into local minimum and the slow convergence speed. Particle swarm optimization is an evolutionary computation technology based on swarm intelligence which can not guarantee global convergence. Artificial Bee Colony algorithm is a global optimum algorithm with many advantages such as simple, convenient and strong robust. In this paper, a new BP neural network based on Artificial Bee Colony algorithm and part...

  11. Image watermarking capacity analysis based on Hopfield neural network

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    Fan Zhang(张帆); Hongbin Zhang(张鸿宾)

    2004-01-01

    In watermarking schemes, watermarking can be viewed as a form of communication problems. Almost all of previous works on image watermarking capacity are based on information theory, using Shannon formula to calculate the capacity of watermarking. In this paper, we present a blind watermarking algorithm using Hopfield neural network, and analyze watermarking capacity based on neural network. In our watermarking algorithm, watermarking capacity is decided by attraction basin of associative memory.

  12. Implementation of neural network based non-linear predictive

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    Sørensen, Paul Haase; Nørgård, Peter Magnus; Ravn, Ole; Poulsen, Niels Kjølstad

    -linear systems. GPC is model-based and in this paper we propose the use of a neural network for the modeling of the system. Based on the neural network model a controller with extended control horizon is developed and the implementation issues are discussed, with particular emphasis on an efficient Quasi......-Newton optimization algorithm. The performance is demonstrated on a pneumatic servo system....

  13. Contractor Prequalification Based on Neural Networks

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    ZHANG Jin-long; YANG Lan-rong

    2002-01-01

    Contractor Prequalification involves the screening of contractors by a project owner, according to a given set of criteria, in order to determine their competence to perform the work if awarded the construction contract. This paper introduces the capabilities of neural networks in solving problems related to contractor prequalification. The neural network systems for contractor prequalification has an input vector of 8 components and an output vector of 1 component. The output vector represents whether a contractor is qualified or not qualified to submit a bid on a project.

  14. Applications of Neural-Based Agents in Computer Game Design

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    Qualls, Joseph; Russomanno, David J.

    2009-01-01

    It is clear from the implementation and analysis of the performance of the game Defend and Gather and the many other examples discussed in this chapter that neural-based agents have the ability to overcome some of the shortcomings associated with implementing classical AI techniques in computer game design. Neural networks can be used in many diverse ways in computer games ranging from agent control, environmental evolution, to content generation. As outlined in Section 3 of this chapter, by ...

  15. Neural-Based Models of Semiconductor Devices for SPICE Simulator

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    Hanene B. Hammouda; Mongia Mhiri; Zièd Gafsi; Kamel Besbes

    2008-01-01

    The paper addresses a simple and fast new approach to implement Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) models for the MOS transistor into SPICE. The proposed approach involves two steps, the modeling phase of the device by NN providing its input/output patterns, and the SPICE implementation process of the resulting model. Using the Taylor series expansion, a neural based small-signal model is derived. The reliability of our approach is validated through simulations of some circuits in DC and small-...

  16. MOVING TARGETS PATTERN RECOGNITION BASED ON THE WAVELET NEURAL NETWORK

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    Ge Guangying; Chen Lili; Xu Jianjian

    2005-01-01

    Based on pattern recognition theory and neural network technology, moving objects automatic detection and classification method integrating advanced wavelet analysis are discussed in detail. An algorithm of moving targets pattern recognition on the combination of inter-frame difference and wavelet neural network is presented. The experimental results indicate that the designed BP wavelet network using this algorithm can recognize and classify moving targets rapidly and effectively.

  17. Dependency-based Convolutional Neural Networks for Sentence Embedding

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    Ma, Mingbo; Huang, Liang; Xiang, Bing; Zhou, Bowen

    2015-01-01

    In sentence modeling and classification, convolutional neural network approaches have recently achieved state-of-the-art results, but all such efforts process word vectors sequentially and neglect long-distance dependencies. To exploit both deep learning and linguistic structures, we propose a tree-based convolutional neural network model which exploit various long-distance relationships between words. Our model improves the sequential baselines on all three sentiment and question classificat...

  18. Neural Network Predictive Control Based Power System Stabilizer

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    Ali Mohamed Yousef

    2012-01-01

    The present study investigates the power system stabilizer based on neural predictive control for improving power system dynamic performance over a wide range of operating conditions. In this study a design and application of the Neural Network Model Predictive Controller (NN-MPC) on a simple power system composed of a synchronous generator connected to an infinite bus through a transmission line is proposed. The synchronous machine is represented in detail, taking into account the effect of ...

  19. Artificial neural network based modelling of internal combustion engine performance

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    Boruah, Dibakor; Thakur, Pintu Kumar; Baruah, Dipal

    2016-01-01

    The present study aims to quantify the applicability of artificial neural network as a black-box model for internal combustion engine performance. In consequence, an artificial neural network (ANN) based model for a four cylinder, four stroke internal combustion diesel engine has been developed on the basis of specific input and output factors, which have been taken from experimental readings for different load and engine speed circumstances. The input parameters that have been used to create...

  20. Decoupling Control Method Based on Neural Network for Missiles

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    ZHAN Li; LUO Xi-shuang; ZHANG Tian-qiao

    2005-01-01

    In order to make the static state feedback nonlinear decoupling control law for a kind of missile to be easy for implementation in practice, an improvement is discussed. The improvement method is to introduce a BP neural network to approximate the decoupling control laws which are designed for different aerodynamic characteristic points, so a new decoupling control law based on BP neural network is produced after the network training. The simulation results on an example illustrate the approach obtained feasible and effective.

  1. Hopfield neural network based on ant system

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    洪炳镕; 金飞虎; 郭琦

    2004-01-01

    Hopfield neural network is a single layer feedforward neural network. Hopfield network requires some control parameters to be carefully selected, else the network is apt to converge to local minimum. An ant system is a nature inspired meta heuristic algorithm. It has been applied to several combinatorial optimization problems such as Traveling Salesman Problem, Scheduling Problems, etc. This paper will show an ant system may be used in tuning the network control parameters by a group of cooperated ants. The major advantage of this network is to adjust the network parameters automatically, avoiding a blind search for the set of control parameters.This network was tested on two TSP problems, 5 cities and 10 cities. The results have shown an obvious improvement.

  2. A Design of Neural-Net Based Decouplers

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    Tokuda, Makoto; Yamamoto, Toru; Monden, Yoshimi

    In process industries such as the chemical plants, a good control performance cannot be obtained by simply using the linear controllers, since most processes are nonlinear multivariable systems with mutual interactions. And now, in various fields, the neural networks are well known as the representative schemes to describe the nonlinear elements included in the systems. Also, many types of neural-net based control systems have been proposed, since they have the ability of function approximation, the training ability and versatility. However, the neural networks tend to require great deal of training iteration or careful adjustments of user-specified parameters. In this paper, a design method of neural-net based decouplers is proposed for nonlinear multivariable systems. Here, the decoupler is generated by the sum of a static decoupler and a neural-net based decoupler. The former is used so that the influence of mutual interactions is roughly removed, and the latter plays a role of compensating the nonlinearities and decoupling the remaining mutual interactions. Thus, by designing the control system as the hybrid system, the burden in training the neural networks can be considerably reduced. Finally, the effectiveness of the proposed control scheme is evaluated on a simulation example.

  3. Nonlinear control structures based on embedded neural system models.

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    Lightbody, G; Irwin, G W

    1997-01-01

    This paper investigates in detail the possible application of neural networks to the modeling and adaptive control of nonlinear systems. Nonlinear neural-network-based plant modeling is first discussed, based on the approximation capabilities of the multilayer perceptron. A structure is then proposed to utilize feedforward networks within a direct model reference adaptive control strategy. The difficulties involved in training this network, embedded within the closed-loop are discussed and a novel neural-network-based sensitivity modeling approach proposed to allow for the backpropagation of errors through the plant to the neural controller. Finally, a novel nonlinear internal model control (IMC) strategy is suggested, that utilizes a nonlinear neural model of the plant to generate parameter estimates over the nonlinear operating region for an adaptive linear internal model, without the problems associated with recursive parameter identification algorithms. Unlike other neural IMC approaches the linear control law can then be readily designed. A continuous stirred tank reactor was chosen as a realistic nonlinear case study for the techniques discussed in the paper. PMID:18255659

  4. Numeral eddy current sensor modelling based on genetic neural network

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    This paper presents a method used to the numeral eddy current sensor modelling based on the genetic neural network to settle its nonlinear problem. The principle and algorithms of genetic neural network are introduced. In this method, the nonlinear model parameters of the numeral eddy current sensor are optimized by genetic neural network (GNN) according to measurement data. So the method remains both the global searching ability of genetic algorithm and the good local searching ability of neural network. The nonlinear model has the advantages of strong robustness, on-line modelling and high precision. The maximum nonlinearity error can be reduced to 0.037% by using GNN. However, the maximum nonlinearity error is 0.075% using the least square method

  5. Learning in neural networks based on a generalized fluctuation theorem

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    Hayakawa, Takashi; Aoyagi, Toshio

    2015-11-01

    Information maximization has been investigated as a possible mechanism of learning governing the self-organization that occurs within the neural systems of animals. Within the general context of models of neural systems bidirectionally interacting with environments, however, the role of information maximization remains to be elucidated. For bidirectionally interacting physical systems, universal laws describing the fluctuation they exhibit and the information they possess have recently been discovered. These laws are termed fluctuation theorems. In the present study, we formulate a theory of learning in neural networks bidirectionally interacting with environments based on the principle of information maximization. Our formulation begins with the introduction of a generalized fluctuation theorem, employing an interpretation appropriate for the present application, which differs from the original thermodynamic interpretation. We analytically and numerically demonstrate that the learning mechanism presented in our theory allows neural networks to efficiently explore their environments and optimally encode information about them.

  6. Impulsive Neural Networks Algorithm Based on the Artificial Genome Model

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    Yuan Gao

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available To describe gene regulatory networks, this article takes the framework of the artificial genome model and proposes impulsive neural networks algorithm based on the artificial genome model. Firstly, the gene expression and the cell division tree are applied to generate spiking neurons with specific attributes, neural network structure, connection weights and specific learning rules of each neuron. Next, the gene segment duplications and divergence model are applied to design the evolutionary algorithm of impulsive neural networks at the level of the artificial genome. The dynamic changes of developmental gene regulatory networks are controlled during the whole evolutionary process. Finally, the behavior of collecting food for autonomous intelligent agent is simulated, which is driven by nerves. Experimental results demonstrate that the algorithm in this article has the evolutionary ability on large-scale impulsive neural networks

  7. Numeral eddy current sensor modelling based on genetic neural network

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    Yu A-Long

    2008-01-01

    This paper presents a method used to the numeral eddy current sensor modelling based on the genetic neural network to settle its nonlinear problem. The principle and algorithms of genetic neural network are introduced. In this method, the nonlinear model parameters of the numeral eddy current sensor are optimized by genetic neural network (GNN) according to measurement data. So the method remains both the global searching ability of genetic algorithm and the good local searching ability of neural network. The nonlinear model has the advantages of strong robustness,on-line modelling and high precision.The maximum nonlinearity error can be reduced to 0.037% by using GNN.However, the maximum nonlinearity error is 0.075% using the least square method.

  8. Colored Noise Prediction Based on Neural Network

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    Gao Fei; Zhang Xiaohui

    2003-01-01

    A method for predicting colored noise by introducing prediction of nonhnear time series is presented By adopting three kinds of neural networks prediction models, the colored noise prediction is studied through changing the filter bandwidth for stochastic noise and the sampling rate for colored noise The results show that colored noise can be predicted The prediction error decreases with the increasing of the sampling rate or the narrowing of the filter bandwidth. If the parameters are selected properly, the prediction precision can meet the requirement of engineering implementation. The results offer a new reference way for increasing the ability for detecting weak signal in signal processing system

  9. Stability analysis of extended discrete-time BAM neural networks based on LMI approach

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    2005-01-01

    We propose a new approach for analyzing the global asymptotic stability of the extended discrete-time bidirectional associative memory (BAM) neural networks. By using the Euler rule, we discretize the continuous-time BAM neural networks as the extended discrete-time BAM neural networks with non-threshold activation functions. Here we present some conditions under which the neural networks have unique equilibrium points. To judge the global asymptotic stability of the equilibrium points, we introduce a new neural network model - standard neural network model (SNNM).For the SNNMs, we derive the sufficient conditions for the global asymptotic stability of the equilibrium points, which are formulated as some linear matrix inequalities (LMIs). We transform the discrete-time BAM into the SNNM and apply the general result about the SNNM to the determination of global asymptotic stability of the discrete-time BAM. The approach proposed extends the known stability results, has lower conservativeness, can be verified easily, and can also be applied to other forms of recurrent neural networks.

  10. Image Restoration Technology Based on Discrete Neural network

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    Zhou Duoying

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available With the development of computer science and technology, the development of artificial intelligence advances rapidly in the field of image restoration. Based on the MATLAB platform, this paper constructs a kind of image restoration technology of artificial intelligence based on the discrete neural network and feedforward network, and carries out simulation and contrast of the restoration process by the use of the bionic algorithm. Through the application of simulation restoration technology, this paper verifies that the discrete neural network has a good convergence and identification capability in the image restoration technology with a better effect than that of the feedforward network. The restoration technology based on the discrete neural network can provide a reliable mathematical model for this field.

  11. Network Traffic Prediction based on Particle Swarm BP Neural Network

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    Yan Zhu

    2013-11-01

    Full Text Available The traditional BP neural network algorithm has some bugs such that it is easy to fall into local minimum and the slow convergence speed. Particle swarm optimization is an evolutionary computation technology based on swarm intelligence which can not guarantee global convergence. Artificial Bee Colony algorithm is a global optimum algorithm with many advantages such as simple, convenient and strong robust. In this paper, a new BP neural network based on Artificial Bee Colony algorithm and particle swarm optimization algorithm is proposed to optimize the weight and threshold value of BP neural network. After network traffic prediction experiment, we can conclude that optimized BP network traffic prediction based on PSO-ABC has high prediction accuracy and has stable prediction performance.

  12. On Thurston's Euler class one conjecture

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    Yazdi, Mehdi

    2016-01-01

    In 1976, Thurston proved that taut foliations on closed hyperbolic 3-manifolds have Euler class of norm at most one, and conjectured that, conversely, any Euler class with norm equal to one is Euler class of a taut foliation. We construct counterexamples to this conjecture and suggest an alternative conjecture.

  13. Data Mining and Neural Network Techniques in Case Based System

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    2001-01-01

    This paper first puts forward a case-based system framework basedon data mining techniques. Then the paper examines the possibility of using neural n etworks as a method of retrieval in such a case-based system. In this system we propose data mining algorithms to discover case knowledge and other algorithms.

  14. Unfolding code for neutron spectrometry based on neural nets technology

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    Ortiz R, J. M.; Vega C, H. R., E-mail: morvymm@yahoo.com.mx [Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas, Unidad Academica de Ingenieria Electrica, Apdo. Postal 336, 98000 Zacatecas (Mexico)

    2012-10-15

    The most delicate part of neutron spectrometry, is the unfolding process. The derivation of the spectral information is not simple because the unknown is not given directly as a result of the measurements. The drawbacks associated with traditional unfolding procedures have motivated the need of complementary approaches. Novel methods based on Artificial Neural Networks have been widely investigated. In this work, a neutron spectrum unfolding code based on neural nets technology is presented. This unfolding code called Neutron Spectrometry and Dosimetry by means of Artificial Neural Networks was designed in a graphical interface under LabVIEW programming environment. The core of the code is an embedded neural network architecture, previously optimized by the {sup R}obust Design of Artificial Neural Networks Methodology{sup .} The main features of the code are: is easy to use, friendly and intuitive to the user. This code was designed for a Bonner Sphere System based on a {sup 6}Lil(Eu) neutron detector and a response matrix expressed in 60 energy bins taken from an International Atomic Energy Agency compilation. The main feature of the code is that as entrance data, only seven rate counts measurement with a Bonner spheres spectrometer are required for simultaneously unfold the 60 energy bins of the neutron spectrum and to calculate 15 dosimetric quantities, for radiation protection porpoises. This code generates a full report in html format with all relevant information. (Author)

  15. Unfolding code for neutron spectrometry based on neural nets technology

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    The most delicate part of neutron spectrometry, is the unfolding process. The derivation of the spectral information is not simple because the unknown is not given directly as a result of the measurements. The drawbacks associated with traditional unfolding procedures have motivated the need of complementary approaches. Novel methods based on Artificial Neural Networks have been widely investigated. In this work, a neutron spectrum unfolding code based on neural nets technology is presented. This unfolding code called Neutron Spectrometry and Dosimetry by means of Artificial Neural Networks was designed in a graphical interface under LabVIEW programming environment. The core of the code is an embedded neural network architecture, previously optimized by the Robust Design of Artificial Neural Networks Methodology. The main features of the code are: is easy to use, friendly and intuitive to the user. This code was designed for a Bonner Sphere System based on a 6Lil(Eu) neutron detector and a response matrix expressed in 60 energy bins taken from an International Atomic Energy Agency compilation. The main feature of the code is that as entrance data, only seven rate counts measurement with a Bonner spheres spectrometer are required for simultaneously unfold the 60 energy bins of the neutron spectrum and to calculate 15 dosimetric quantities, for radiation protection porpoises. This code generates a full report in html format with all relevant information. (Author)

  16. Forest Fire Image Intelligent Recognition based on the Neural Network

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    Yan Qiang; Bo Pei; Juanjuan Zhao

    2014-01-01

    To avoid the drawbacks caused by the long-distance and large-area features of the outdoor forest fires in the traditional fire detection methods. A new forest fire recognition method based on the neural network is proposed, which recognizes the fire based on the static and dynamic features of the fire. The method combines the multiple parameters of the flames and the shapes of the fire to distinguish fire image. Then the extracted features were tested by the Back Propagation Neural Network. T...

  17. Neural network based electron identification in the ZEUS calorimeter

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    We present an electron identification algorithm based on a neural network approach applied to the ZEUS uranium calorimeter. The study is motivated by the need to select deep inelastic, neutral current, electron proton interactions characterized by the presence of a scattered electron in the final state. The performance of the algorithm is compared to an electron identification method based on a classical probabilistic approach. By means of a principle component analysis the improvement in the performance is traced back to the number of variables used in the neural network approach. (orig.)

  18. The neural bases of orthographic working memory

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    Jeremy Purcell

    2014-04-01

    First, these results reveal a neurotopography of OWM lesion sites that is well-aligned with results from neuroimaging of orthographic working memory in neurally intact participants (Rapp & Dufor, 2011. Second, the dorsal neurotopography of the OWM lesion overlap is clearly distinct from what has been reported for lesions associated with either lexical or sublexical deficits (e.g., Henry, Beeson, Stark, & Rapcsak, 2007; Rapcsak & Beeson, 2004; these have, respectively, been identified with the inferior occipital/temporal and superior temporal/inferior parietal regions. These neurotopographic distinctions support the claims of the computational distinctiveness of long-term vs. working memory operations. The specific lesion loci raise a number of questions to be discussed regarding: (a the selectivity of these regions and associated deficits to orthographic working memory vs. working memory more generally (b the possibility that different lesion sub-regions may correspond to different components of the OWM system.

  19. Neural second-level trigger system based on calorimetry

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    Seixas, J. M.; Caloba, L. P.; Souza, M. N.; Braga, A. L.; Rodrigues, A. P.

    1996-06-01

    A second-level triggering system based on calorimetry is analyzed using neural networks. Calorimeter data in a LHC environment is obtained with Monte Carlo simulations and an algorithm for the first-level trigger operation is applied. The surviving events are then available as a 20×20 matrix information corresponding to the calorimeter towers in the region of interest. The dominant background for triggering on electrons is assumed to consist of QCD jets which passed the first-level trigger condition. The main features of the calorimeter are extracted. Matrix information, shower deposition in concentric rings and tail weighting procedures are studied. The processed information is sent to a fully connected backpropagation neural network. In this analysis we also consider pileup effects of an average of 20 minimum bias events. The neural network based system achieved up to 99% electron efficiency with less than 9% of jets being misclassified as electrons. Implementation on digital signal processors is suggested.

  20. Blur identification by multilayer neural network based on multivalued neurons.

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    Aizenberg, Igor; Paliy, Dmitriy V; Zurada, Jacek M; Astola, Jaakko T

    2008-05-01

    A multilayer neural network based on multivalued neurons (MLMVN) is a neural network with a traditional feedforward architecture. At the same time, this network has a number of specific different features. Its backpropagation learning algorithm is derivative-free. The functionality of MLMVN is superior to that of the traditional feedforward neural networks and of a variety kernel-based networks. Its higher flexibility and faster adaptation to the target mapping enables to model complex problems using simpler networks. In this paper, the MLMVN is used to identify both type and parameters of the point spread function, whose precise identification is of crucial importance for the image deblurring. The simulation results show the high efficiency of the proposed approach. It is confirmed that the MLMVN is a powerful tool for solving classification problems, especially multiclass ones. PMID:18467216

  1. From neural-based object recognition toward microelectronic eyes

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    Sheu, Bing J.; Bang, Sa Hyun

    1994-01-01

    Engineering neural network systems are best known for their abilities to adapt to the changing characteristics of the surrounding environment by adjusting system parameter values during the learning process. Rapid advances in analog current-mode design techniques have made possible the implementation of major neural network functions in custom VLSI chips. An electrically programmable analog synapse cell with large dynamic range can be realized in a compact silicon area. New designs of the synapse cells, neurons, and analog processor are presented. A synapse cell based on Gilbert multiplier structure can perform the linear multiplication for back-propagation networks. A double differential-pair synapse cell can perform the Gaussian function for radial-basis network. The synapse cells can be biased in the strong inversion region for high-speed operation or biased in the subthreshold region for low-power operation. The voltage gain of the sigmoid-function neurons is externally adjustable which greatly facilitates the search of optimal solutions in certain networks. Various building blocks can be intelligently connected to form useful industrial applications. Efficient data communication is a key system-level design issue for large-scale networks. We also present analog neural processors based on perceptron architecture and Hopfield network for communication applications. Biologically inspired neural networks have played an important role towards the creation of powerful intelligent machines. Accuracy, limitations, and prospects of analog current-mode design of the biologically inspired vision processing chips and cellular neural network chips are key design issues.

  2. Data Process of Diagnose Expert System based on Neural Network

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    Shupeng Zhao

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Engine fault has a high rate in the car. Considering about the distinguishing feature of the engine, Engine Diagnosis Expert System was investigated based on Diagnosis Tree module, Fuzzy Neural Network module, and commix reasoning module. It was researched including Knowledge base and Reasoning machine, and so on. In Diagnosis Tree module, the origin problem was searched in right method. In which module distinguishing rate and low error and least cost was the aim. By means of synthesize judge and fuzzy relation reasoning to get fault origin from symptom, fuzzy synthesize reasoning diagnosis module was researched. Expert knowledge included failure symptom, engine system failure and engine part failure. In the system, Self-diagnosis method and general instruments method worked together, complex failure diagnosis became efficient. The system was intelligent, which was combined by fuzzy logic reasoning and the traditional neural network system. And it became more convenience for failure origin searching, because of utilizing the three methods. The system fuzzy neural networks were combined with fuzzy reasoning and traditional neural networks. Fuzzy neural network failure diagnosis module of system, as a important model was applied to engine diagnosis, with more advantages such as higher efficiency of searching and higher self-learning ability, which was compared with the traditional BP network

  3. Neural Cell Chip Based Electrochemical Detection of Nanotoxicity

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    Md. Abdul Kafi

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available Development of a rapid, sensitive and cost-effective method for toxicity assessment of commonly used nanoparticles is urgently needed for the sustainable development of nanotechnology. A neural cell with high sensitivity and conductivity has become a potential candidate for a cell chip to investigate toxicity of environmental influences. A neural cell immobilized on a conductive surface has become a potential tool for the assessment of nanotoxicity based on electrochemical methods. The effective electrochemical monitoring largely depends on the adequate attachment of a neural cell on the chip surfaces. Recently, establishment of integrin receptor specific ligand molecules arginine-glycine-aspartic acid (RGD or its several modifications RGD-Multi Armed Peptide terminated with cysteine (RGD-MAP-C, C(RGD4 ensure farm attachment of neural cell on the electrode surfaces either in their two dimensional (dot or three dimensional (rod or pillar like nano-scale arrangement. A three dimensional RGD modified electrode surface has been proven to be more suitable for cell adhesion, proliferation, differentiation as well as electrochemical measurement. This review discusses fabrication as well as electrochemical measurements of neural cell chip with particular emphasis on their use for nanotoxicity assessments sequentially since inception to date. Successful monitoring of quantum dot (QD, graphene oxide (GO and cosmetic compound toxicity using the newly developed neural cell chip were discussed here as a case study. This review recommended that a neural cell chip established on a nanostructured ligand modified conductive surface can be a potential tool for the toxicity assessments of newly developed nanomaterials prior to their use on biology or biomedical technologies.

  4. Super congruences and Euler numbers

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    Sun, Zhi-Wei

    2010-01-01

    Let $p>3$ be a prime. We prove that $$\\sum_{k=0}^{p-1}\\binom{2k}{k}/2^k=(-1)^{(p-1)/2}-p^2E_{p-3} (mod p^3),$$ $$\\sum_{k=1}^{(p-1)/2}\\binom{2k}{k}/k=(-1)^{(p+1)/2}8/3*pE_{p-3} (mod p^2),$$ $$\\sum_{k=0}^{(p-1)/2}\\binom{2k}{k}^2/16^k=(-1)^{(p-1)/2}+p^2E_{p-3} (mod p^3)$$, where E_0,E_1,E_2,... are Euler numbers. Our new approach is of combinatorial nature. We also formulate many conjectures concerning super congruences and relate most of them to Euler numbers or Bernoulli numbers. Motivated by ...

  5. Neural Network-Based Active Control for Offshore Platforms

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    周亚军; 赵德有

    2003-01-01

    A new active control scheme, based on neural network, for the suppression of oscillation in multiple-degree-of-freedom (MDOF) offshore platforms, is studied in this paper. With the main advantages of neural network, i.e. the inherent robustness, fault tolerance, and generalized capability of its parallel massive interconnection structure, the active structural control of offshore platforms under random waves is accomplished by use of the BP neural network model. The neural network is trained offline with the data generated from numerical analysis, and it simulates the process of Classical Linear Quadratic Regular Control for the platform under random waves. After the learning phase, the trained network has learned about the nonlinear dynamic behavior of the active control system, and is capable of predicting the active control forces of the next time steps. The results obtained show that the active control is feasible and effective, and it finally overcomes time delay owing to the robustness, fault tolerance, and generalized capability of artificial neural network.

  6. Neural-Based Models of Semiconductor Devices for SPICE Simulator

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    Hanene B. Hammouda

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available The paper addresses a simple and fast new approach to implement Artificial Neural Networks (ANN models for the MOS transistor into SPICE. The proposed approach involves two steps, the modeling phase of the device by NN providing its input/output patterns, and the SPICE implementation process of the resulting model. Using the Taylor series expansion, a neural based small-signal model is derived. The reliability of our approach is validated through simulations of some circuits in DC and small-signal analyses.

  7. Adaptive Synchronization of Memristor-based Chaotic Neural Systems

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    Xiaofang Hu

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available Chaotic neural networks consisting of a great number of chaotic neurons are able to reproduce the rich dynamics observed in biological nervous systems. In recent years, the memristor has attracted much interest in the efficient implementation of artificial synapses and neurons. This work addresses adaptive synchronization of a class of memristor-based neural chaotic systems using a novel adaptive backstepping approach. A systematic design procedure is presented. Simulation results have demonstrated the effectiveness of the proposed adaptive synchronization method and its potential in practical application of memristive chaotic oscillators in secure communication.

  8. Neural Network Model Based Cluster Head Selection for Power Control

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    Krishan Kumar

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Mobile ad-hoc network has challenge of the limited power to prolong the lifetime of the network, because power is a valuable resource in mobile ad-hoc network. The status of power consumption should be continuously monitored after network deployment. In this paper, we propose coverage aware neural network based power control routing with the objective of maximizing the network lifetime. Cluster head selection is proposed using adaptive learning in neural networks followed by coverage. The simulation results show that the proposed scheme can be used in wide area of applications in mobile ad-hoc network.

  9. Control of Unknown Chaotic Systems Based on Neural Predictive Control

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    LIDong-Mei; WANGZheng-Ou

    2003-01-01

    We introduce the predictive control into the control of chaotic system and propose a neural network control algorithm based on predictive control. The proposed control system stabilizes the chaotic motion in an unknown chaotic system onto the desired target trajectory. The proposed algorithm is simple and its convergence speed is much higher than existing similar algorithms. The control system can control hyperchaos. We analyze the stability of the control system and prove the convergence property of the neural controller. The theoretic derivation and simulations demonstrate the effectiveness of the algorithm.

  10. Control of Unknown Chaotic Systems Based on Neural Predictive Control

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    LI Dong-Mei; WANG Zheng-Ou

    2003-01-01

    We introduce the predictive control into the control of chaotic system and propose a neural networkcontrol algorithm based on predictive control. The proposed control system stabilizes the chaotic motion in an unknownchaotic system onto the desired target trajectory. The proposed algorithm is simple and its convergence speed is muchhigher than existing similar algorithms. The control system can control hyperchaos. We analyze the stability of thecontrol system and prove the convergence property of the neural controller. The theoretic derivation and simulationsdemonstrate the effectiveness of the algorithm.

  11. Clustering in mobile ad hoc network based on neural network

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    CHEN Ai-bin; CAI Zi-xing; HU De-wen

    2006-01-01

    An on-demand distributed clustering algorithm based on neural network was proposed. The system parameters and the combined weight for each node were computed, and cluster-heads were chosen using the weighted clustering algorithm, then a training set was created and a neural network was trained. In this algorithm, several system parameters were taken into account, such as the ideal node-degree, the transmission power, the mobility and the battery power of the nodes. The algorithm can be used directly to test whether a node is a cluster-head or not. Moreover, the clusters recreation can be speeded up.

  12. Electronic implementation of associative memory based on neural network models

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    Moopenn, A.; Lambe, John; Thakoor, A. P.

    1987-01-01

    An electronic embodiment of a neural network based associative memory in the form of a binary connection matrix is described. The nature of false memory errors, their effect on the information storage capacity of binary connection matrix memories, and a novel technique to eliminate such errors with the help of asymmetrical extra connections are discussed. The stability of the matrix memory system incorporating a unique local inhibition scheme is analyzed in terms of local minimization of an energy function. The memory's stability, dynamic behavior, and recall capability are investigated using a 32-'neuron' electronic neural network memory with a 1024-programmable binary connection matrix.

  13. A Neural Network-based ARX Model of Virgo Noise

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    Barone, F.; Rosa, R; Eleuteri, A.; Garufi, F.; Milano, L; Tagliaferri, R.

    1999-01-01

    In this paper a Neural Network based approach is presented to identify the noise in the VIRGO context. VIRGO is an experiment to detect Gravitational Waves by means of a Laser Interferometer. Preliminary results appear to be very promising for data analysis of realistic Interferometer outputs.

  14. On the Nature, Modeling, and Neural Bases of Social Ties

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    F.A.A.M. Winden, van (Frans); M. Stallen (Mirre); K.R. Ridderinkhof (Richard)

    2008-01-01

    textabstractThis paper addresses the nature, formalization, and neural bases of (affective) social ties and discusses the relevance of ties for health economics. A social tie is defined as an affective weight attached by an individual to the well-being of another individual (‘utility interdependence

  15. A NEURAL NETWORK BASED IRIS RECOGNITION SYSTEM FOR PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION

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    Usham Dias

    2010-10-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents biometric personal identification based on iris recognition using artificial neural networks. Personal identification system consists of localization of the iris region, normalization, enhancement and then iris pattern recognition using neural network. In this paper, through results obtained, we have shown that a person’s left and right eye are unique. In this paper, we also show that the network is sensitive to the initial weights and that over-training gives bad results. We also propose a fast algorithm for the localization of the inner and outer boundaries of the iris region. Results of simulations illustrate the effectiveness of the neural system in personal identification. Finally a hardware iris recognition model is proposed and implementation aspects are discussed.

  16. Dissipative-based adaptive neural control for nonlinear systems

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    Yugang NIU; Xingyu WANG; Junwei LU

    2004-01-01

    A dissipative-based adaptive neural control scheme was developed for a class of nonlinear uncertain systems with unknown nonlinearities that might not be linearly parameterized. The major advantage of the present work was to relax the requirement of matching condition, I.e., the unknown nonlinearities appear on the same equation as the control input in a state-space representation, which was required in most of the available neural network controllers. By synthesizing a state-feedback neural controller to nake the closed-loop system dissipative with respect to a quadratic supply rate, the developed control scheme guarantees that the L2-gain of controlled system was less than or equal to a prescribed level. And then, it is shown that the output tracking error is uniformly ultimate bounded. The design scheme is illustrated using a numerical simulation.

  17. Numerical Analysis of Modeling Based on Improved Elman Neural Network

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    Shao Jie

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available A modeling based on the improved Elman neural network (IENN is proposed to analyze the nonlinear circuits with the memory effect. The hidden layer neurons are activated by a group of Chebyshev orthogonal basis functions instead of sigmoid functions in this model. The error curves of the sum of squared error (SSE varying with the number of hidden neurons and the iteration step are studied to determine the number of the hidden layer neurons. Simulation results of the half-bridge class-D power amplifier (CDPA with two-tone signal and broadband signals as input have shown that the proposed behavioral modeling can reconstruct the system of CDPAs accurately and depict the memory effect of CDPAs well. Compared with Volterra-Laguerre (VL model, Chebyshev neural network (CNN model, and basic Elman neural network (BENN model, the proposed model has better performance.

  18. Numerical analysis of modeling based on improved Elman neural network.

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    Jie, Shao; Li, Wang; WeiSong, Zhao; YaQin, Zhong; Malekian, Reza

    2014-01-01

    A modeling based on the improved Elman neural network (IENN) is proposed to analyze the nonlinear circuits with the memory effect. The hidden layer neurons are activated by a group of Chebyshev orthogonal basis functions instead of sigmoid functions in this model. The error curves of the sum of squared error (SSE) varying with the number of hidden neurons and the iteration step are studied to determine the number of the hidden layer neurons. Simulation results of the half-bridge class-D power amplifier (CDPA) with two-tone signal and broadband signals as input have shown that the proposed behavioral modeling can reconstruct the system of CDPAs accurately and depict the memory effect of CDPAs well. Compared with Volterra-Laguerre (VL) model, Chebyshev neural network (CNN) model, and basic Elman neural network (BENN) model, the proposed model has better performance. PMID:25054172

  19. Hedgehog theory via Euler calculus

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    Martinez-Maure, Yves

    2013-01-01

    Hedgehogs are (possibly singular and self-intersecting) hypersurfaces that describe Minkowski di¤erences of convex bodies in R^(n+1). They are the natural geometrical objects when one seeks to extend parts of the Brunn-Minkowski theory to a vector space which contains convex bodies. There is a close relationship between Minkowski addition and convolution with respect to the Euler characteristic. In this paper, we extend it to hedgehogs with an analytic support function. In this context, resor...

  20. Robust face recognition using posterior union model based neural networks

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    Lin, J.; J., Ming; Crookes, D.

    2009-01-01

    Face recognition with unknown, partial distortion and occlusion is a practical problem, and has a wide range of applications, including security and multimedia information retrieval. The authors present a new approach to face recognition subject to unknown, partial distortion and occlusion. The new approach is based on a probabilistic decision-based neural network, enhanced by a statistical method called the posterior union model (PUM). PUM is an approach for ignoring severely mismatched loca...

  1. Quantum Neural Network Based Machine Translator for Hindi to English

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    Ravi Narayan; Singh, V.P.; Chakraverty, S.

    2014-01-01

    This paper presents the machine learning based machine translation system for Hindi to English, which learns the semantically correct corpus. The quantum neural based pattern recognizer is used to recognize and learn the pattern of corpus, using the information of part of speech of individual word in the corpus, like a human. The system performs the machine translation using its knowledge gained during the learning by inputting the pair of sentences of Devnagri-Hindi and English. To analyze t...

  2. Image Restoration Technology Based on Discrete Neural network

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    Zhou Duoying

    2015-01-01

    With the development of computer science and technology, the development of artificial intelligence advances rapidly in the field of image restoration. Based on the MATLAB platform, this paper constructs a kind of image restoration technology of artificial intelligence based on the discrete neural network and feedforward network, and carries out simulation and contrast of the restoration process by the use of the bionic algorithm. Through the application of simulation restoration technology, ...

  3. Data Process of Diagnose Expert System based on Neural Network

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    Shupeng Zhao; Miao Tian; Shifang Zhang; Jiuxi Li; Lijuan Du; Ye Wang

    2013-01-01

    Engine fault has a high rate in the car. Considering about the distinguishing feature of the engine, Engine Diagnosis Expert System was investigated based on Diagnosis Tree module, Fuzzy Neural Network module, and commix reasoning module. It was researched including Knowledge base and Reasoning machine, and so on. In Diagnosis Tree module, the origin problem was searched in right method. In which module distinguishing rate and low error and least cost was the aim. By means of synthesize judge...

  4. A Proof, Based on the Euler Sum Acceleration, of the Recovery of an Exponential (Geometric) Rate of Convergence for the Fourier Series of a Function with Gibbs Phenomenon

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    Boyd, John P

    2010-01-01

    When a function $f(x)$ is singular at a point $x_{s}$ on the real axis, its Fourier series, when truncated at the $N$-th term, gives a pointwise error of only $O(1/N)$ over the entire real axis. Such singularities spontaneously arise as "fronts" in meteorology and oceanography and "shocks" in other branches of fluid mechanics. It has been previously shown that it is possible to recover an exponential rate of convegence at all points away from the singularity in the sense that $|f(x) - f_{N}^{\\sigma}(x) | \\sim O(\\exp(- q(x) N))$ where $f_{N}^{\\sigma}(x)$ is the result of applying a filter or summability method to the partial sum $f_{N}(x)$ and $q(x)$ is a proportionality constant that is a function of $d(x) \\equiv |x-x_{s}|$, the distance from $x$ to the singularity. Here we give an elementary proof of great generality using conformal mapping in a dummy variable $z$; this is equivalent to applying the Euler acceleration. We show that $q(x) \\approx \\log(\\cos(d(x)/2))$ for the Euler filter when the Fourier perio...

  5. Neural Network Predictive Control Based Power System Stabilizer

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    Ali Mohamed Yousef

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available The present study investigates the power system stabilizer based on neural predictive control for improving power system dynamic performance over a wide range of operating conditions. In this study a design and application of the Neural Network Model Predictive Controller (NN-MPC on a simple power system composed of a synchronous generator connected to an infinite bus through a transmission line is proposed. The synchronous machine is represented in detail, taking into account the effect of the machine saliency and the damper winding. Neural network model predictive control combines reliable prediction of neural network model with excellent performance of model predictive control using nonlinear Levenberg-Marquardt optimization. This control system is used the rotor speed deviation as a feedback signal. Furthermore, the using performance system of the proposed controller is compared with the system performance using conventional one (PID controller through simulation studies. Digital simulation has been carried out in order to validate the effectiveness proposed NN-MPC power system stabilizer for achieving excellent performance. The results demonstrate that the effectiveness and superiority of the proposed controller in terms of fast response and small settling time.

  6. Hand Gesture and Neural Network Based Human Computer Interface

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    Aekta Patel

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available Computer is used by every people either at their work or at home. Our aim is to make computers that can understand human language and can develop a user friendly human computer interfaces (HCI. Human gestures are perceived by vision. The research is for determining human gestures to create an HCI. Coding of these gestures into machine language demands a complex programming algorithm. In this project, We have first detected, recognized and pre-processing the hand gestures by using General Method of recognition. Then We have found the recognized image’s properties and using this, mouse movement, click and VLC Media player controlling are done. After that we have done all these functions thing using neural network technique and compared with General recognition method. From this we can conclude that neural network technique is better than General Method of recognition. In this, I have shown the results based on neural network technique and comparison between neural network method & general method.

  7. Rule extraction based on neural networks for satellite image interpretation

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    Mascarilla, Laurent

    1994-12-01

    In the frame of an image interpretation system for automatic cartography based on remote sensing image classification improved by a photo interpreter knowledge, we propose a system using neural networks to produce fuzzy production rules. These rules are intended to describe class vegetation context relatively to out image data (generally a G.I.S.) as a human expert could do. In the system, the expert only gives samples of concerned classes via a G.U.I. (Graphic User Interface) connected to a G.I.S. In a first stage, a Kohonen neural network is used to found clusters and membership functions, and then to compute a first set of fuzzy 'IF-THEN' rules with certainty factors. The human expert then updates these rules, and the given samples, according to his own experience. Once satisfying and discriminating classification rules are found, a second kind of neural network using back propagation is used to tune the final set of rules. At the same time, it produces neural nets able to give for each pixel and each class, the realisation degree of the favourable context relatively to the knowledge inferred by the samples.

  8. Euler Sums of Hyperharmonic Numbers

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    Dil, Ayhan; Khristo N. Boyadzhiev

    2012-01-01

    The hyperharmonic numbers h_{n}^{(r)} are defined by means of the classical harmonic numbers. We show that the Euler-type sums with hyperharmonic numbers: {\\sigma}(r,m)=\\sum_{n=1}^{\\infty}((h_{n}^{(r)})/(n^{m})) can be expressed in terms of series of Hurwitz zeta function values. This is a generalization of a result of Mez\\H{o} and Dil. We also provide an explicit evaluation of {\\sigma}(r,m) in a closed form in terms of zeta values and Stirling numbers of the first kind. Furthermore, we evalu...

  9. Neural Bases of Recovery after Brain Injury

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    Nudo, Randolph J.

    2011-01-01

    Substantial data have accumulated over the past decade indicating that the adult brain is capable of substantial structural and functional reorganization after stroke. While some limited recovery is known to occur spontaneously, especially within the first month post-stroke, there is currently significant optimism that new interventions based on…

  10. Neural bases for anticipation skill in soccer: an FMRI study.

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    Bishop, Daniel T; Wright, Michael J; Jackson, Robin C; Abernethy, Bruce

    2013-02-01

    The aim of this study was to examine the neural bases for perceptual-cognitive superiority in a soccer anticipation task using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Thirty-nine participants lay in an MRI scanner while performing a video-based task in which they predicted an oncoming opponent's movements. Video clips were occluded at four time points, and participants were grouped according to in-task performance. Early occlusion reduced prediction accuracy significantly for all participants, as did the opponent's execution of a deceptive maneuver; however, high-skill participants were significantly more accurate than their low-skill counterparts under deceptive conditions. This perceptual-cognitive superiority was associated with greater activation of cortical and subcortical structures involved in executive function and oculomotor control. The contributions of the present findings to an existing neural model of anticipation in sport are highlighted. PMID:23404883

  11. Artificial Neural Network Based Approach for short load forecasting

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    Mr. Rajesh Deshmukh

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Accurate models for electric power load forecasting are essential to the operation and planning of a power utility company. Load forecasting helps electric utility to make important decisions on trading of power, load switching, and infrastructure development. Load forecasts are extremely important for power utilizes ISOs, financial institutions, and other stakeholder of power sector. Short term load forecasting is a essential part of electric power system planning and operation forecasting made for unit commitment and security assessment, which have a direct impact on operational casts and system security. Conventional ANN based load forecasting method deal with 24 hour ahead load forecasting by using forecasted temp. This can lead to high forecasting errors in case of rapid temperature changes. This paper present a neural network based approach for short term load forecasting considering data for training, validation and testing of neural network.

  12. Composite Taste Recognition Method Based on Fuzzy Neural Network

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    Yu Zhang

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available In order to make recognition for the composite taste, the paper puts forward the research on the composite taste recognition method based on fuzzy neural network based on the wavelet transform. According to the wavelet transformation and the compression and extraction of the data of the taste signals that are collected by the sensor, we use the fuzzy neutral network as the recognition tool of the taste signal. Besides, we add genetic algorithm to make the function optimization for the network weights and the data processing and fuzzy recognition of the composite taste signal are presented. Finally, we make the test for the network performance. The results show that it has feasibility and effectiveness that the fuzzy neural network is introduced into the fuzzy identification of the taste signals.

  13. Artificial Neural Network Based State Estimators Integrated into Kalmtool

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    Bayramoglu, Enis; Ravn, Ole; Poulsen, Niels Kjølstad

    2012-01-01

    In this paper we present a toolbox enabling easy evaluation and comparison of dierent ltering algorithms. The toolbox is called Kalmtool and is a set of MATLAB tools for state estimation of nonlinear systems. The toolbox now contains functions for Articial Neural Network Based State Estimation as...... well as for DD1 lter and the DD2 lter, as well as functions for Unscented Kalman lters and several versions of particle lters. The toolbox requires MATLAB version 7, but no additional toolboxes are required.......In this paper we present a toolbox enabling easy evaluation and comparison of dierent ltering algorithms. The toolbox is called Kalmtool and is a set of MATLAB tools for state estimation of nonlinear systems. The toolbox now contains functions for Articial Neural Network Based State Estimation as...

  14. ADAPTATIVE IMAGE WATERMARKING SCHEME BASED ON NEURAL NETWORK

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    BASSEL SOLAIMANE

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Digital image watermarking has been proposed as a method to enhance medical data security, confidentiality and integrity. Medical image watermarking requires extreme care when embedding additional data, given their importance to clinical diagnosis, treatment, and research. In this paper, a novel image watermarking approach based on the human visual system (HVS model and neural network technique is proposed. The watermark was inserted into the middle frequency coefficients of the cover image’s blocked DCT based transform domain. In order to make the watermark stronger and less susceptible to different types of attacks, it is essential to find the maximum amount of interested watermark before the watermark becomes visible. In this paper, neural networks are used to implement an automated system of creating maximum-strength watermarks. The experimental results show that such method can survive of common image processing operations and has good adaptability for automated watermark embedding.

  15. Image Compression of Neural Network Based on Corner Block

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    Wenjing Zhang

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Most information received by the human is acquired through vision. However, image has the largest data amount in three information forms. If the image is not compressed, high transmission rate for digital image transmission and tremendous capacity for digital image storage can hinder the development of digital image. For example, for a color image whose resolution rate is 1280×1024, each pixel needs 24B for storage, and the total data amount is about 3.75MB. If the earth satellite transmits the acquired image to the earth at 30 frames per second, the transmitting data size in 1 second is about 112.5MB. Under the condition of the existing communication capacity, if the image is not compressed, the real-time transmission of most multimedia information can’t be completed. High-speed transmission and storage of digital image has become the biggest obstacle of promoting digital image communication. So it is necessary to compress image. Data compression not only can rapidly transmit various information sources, improve the utilization rage of information channel and reduce transmitted power, but also can save energy and reduce storage capacity. More and more attentions of people have been paid to the application of artificial neural network to image compression, the reason for which is that artificial neural network has good fault tolerance, self-organization and adaptivity compared with traditional compression methods. So the predetermined data coding algorithm is not needed in the process of image compression. Neural network can independently complete the image coding and compression according to the characteristics of image. The paper combines corner detection technology with artificial neural network image compression, and designs a new neural network image compression encoding based on corner block with reasonable structure, high compression rate and rapid convergence rate

  16. Research on Transformer Fault Based on Probabilistic Neural Network

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    Li Yingshun; Li Jingjing; Han Junfeng

    2015-01-01

    With the development of computer science and technology, and increasingly intelligent industrial production, the application of big data in industry also advances rapidly, and the development of artificial intelligence in the aspect of fault diagnosis is particularly prominent. On the basis of MATLAB platform, this paper constructs a fault diagnosis expert system of artificial intelligence machine based on the probabilistic neural network, and it also carries out a simulation of production pr...

  17. ADAPTATIVE IMAGE WATERMARKING SCHEME BASED ON NEURAL NETWORK

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    BASSEL SOLAIMANE; ADNENE CHERIF; SAMEH OUESLATI,

    2011-01-01

    Digital image watermarking has been proposed as a method to enhance medical data security, confidentiality and integrity. Medical image watermarking requires extreme care when embedding additional data, given their importance to clinical diagnosis, treatment, and research. In this paper, a novel image watermarking approach based on the human visual system (HVS) model and neural network technique is proposed. The watermark was inserted into the middle frequency coefficients of the cover image’...

  18. Consensus Attention-based Neural Networks for Chinese Reading Comprehension

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    Cui, Yiming; Liu, Ting; Chen, Zhipeng; Wang, Shijin; Hu, Guoping

    2016-01-01

    Reading comprehension has embraced a booming in recent NLP research. Several institutes have released the Cloze-style reading comprehension data, and these have greatly accelerated the research of machine comprehension. In this work, we firstly present Chinese reading comprehension datasets, which consist of People Daily news dataset and Children's Fairy Tale (CFT) dataset. Also, we propose a consensus attention-based neural network architecture to tackle the Cloze-style reading comprehension...

  19. Fuzzy neural network image filter based on GA

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    刘涵; 刘丁; 李琦

    2004-01-01

    A new nonlinear image filter using fuzzy neural network based on genetic algorithm is proposed. The learning of network parameters is performed by genetic algorithm with the efficient binary encoding scheme. In the following,fuzzy reasoning embedded in the network aims at restoring noisy pixels without degrading the quality of fine details. It is shown by experiments that the filter is very effective in removing impulse noise and significantly outperforms conventional filters.

  20. Cryptography based on neural networks - analytical results

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    The mutual learning process between two parity feed-forward networks with discrete and continuous weights is studied analytically, and we find that the number of steps required to achieve full synchronization between the two networks in the case of discrete weights is finite. The synchronization process is shown to be non-self-averaging and the analytical solution is based on random auxiliary variables. The learning time of an attacker that is trying to imitate one of the networks is examined analytically and is found to be much longer than the synchronization time. Analytical results are found to be in agreement with simulations. (letter to the editor)

  1. Data systems and computer science: Neural networks base R/T program overview

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    Gulati, Sandeep

    1991-01-01

    The research base, in the U.S. and abroad, for the development of neural network technology is discussed. The technical objectives are to develop and demonstrate adaptive, neural information processing concepts. The leveraging of external funding is also discussed.

  2. Euler's Identity, Leibniz Tables, and the Irrationality of Pi

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    Jones, Timothy W.

    2012-01-01

    Using techniques that show that e and pi are transcendental, we give a short, elementary proof that pi is irrational based on Euler's identity. The proof involves evaluations of a polynomial using repeated applications of Leibniz formula as organized in a Leibniz table.

  3. A study of task-based strategies for adaptively constructive neural networks

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    The authors investigated the strategies for optimizing neural networks under the unified frame based on task, focused for constructive neural networks on two typical and practical schemes, which are adaptively constructive neural networks by growing hidden or layers of hidden nodes and by growing sub net. With the Layer Multinet Model proposed by the research group, the authors investigated task-based algorithms for constructive neural networks, their perspective, strength and weakness

  4. Feature Selection for Neural Network Based Stock Prediction

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    Sugunnasil, Prompong; Somhom, Samerkae

    We propose a new methodology of feature selection for stock movement prediction. The methodology is based upon finding those features which minimize the correlation relation function. We first produce all the combination of feature and evaluate each of them by using our evaluate function. We search through the generated set with hill climbing approach. The self-organizing map based stock prediction model is utilized as the prediction method. We conduct the experiment on data sets of the Microsoft Corporation, General Electric Co. and Ford Motor Co. The results show that our feature selection method can improve the efficiency of the neural network based stock prediction.

  5. Neural Net Gains Estimation Based on an Equivalent Model

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    Aguilar Cruz, Karen Alicia; Medel Juárez, José de Jesús; Fernández Muñoz, José Luis; Esmeralda Vigueras Velázquez, Midory

    2016-01-01

    A model of an Equivalent Artificial Neural Net (EANN) describes the gains set, viewed as parameters in a layer, and this consideration is a reproducible process, applicable to a neuron in a neural net (NN). The EANN helps to estimate the NN gains or parameters, so we propose two methods to determine them. The first considers a fuzzy inference combined with the traditional Kalman filter, obtaining the equivalent model and estimating in a fuzzy sense the gains matrix A and the proper gain K into the traditional filter identification. The second develops a direct estimation in state space, describing an EANN using the expected value and the recursive description of the gains estimation. Finally, a comparison of both descriptions is performed; highlighting the analytical method describes the neural net coefficients in a direct form, whereas the other technique requires selecting into the Knowledge Base (KB) the factors based on the functional error and the reference signal built with the past information of the system. PMID:27366146

  6. Spacecraft power system controller based on neural network

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    El-madany, Hanaa T.; Fahmy, Faten H.; El-Rahman, Ninet M. A.; Dorrah, Hassen T.

    2011-09-01

    Neural control is a branch of the general field of intelligent control, which is based on the concept of artificial intelligence. This work presents the spacecraft orbit determination, dimensioning of the renewable power system, and mathematical modeling of spacecraft power system which are required for simulating the system. The complete system is simulated using MATLAB-SIMULINK. The NN controller outperform PID in the extreme range of non-linearity. Well trained neural controller can operate at different conditions of load current at different orbital periods without any tuning such in case of PID controller. So an artificial neural network (ANN) based model has been developed for the optimum operation of spacecraft power system. An ANN is trained using a back propagation with Levenberg-Marquardt algorithm. The best validation performance is obtained for mean square error is equal to 9.9962×10 -11 at epoch 637. The regression between the network output and the corresponding target is equal to 100% which means a high accuracy. NNC architecture gives satisfactory results with small number of neurons, hence better in terms of memory and time are required for NNC implementation. The results indicate that the proposed control unit using ANN can be successfully used for controlling the spacecraft power system in low earth orbit (LEO). Therefore, this technique is going to be a very useful tool for the interested designers in space field.

  7. Research on Transformer Fault Based on Probabilistic Neural Network

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    Li Yingshun

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available With the development of computer science and technology, and increasingly intelligent industrial production, the application of big data in industry also advances rapidly, and the development of artificial intelligence in the aspect of fault diagnosis is particularly prominent. On the basis of MATLAB platform, this paper constructs a fault diagnosis expert system of artificial intelligence machine based on the probabilistic neural network, and it also carries out a simulation of production process by the use of bionic algorithm. This paper makes a diagnosis of transformer fault by the use of an expert system developed by this paper, and verifies that the probabilistic neural network has a good convergence, fault-tolerant ability and big data handling capability in the fault diagnosis. It is suitable for industrial production, which can provide a reliable mathematical model for the construction of fault diagnosis expert system in the industrial production.

  8. Neural cell image segmentation method based on support vector machine

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    Niu, Shiwei; Ren, Kan

    2015-10-01

    In the analysis of neural cell images gained by optical microscope, accurate and rapid segmentation is the foundation of nerve cell detection system. In this paper, a modified image segmentation method based on Support Vector Machine (SVM) is proposed to reduce the adverse impact caused by low contrast ratio between objects and background, adherent and clustered cells' interference etc. Firstly, Morphological Filtering and OTSU Method are applied to preprocess images for extracting the neural cells roughly. Secondly, the Stellate Vector, Circularity and Histogram of Oriented Gradient (HOG) features are computed to train SVM model. Finally, the incremental learning SVM classifier is used to classify the preprocessed images, and the initial recognition areas identified by the SVM classifier are added to the library as the positive samples for training SVM model. Experiment results show that the proposed algorithm can achieve much better segmented results than the classic segmentation algorithms.

  9. Artificial Neural Network Based Control Strategies for Paddy Drying Process

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    Shekhar F. Lilhare

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available Paddy drying process depends upon ambient conditions, paddy quality, temperature and mass of hot drying air. Existing techniques of paddy drying process are highly nonlinear. In this paper, a neural network based automated controller for paddy drying is designed. The designed controller manages the steam temperature and blower motor speed to achieve constant paddy drying time. A Layer recurrent neural network is adopted for the controller. Atmospheric conditions such as temperature and humidity along with the size of the paddy are used as input to the network. Experimental results show that the developed controller can be used to control the paddy drying process. Implementation of developed controller will help in controlling the drying time at almost constant value which will definitely improve the quality of rice.

  10. Distribution network planning algorithm based on Hopfield neural network

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    GAO Wei-xin; LUO Xian-jue

    2005-01-01

    This paper presents a new algorithm based on Hopfield neural network to find the optimal solution for an electric distribution network. This algorithm transforms the distribution power network-planning problem into a directed graph-planning problem. The Hopfield neural network is designed to decide the in-degree of each node and is in combined application with an energy function. The new algorithm doesn't need to code city streets and normalize data, so the program is easier to be realized. A case study applying the method to a district of 29 street proved that an optimal solution for the planning of such a power system could be obtained by only 26 iterations. The energy function and algorithm developed in this work have the following advantages over many existing algorithms for electric distribution network planning: fast convergence and unnecessary to code all possible lines.

  11. Automated neural network-based instrument validation system

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    Xu, Xiao

    2000-10-01

    In a complex control process, instrument calibration is periodically performed to maintain the instruments within the calibration range, which assures proper control and minimizes down time. Instruments are usually calibrated under out-of-service conditions using manual calibration methods, which may cause incorrect calibration or equipment damage. Continuous in-service calibration monitoring of sensors and instruments will reduce unnecessary instrument calibrations, give operators more confidence in instrument measurements, increase plant efficiency or product quality, and minimize the possibility of equipment damage during unnecessary manual calibrations. In this dissertation, an artificial neural network (ANN)-based instrument calibration verification system is designed to achieve the on-line monitoring and verification goal for scheduling maintenance. Since an ANN is a data-driven model, it can learn the relationships among signals without prior knowledge of the physical model or process, which is usually difficult to establish for the complex non-linear systems. Furthermore, the ANNs provide a noise-reduced estimate of the signal measurement. More importantly, since a neural network learns the relationships among signals, it can give an unfaulted estimate of a faulty signal based on information provided by other unfaulted signals; that is, provide a correct estimate of a faulty signal. This ANN-based instrument verification system is capable of detecting small degradations or drifts occurring in instrumentation, and preclude false control actions or system damage caused by instrument degradation. In this dissertation, an automated scheme of neural network construction is developed. Previously, the neural network structure design required extensive knowledge of neural networks. An automated design methodology was developed so that a network structure can be created without expert interaction. This validation system was designed to monitor process sensors plant

  12. Euler and His Contribution Number Theory

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    Len, Amy; Scott, Paul

    2004-01-01

    Born in 1707, Leonhard Euler was the son of a Protestant minister from the vicinity of Basel, Switzerland. With the aim of pursuing a career in theology, Euler entered the University of Basel at the age of thirteen, where he was tutored in mathematics by Johann Bernoulli (of the famous Bernoulli family of mathematicians). He developed an interest…

  13. Embedding Task-Based Neural Models into a Connectome-Based Model of the Cerebral Cortex

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    Ulloa, Antonio; Horwitz, Barry

    2016-01-01

    A number of recent efforts have used large-scale, biologically realistic, neural models to help understand the neural basis for the patterns of activity observed in both resting state and task-related functional neural imaging data. An example of the former is The Virtual Brain (TVB) software platform, which allows one to apply large-scale neural modeling in a whole brain framework. TVB provides a set of structural connectomes of the human cerebral cortex, a collection of neural processing units for each connectome node, and various forward models that can convert simulated neural activity into a variety of functional brain imaging signals. In this paper, we demonstrate how to embed a previously or newly constructed task-based large-scale neural model into the TVB platform. We tested our method on a previously constructed large-scale neural model (LSNM) of visual object processing that consisted of interconnected neural populations that represent, primary and secondary visual, inferotemporal, and prefrontal cortex. Some neural elements in the original model were “non-task-specific” (NS) neurons that served as noise generators to “task-specific” neurons that processed shapes during a delayed match-to-sample (DMS) task. We replaced the NS neurons with an anatomical TVB connectome model of the cerebral cortex comprising 998 regions of interest interconnected by white matter fiber tract weights. We embedded our LSNM of visual object processing into corresponding nodes within the TVB connectome. Reciprocal connections between TVB nodes and our task-based modules were included in this framework. We ran visual object processing simulations and showed that the TVB simulator successfully replaced the noise generation originally provided by NS neurons; i.e., the DMS tasks performed with the hybrid LSNM/TVB simulator generated equivalent neural and fMRI activity to that of the original task-based models. Additionally, we found partial agreement between the functional

  14. Embedding Task-Based Neural Models into a Connectome-Based Model of the Cerebral Cortex.

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    Ulloa, Antonio; Horwitz, Barry

    2016-01-01

    A number of recent efforts have used large-scale, biologically realistic, neural models to help understand the neural basis for the patterns of activity observed in both resting state and task-related functional neural imaging data. An example of the former is The Virtual Brain (TVB) software platform, which allows one to apply large-scale neural modeling in a whole brain framework. TVB provides a set of structural connectomes of the human cerebral cortex, a collection of neural processing units for each connectome node, and various forward models that can convert simulated neural activity into a variety of functional brain imaging signals. In this paper, we demonstrate how to embed a previously or newly constructed task-based large-scale neural model into the TVB platform. We tested our method on a previously constructed large-scale neural model (LSNM) of visual object processing that consisted of interconnected neural populations that represent, primary and secondary visual, inferotemporal, and prefrontal cortex. Some neural elements in the original model were "non-task-specific" (NS) neurons that served as noise generators to "task-specific" neurons that processed shapes during a delayed match-to-sample (DMS) task. We replaced the NS neurons with an anatomical TVB connectome model of the cerebral cortex comprising 998 regions of interest interconnected by white matter fiber tract weights. We embedded our LSNM of visual object processing into corresponding nodes within the TVB connectome. Reciprocal connections between TVB nodes and our task-based modules were included in this framework. We ran visual object processing simulations and showed that the TVB simulator successfully replaced the noise generation originally provided by NS neurons; i.e., the DMS tasks performed with the hybrid LSNM/TVB simulator generated equivalent neural and fMRI activity to that of the original task-based models. Additionally, we found partial agreement between the functional

  15. Nanotechnology-Based Approaches for Guiding Neural Regeneration.

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    Shah, Shreyas; Solanki, Aniruddh; Lee, Ki-Bum

    2016-01-19

    The mammalian brain is a phenomenal piece of "organic machinery" that has fascinated scientists and clinicians for centuries. The intricate network of tens of billions of neurons dispersed in a mixture of chemical and biochemical constituents gives rise to thoughts, feelings, memories, and life as we know it. In turn, subtle imbalances or damage to this system can cause severe complications in physical, motor, psychological, and cognitive function. Moreover, the inevitable loss of nerve tissue caused by degenerative diseases and traumatic injuries is particularly devastating because of the limited regenerative capabilities of the central nervous system (i.e., the brain and spinal cord). Among current approaches, stem-cell-based regenerative medicine has shown the greatest promise toward repairing and regenerating destroyed neural tissue. However, establishing controlled and reliable methodologies to guide stem cell differentiation into specialized neural cells of interest (e.g., neurons and oligodendrocytes) has been a prevailing challenge in the field. In this Account, we summarize the nanotechnology-based approaches our group has recently developed to guide stem-cell-based neural regeneration. We focus on three overarching strategies that were adopted to selectively control this process. First, soluble microenvironmental factors play a critical role in directing the fate of stem cells. Multiple factors have been developed in the form of small-molecule drugs, biochemical analogues, and DNA/RNA-based vectors to direct neural differentiation. However, the delivery of these factors with high transfection efficiency and minimal cytotoxicity has been challenging, especially to sensitive cell lines such as stem cells. In our first approach, we designed nanoparticle-based systems for the efficient delivery of such soluble factors to control neural differentiation. Our nanoparticles, comprising either organic or inorganic elements, were biocompatible and offered

  16. Neural Network Based Popularity Prediction For IPTV System

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    Jun Li

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Internet protocol television (IPTV, being an emerging Internet application, plays an important and indispensable role in our daily life. In order to maximize user experience and on the same time to minimize service cost, we must take into pay attention to how to reduce the storage and transport costs. A lot of previous work has been done before to do this. There is a challenging problem in this: how to predict the popularities of videos as accurate as possible. To solve the problem, this paper presents a Neural Network model for the popularity prediction of the programs in the IPTV system. And we use the actual historical logs to validate our method. The historical logs are divided to two parts, one is used to train the neural network by extract input/output vectors, and the other part is used to verify the model. The experimental results from our validation show the Neural Network based method can gain better accuracy than the comparative method.

  17. Entropy based comparison of neural networks for classification

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    Draghici, S. [Wayne State Univ., Detroit, MI (United States). Vision and Neural Networks Lab.; Beiu, V. [Los Alamos National Lab., NM (United States)

    1997-04-01

    In recent years, multilayer feedforward neural networks (NN) have been shown to be very effective tools in many different applications. A natural and essential step in continuing the diffusion of these tools in day by day use is their hardware implementation which is by far the most cost effective solution for large scale use. When the hardware implementation is contemplated, the issue of the size of the NN becomes crucial because the size is directly proportional with the cost of the implementation. In this light, any theoretical results which establish bounds on the size of a NN for a given problem is extremely important. In the same context, a particularly interesting case is that of the neural networks using limited integer weights. These networks are particularly suitable for hardware implementation because they need less space for storing the weights and the fixed point, limited precision arithmetic has much cheaper implementations in comparison with its floating point counterpart. This paper presents an entropy based analysis which completes, unifies and correlates results partially presented in [Beiu, 1996, 1997a] and [Draghici, 1997]. Tight bounds for real and integer weight neural networks are calculated.

  18. Beam pattern evaluation for cyclotron operations based on neural networks

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    A beam pattern evaluation method using neural network has been developed to assist non-expert cyclotron operators. While an expert operator can easily tell beam accelerating conditions by the beam pattern measured by a scanned beam probe, it is not easy for non-expert operators to evaluate the pattern. The followings are the summarized procedure of the proposed method. First, the features of the beam patterns, which correspond to the view points of the experts, are extracted using Gabor expansion. A neural network algorithm is applied to calculate the Gabor expansion. Next, the number of the extracted features is reduced by averaging the features of high frequency ranges in five partial zones. The idea of this process is based on the fact that the operators do not pay attention to the details of the high frequency components of the patterns. Finally, the pattern evaluation process by the expert operators is learned by the back-propagation algorithm on a multi-layered feed forward neural network. Parallel processing architecture of the feature extraction network, and the learning capability of the non-linear clustering network are very useful for the evaluation model of beam patterns. (author)

  19. Rainfall Prediction using Data-Core Based Fuzzy Min-Max Neural Network for Classification

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    Rajendra Palange,; Nishikant Pachpute

    2015-01-01

    This paper proposes the Rainfall Prediction System by using classification technique. The advanced and modified neural network called Data Core Based Fuzzy Min Max Neural Network (DCFMNN) is used for pattern classification. This classification method is applied to predict Rainfall. The neural network called fuzzy min max neural network (FMNN) that creates hyperboxes for classification and predication, has a problem of overlapping neurons that resoled in DCFMNN to give greater accu...

  20. Stochastic Synchronization of Neutral-Type Neural Networks with Multidelays Based on M-Matrix

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    Wuneng Zhou; Xueqing Yang; Jun Yang; Jun Zhou

    2015-01-01

    The problem of stochastic synchronization of neutral-type neural networks with multidelays based on M-matrix is researched. Firstly, we designed a control law of stochastic synchronization of the neural-type and multiple time-delays neural network. Secondly, by making use of Lyapunov functional and M-matrix method, we obtained a criterion under which the drive and response neutral-type multiple time-delays neural networks with stochastic disturbance and Markovian switc...

  1. Fuzzy Neural Network Based Traffic Prediction and Congestion Control in High-Speed Networks

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    费翔; 何小燕; 罗军舟; 吴介一; 顾冠群

    2000-01-01

    Congestion control is one of the key problems in high-speed networks, such as ATM. In this paper, a kind of traffic prediction and preventive congestion control scheme is proposed using neural network approach. Traditional predictor using BP neural network has suffered from long convergence time and dissatisfying error. Fuzzy neural network developed in this paper can solve these problems satisfactorily. Simulations show the comparison among no-feedback control scheme,reactive control scheme and neural network based control scheme.

  2. A Neural Network Based Collision Detection Engine for Multi-Arm Robotic Systems

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    Rana, A. S.; Zalzala, A.M.S.

    1996-01-01

    A neural ntwork is proposed for collision detection among multiple robotic arms sharing a common workspace. The structure of the neural network is a hybrid between Guassian Radial Basis Function (RBF) neural networks and Multi-layer perceptron back-propagation (BP) neural networks. This network is used to generate potential fields in the configuration space of the robotic arms. A path planning algorithm based on heuristics is presented. It is shown that this algorithm works better than the c...

  3. Convolutional Neural Network Based Fault Detection for Rotating Machinery

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    Janssens, Olivier; Slavkovikj, Viktor; Vervisch, Bram; Stockman, Kurt; Loccufier, Mia; Verstockt, Steven; Van de Walle, Rik; Van Hoecke, Sofie

    2016-09-01

    Vibration analysis is a well-established technique for condition monitoring of rotating machines as the vibration patterns differ depending on the fault or machine condition. Currently, mainly manually-engineered features, such as the ball pass frequencies of the raceway, RMS, kurtosis an crest, are used for automatic fault detection. Unfortunately, engineering and interpreting such features requires a significant level of human expertise. To enable non-experts in vibration analysis to perform condition monitoring, the overhead of feature engineering for specific faults needs to be reduced as much as possible. Therefore, in this article we propose a feature learning model for condition monitoring based on convolutional neural networks. The goal of this approach is to autonomously learn useful features for bearing fault detection from the data itself. Several types of bearing faults such as outer-raceway faults and lubrication degradation are considered, but also healthy bearings and rotor imbalance are included. For each condition, several bearings are tested to ensure generalization of the fault-detection system. Furthermore, the feature-learning based approach is compared to a feature-engineering based approach using the same data to objectively quantify their performance. The results indicate that the feature-learning system, based on convolutional neural networks, significantly outperforms the classical feature-engineering based approach which uses manually engineered features and a random forest classifier. The former achieves an accuracy of 93.61 percent and the latter an accuracy of 87.25 percent.

  4. Content Based Image Retrieval : Classification Using Neural Networks

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    Shereena V.B

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available In a content-based image retrieval system (CBIR, the main issue is to extract the image features that effectively represent the image contents in a database. Such an extraction requires a detailed evaluation of retrieval performance of image features. This paper presents a review of fundamental aspects of content based image retrieval including feature extraction of color and texture features. Commonly used color features including color moments, color histogram and color correlogram and Gabor texture are compared. The paper reviews the increase in efficiency of image retrieval when the color and texture features are combined. The similarity measures based on which matches are made and images are retrieved are also discussed. For effective indexing and fast searching of images based on visual features, neural network based pattern learning can be used to achieve effective classification.

  5. Content Based Image Retrieval : Classification Using Neural Networks

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    Shereena V.B

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available In a content-based image retrieval system (CBIR, the main issue is to extract the image features that effectively represent the image contents in a database. Such an extraction requires a detailed evaluation of retrieval performance of image features. This paper presents a review of fundamental aspects of content based image retrieval including feature extraction of color and texture features. Commonly used color features including color moments, color histogram and color correlogram and Gabor texture are compared. The paper reviews the increase in efficiency of image retrieval when the color and texture features are combined. The similarity measures based on which matches are made and images are retrieved are also discussed. For effective indexing and fast searching of images based on visual features, neural network based pattern learning can be used to achieve effective classification.

  6. Neural Network Based Montioring and Control of Fluidized Bed.

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    Bodruzzaman, M.; Essawy, M.A.

    1996-04-01

    The goal of this project was to develop chaos analysis and neural network-based modeling techniques and apply them to the pressure-drop data obtained from the Fluid Bed Combustion (FBC) system (a small scale prototype model) located at the Federal Energy Technology Center (FETC)-Morgantown. The second goal was to develop neural network-based chaos control techniques and provide a suggestive prototype for possible real-time application to the FBC system. The experimental pressure data were collected from a cold FBC experimental set-up at the Morgantown Center. We have performed several analysis on these data in order to unveil their dynamical and chaotic characteristics. The phase-space attractors were constructed from the one dimensional time series data, using the time-delay embedding method, for both normal and abnormal conditions. Several identifying parameters were also computed from these attractors such as the correlation dimension, the Kolmogorov entropy, and the Lyapunov exponents. These chaotic attractor parameters can be used to discriminate between the normal and abnormal operating conditions of the FBC system. It was found that, the abnormal data has higher correlation dimension, larger Kolmogorov entropy and larger positive Lyapunov exponents as compared to the normal data. Chaotic system control using neural network based techniques were also investigated and compared to conventional chaotic system control techniques. Both types of chaotic system control techniques were applied to some typical chaotic systems such as the logistic, the Henon, and the Lorenz systems. A prototype model for real-time implementation of these techniques has been suggested to control the FBC system. These models can be implemented for real-time control in a next phase of the project after obtaining further measurements from the experimental model. After testing the control algorithms developed for the FBC model, the next step is to implement them on hardware and link them to

  7. Neutron spectrometry and dosimetry based on a new approach called Genetic Artificial Neural Networks

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    Artificial Neural Networks and Genetic Algorithms are two relatively young research areas that were subject to a steadily growing interest during the past years. The structure of a neural network is a significant contributing factor to its performance and the structure is generally heuristically chosen. The use of evolutionary algorithms as search techniques has allowed different properties of neural networks to be evolved. This paper focuses on the intersection on neural networks and evolutionary computation, namely on how evolutionary algorithms can be used to assist neural network design and training, as a novel approach. In this research, a new evolvable artificial neural network modelling approach is presented, which utilizes an optimization process based on the combination of genetic algorithms and artificial neural networks, and is applied in the design of a neural network, oriented to solve the neutron spectrometry and simultaneous dosimetry problems, using only the count rates measured with a Bonner spheres spectrometer system as entrance data. (author)

  8. ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS BASED GEARS MATERIAL SELECTION HYBRID INTELLIGENT SYSTEM

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    X.C. Li; W.X. Zhu; G. Chen; D.S. Mei; J. Zhang; K.M. Chen

    2003-01-01

    An artificial neural networks(ANNs) based gear material selection hybrid intelligent system is established by analyzing the individual advantages and weakness of expert system (ES) and ANNs and the applications in material select of them. The system mainly consists of tow parts: ES and ANNs. By being trained with much data samples,the back propagation (BP) ANN gets the knowledge of gear materials selection, and is able to inference according to user input. The system realizes the complementing of ANNs and ES. Using this system, engineers without materials selection experience can conveniently deal with gear materials selection.

  9. Star pattern recognition method based on neural network

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    LI Chunyan; LI Ke; ZHANG Longyun; JIN Shengzhen; ZU Jifeng

    2003-01-01

    Star sensor is an avionics instrument used to provide the absolute 3-axis attitude of a spacecraft by utilizing star observations. The key function is to recognize the observed stars by comparing them with the reference catalogue. Autonomous star pattern recognition requires that similar patterns can be distinguished from each other with a small training set. Therefore, a new method based on neural network technology is proposed and a recognition system containing parallel backpropagation (BP) multi-subnets is designed. The simulation results show that the method performs much better than traditional algorithms and the proposed system can achieve both higher recognition accuracy and faster recognition speed.

  10. Pulse frequency classification based on BP neural network

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    WANG Rui; WANG Xu; YANG Dan; FU Rong

    2006-01-01

    In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), it is an important parameter of the clinic disease diagnosis to analysis the pulse frequency. This article accords to pulse eight major essentials to identify pulse type of the pulse frequency classification based on back-propagation neural networks (BPNN). The pulse frequency classification includes slow pulse, moderate pulse, rapid pulse etc. By feature parameter of the pulse frequency analysis research and establish to identify system of pulse frequency features. The pulse signal from detecting system extracts period, frequency etc feature parameter to compare with standard feature value of pulse type. The result shows that identify-rate attains 92.5% above.

  11. Numerical Analysis of Modeling Based on Improved Elman Neural Network

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    Shao Jie; Wang Li; Zhao WeiSong; Zhong YaQin; Reza Malekian

    2014-01-01

    A modeling based on the improved Elman neural network (IENN) is proposed to analyze the nonlinear circuits with the memory effect. The hidden layer neurons are activated by a group of Chebyshev orthogonal basis functions instead of sigmoid functions in this model. The error curves of the sum of squared error (SSE) varying with the number of hidden neurons and the iteration step are studied to determine the number of the hidden layer neurons. Simulation results of the half-bridge class-D power...

  12. On units generated by Euler systems

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    Saikia, Anupam

    2009-01-01

    In the context of cyclotomic fields, it is still unknown whether there exist Euler systems other than the ones derived from cyclotomic units. Nevertheless, we first give an exposition on how norm-compatible units are generated by any Euler system, following work of Coates. Then we prove that the units obtained from Euler systems and the cyclotomic units generate the same $\\mathbb{Z}_{p}$-module for any odd prime $p$. The techniques adopted for the Iwasawa theoretic proof in latter part of this article originated in Rubin's work on main conjectures of Iwasawa theory.

  13. Las estructuras de la Cuenca de Bermejo y Sierra de Valle Fértil a partir de los métodos deconvolución de Euler y señal analítica The structures of the Bermejo Basin and Sierra de la Huerta based on Euler deconvolution and analytic signal techniques

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    Federico Lince Klinger

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    Full Text Available Se aplicaron técnicas de señal analítica y deconvolución de Euler a valores de anomalías de Bouguer de la cuenca de Bermejo y de la sierra de Valle Fértil, en el sector occidental de las Sierras Pampeanas. A partir de las soluciones encontradas por estas técnicas, se han interpretado la ubicación y profundidad de las fuentes causantes de anomalías, las que se vinculan con las estructuras geológicas que involucran al basamento. Con el objeto de verificar los resultados obtenidos y de minimizar las ambigüedades de los métodos potenciales, se preparó un modelo gravimétrico directo basado en un modelo estructural del área. A la respuesta gravimétrica de este modelo directo se le aplicó la técnica de señal analítica 2D, encontrándose soluciones que son consistentes con la profundidad y geometría de las fuentes previamente interpretadas, corroborando los resultados obtenidos.These geophysical techniques were applied to the Bouguer anomalies in the Bermejo Basin and Valle Fértil range. The location and depth to source of the anomalies were interpreted from the solutions obtained by these techniques. The found sources have been related with the geologic structures affecting the basement. In order to verify the results obtained and minimize the ambiguity of these potential methods, a forward gravimetric model was prepared, based on a geological and structural model of the area. The 2D analytic signal technique was applied to the gravimetric response of the model, and the solutions found are consistent with the depth and geometry of the above recognized sources, confirming the results obtained.

  14. Neural Network Based Intrusion Detection System for Critical Infrastructures

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    Todd Vollmer; Ondrej Linda; Milos Manic

    2009-07-01

    Resiliency and security in control systems such as SCADA and Nuclear plant’s in today’s world of hackers and malware are a relevant concern. Computer systems used within critical infrastructures to control physical functions are not immune to the threat of cyber attacks and may be potentially vulnerable. Tailoring an intrusion detection system to the specifics of critical infrastructures can significantly improve the security of such systems. The IDS-NNM – Intrusion Detection System using Neural Network based Modeling, is presented in this paper. The main contributions of this work are: 1) the use and analyses of real network data (data recorded from an existing critical infrastructure); 2) the development of a specific window based feature extraction technique; 3) the construction of training dataset using randomly generated intrusion vectors; 4) the use of a combination of two neural network learning algorithms – the Error-Back Propagation and Levenberg-Marquardt, for normal behavior modeling. The presented algorithm was evaluated on previously unseen network data. The IDS-NNM algorithm proved to be capable of capturing all intrusion attempts presented in the network communication while not generating any false alerts.

  15. Implementation of neural networks using quantum well based excitonic devices

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    Implementation is a key bottleneck for tapping the vast potential of neural networks. In this paper the authors examine experimentally and theoretically two devices based on III-V technology, which are critical in the implementation of the Hopfield model as well as other neural type networks for associative memories. The devices are based on Stark effect of excitonic transitions. P-1 (multiquantum wells)-n structures using GaAs/AlGaAs provide a controller-modulator device which has integrating-thresholding properties required of neurons. The p-i-n structures also provide programmable modulators which can serve as a synaptic mask. Using Monte Carlo techniques they examine an all-optical architecture to implement the Hopfield network. No external feedback-thresholding circuitry is required in this implementation due to special design of the controller-modulator device. Speed and stability issues of this architecture are also addressed. The computer simulation results provide valuable insight into how the controller-modulator device should be improved for better network implementation. It is also important to note that the basic technology now exists for such an implementation

  16. The Euler characteristic of a bicategory and the product formula for fibered bicategories

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    Tanaka, Kohei

    2014-01-01

    This paper studies the Euler characteristic of a bicategory based on the concept of magnitudes introduced by Leinster. We focus on its invariance with respect to biequivalence and on the product formula for Buckley's fibered bicategories.

  17. Estimation of the number of alveolar capillaries by the Euler number (Euler-Poincaré characteristic).

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    Willführ, Alper; Brandenberger, Christina; Piatkowski, Tanja; Grothausmann, Roman; Nyengaard, Jens Randel; Ochs, Matthias; Mühlfeld, Christian

    2015-12-01

    The lung parenchyma provides a maximal surface area of blood-containing capillaries that are in close contact with a large surface area of the air-containing alveoli. Volume and surface area of capillaries are the classic stereological parameters to characterize the alveolar capillary network (ACN) and have provided essential structure-function information of the lung. When loss (rarefaction) or gain (angiogenesis) of capillaries occurs, these parameters may not be sufficient to provide mechanistic insight. Therefore, it would be desirable to estimate the number of capillaries, as it contains more distinct and mechanistically oriented information. Here, we present a new stereological method to estimate the number of capillary loops in the ACN. One advantage of this method is that it is independent of the shape, size, or distribution of the capillaries. We used consecutive, 1 μm-thick sections from epoxy resin-embedded material as a physical disector. The Euler-Poincaré characteristic of capillary networks can be estimated by counting the easily recognizable topological constellations of "islands," "bridges," and "holes." The total number of capillary loops in the ACN can then be calculated from the Euler-Poincaré characteristic. With the use of the established estimator of alveolar number, it is possible to obtain the mean number of capillary loops per alveolus. In conclusion, estimation of alveolar capillaries by design-based stereology is an efficient and unbiased method to characterize the ACN and may be particularly useful for studies on emphysema, pulmonary hypertension, or lung development. PMID:26432874

  18. VoIP attacks detection engine based on neural network

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    Safarik, Jakub; Slachta, Jiri

    2015-05-01

    The security is crucial for any system nowadays, especially communications. One of the most successful protocols in the field of communication over IP networks is Session Initiation Protocol. It is an open-source project used by different kinds of applications, both open-source and proprietary. High penetration and text-based principle made SIP number one target in IP telephony infrastructure, so security of SIP server is essential. To keep up with hackers and to detect potential malicious attacks, security administrator needs to monitor and evaluate SIP traffic in the network. But monitoring and following evaluation could easily overwhelm the security administrator in networks, typically in networks with a number of SIP servers, users and logically or geographically separated networks. The proposed solution lies in automatic attack detection systems. The article covers detection of VoIP attacks through a distributed network of nodes. Then the gathered data analyze aggregation server with artificial neural network. Artificial neural network means multilayer perceptron network trained with a set of collected attacks. Attack data could also be preprocessed and verified with a self-organizing map. The source data is detected by distributed network of detection nodes. Each node contains a honeypot application and traffic monitoring mechanism. Aggregation of data from each node creates an input for neural networks. The automatic classification on a centralized server with low false positive detection reduce the cost of attack detection resources. The detection system uses modular design for easy deployment in final infrastructure. The centralized server collects and process detected traffic. It also maintains all detection nodes.

  19. Conjugate points in Euler's elastic problem

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    Sachkov, Yu L

    2007-01-01

    For the classical Euler's elastic problem, conjugate points are described. Inflectional elasticae admit the first conjugate point between the first and the third inflection points. All the rest elasticae do not have conjugate points.

  20. Speech Recognition Method Based on Multilayer Chaotic Neural Network

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    REN Xiaolin; HU Guangrui

    2001-01-01

    In this paper,speech recognitionusing neural networks is investigated.Especially,chaotic dynamics is introduced to neurons,and a mul-tilayer chaotic neural network (MLCNN) architectureis built.A learning algorithm is also derived to trainthe weights of the network.We apply the MLCNNto speech recognition and compare the performanceof the network with those of recurrent neural net-work (RNN) and time-delay neural network (TDNN).Experimental results show that the MLCNN methodoutperforms the other neural networks methods withrespect to average recognition rate.

  1. Neural Network Based Parking via Google Map Guidance

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    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available Intelligent transportation systems (ITS focus to generate and spread creative services related to different transport modes for traffic management and hence enables the passenger informed about the traffic and to use the transport networks in a better way. Intelligent Trip Modeling System (ITMS uses machine learning to forecast the traveling speed profile for a selected route based on the traffic information available at the trip starting time. The intelligent Parking Information Guidance System provides an eminent Neural Network based intelligence system which provides automatic allocate ion of parking's through the Global Information system across the path of the users travel. In this project using efficient lookup table searches and a Lagrange-multiplier bisection search, Computational Optimized Allocation Algorithm converges faster to the optimal solution than existing techniques. The purpose of this project is to simulate and implement a real parking environment that allocates vacant parking slots using Allocation algorithm.

  2. Neural network based feed-forward high density associative memory

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    Daud, T.; Moopenn, A.; Lamb, J. L.; Ramesham, R.; Thakoor, A. P.

    1987-01-01

    A novel thin film approach to neural-network-based high-density associative memory is described. The information is stored locally in a memory matrix of passive, nonvolatile, binary connection elements with a potential to achieve a storage density of 10 to the 9th bits/sq cm. Microswitches based on memory switching in thin film hydrogenated amorphous silicon, and alternatively in manganese oxide, have been used as programmable read-only memory elements. Low-energy switching has been ascertained in both these materials. Fabrication and testing of memory matrix is described. High-speed associative recall approaching 10 to the 7th bits/sec and high storage capacity in such a connection matrix memory system is also described.

  3. Control of GMA Butt Joint Welding Based on Neural Networks

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    Christensen, Kim Hardam; Sørensen, Torben

    2004-01-01

    This paper presents results from an experimentally based research on Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), controlled by the artificial neural network (ANN) technology. A system has been developed for modeling and online adjustment of welding parameters, appropriate to guarantee a high degree of quality in...... the challenging field of butt joint welding with full penetration under stochastically changing boundary conditions, e.g. major gap width variations. GMAW experiments performed on mild-steel plates (3 mm of thickness), show that high quality welds with uniform back-bead geometry are achievable for gap...... width variations from 0.5 mm to 2.3 mm - scanned 10 mm in front of the electrode location. In this research, the mapping from joint geometry and reference weld quality to significant welding parameters has been based on a static multi-layer feed-forward network. The Levenberg-Marquardt algorithm, for...

  4. Neural Network Based Model for Predicting Housing Market Performance

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    Ahmed Khalafallah

    2008-01-01

    The United States real estate market is currently facing its worst hit in two decades due to the slowdown of housing sales. The most affected by this decline are real estate investors and home develop-ers who are currently struggling to break-even financially on their investments. For these investors, it is of utmost importance to evaluate the current status of the market and predict its performance over the short-term in order to make appropriate financial decisions. This paper presents the development of artificial neu-ral network based models to support real estate investors and home developers in this critical task. The pa-per describes the decision variables, design methodology, and the implementation of these models. The models utilize historical market performance data sets to train the artificial neural networks in order to pre-dict unforeseen future performances. An application example is analyzed to demonstrate the model capabili-ties in analyzing and predicting the market performance. The model testing and validation showed that the error in prediction is in the range between -2% and +2%.

  5. Neural Network based Vehicle Classification for Intelligent Traffic Control

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    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available Nowadays, number of vehicles has been increased and traditional systems of traffic controlling couldn’t be able to meet the needs that cause to emergence of Intelligent Traffic Controlling Systems. They improve controlling and urban management and increase confidence index in roads and highways. The goal of thisarticle is vehicles classification base on neural networks. In this research, it has been used a immovable camera which is located in nearly close height of the road surface to detect and classify the vehicles. The algorithm that used is included two general phases; at first, we are obtaining mobile vehicles in the traffic situations by using some techniques included image processing and remove background of the images and performing edge detection and morphology operations. In the second phase, vehicles near the camera areselected and the specific features are processed and extracted. These features apply to the neural networks as a vector so the outputs determine type of vehicle. This presented model is able to classify the vehicles in three classes; heavy vehicles, light vehicles and motorcycles. Results demonstrate accuracy of the algorithm and its highly functional level.

  6. Comparison Of Power Quality Disturbances Classification Based On Neural Network

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    Full Text Available Abstract Power quality disturbances PQDs result serious problems in the reliability safety and economy of power system network. In order to improve electric power quality events the detection and classification of PQDs must be made type of transient fault. Software analysis of wavelet transform with multiresolution analysis MRA algorithm and feed forward neural network probabilistic and multilayer feed forward neural network based methodology for automatic classification of eight types of PQ signals flicker harmonics sag swell impulse fluctuation notch and oscillatory will be presented. The wavelet family Db4 is chosen in this system to calculate the values of detailed energy distributions as input features for classification because it can perform well in detecting and localizing various types of PQ disturbances. This technique classifies the types of PQDs problem sevents.The classifiers classify and identify the disturbance type according to the energy distribution. The results show that the PNN can analyze different power disturbance types efficiently. Therefore it can be seen that PNN has better classification accuracy than MLFF.

  7. Identification-based chaos control via backstepping design using self-organizing fuzzy neural networks

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    This paper proposes an identification-based adaptive backstepping control (IABC) for the chaotic systems. The IABC system is comprised of a neural backstepping controller and a robust compensation controller. The neural backstepping controller containing a self-organizing fuzzy neural network (SOFNN) identifier is the principal controller, and the robust compensation controller is designed to dispel the effect of minimum approximation error introduced by the SOFNN identifier. The SOFNN identifier is used to online estimate the chaotic dynamic function with structure and parameter learning phases of fuzzy neural network. The structure learning phase consists of the growing and pruning of fuzzy rules; thus the SOFNN identifier can avoid the time-consuming trial-and-error tuning procedure for determining the neural structure of fuzzy neural network. The parameter learning phase adjusts the interconnection weights of neural network to achieve favorable approximation performance. Finally, simulation results verify that the proposed IABC can achieve favorable tracking performance.

  8. Advanced neural network-based computational schemes for robust fault diagnosis

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    Mrugalski, Marcin

    2014-01-01

    The present book is devoted to problems of adaptation of artificial neural networks to robust fault diagnosis schemes. It presents neural networks-based modelling and estimation techniques used for designing robust fault diagnosis schemes for non-linear dynamic systems. A part of the book focuses on fundamental issues such as architectures of dynamic neural networks, methods for designing of neural networks and fault diagnosis schemes as well as the importance of robustness. The book is of a tutorial value and can be perceived as a good starting point for the new-comers to this field. The book is also devoted to advanced schemes of description of neural model uncertainty. In particular, the methods of computation of neural networks uncertainty with robust parameter estimation are presented. Moreover, a novel approach for system identification with the state-space GMDH neural network is delivered. All the concepts described in this book are illustrated by both simple academic illustrative examples and practica...

  9. Silicon-based wire electrode array for neural interfaces

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    Objectives. Metal-wire electrode arrays are widely used to record and stimulate neurons. Commonly, these devices are fabricated from a long insulated metal wire by cutting it into the proper length and using the cross-section as the electrode site. The assembly of a micro-wire electrode array with regular spacing is difficult. With the help of micro-machine technology, a silicon-based wire electrode array (SWEA) is proposed to simplify the assembling process and provide a wire-type electrode with tapered tips. Approach. Silicon wires with regular spacing coated with metal are generated from a silicon wafer through micro-fabrication and are ordered into a 3D array. A silicon wafer is cut into a comb-like structure with hexagonal teeth on both sides by anisotropic etching. To establish an array of silicon-based linear needles through isotropic wet etching, the diameters of these hexagonal teeth are reduced; their sharp edges are smoothed out and their tips are sharpened. The needle array is coated with a layer of parylene after metallization. The tips of the needles are then exposed to form an array of linear neural electrodes. With these linear electrode arrays, an array of area electrodes can be fabricated. Main results. A 6  ×  6 array of wire-type electrodes based on silicon is developed using this method. The time required to manually assemble the 3D array decreases significantly with the introduction of micro-fabricated 2D array. Meanwhile, the tip intervals in the 2D array are accurate and are controlled at no more than 1%. The SWEA is effective both in vitro and in vivo. Significance. Using this method, the SWEA can be batch-prepared in advance along with its parameters, such as spacing, length, and diameter. Thus, neural scientists can assemble proper electrode arrays in a short time. (paper)

  10. Variational iteration method for solving compressible Euler equations

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    This paper applies the variational iteration method to obtain approximate analytic solutions of compressible Euler equations in gas dynamics. This method is based on the use of Lagrange multiplier for identification of optimal values of parameters in a functional. Using this method, a rapid convergent sequence is produced which converges to the exact solutions of the problem. Numerical results and comparison with other two numerical solutions verify that this method is very convenient and efficient. (general)

  11. A Rapid Aerodynamic Design Procedure Based on Artificial Neural Networks

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    Rai, Man Mohan

    2001-01-01

    An aerodynamic design procedure that uses neural networks to model the functional behavior of the objective function in design space has been developed. This method incorporates several improvements to an earlier method that employed a strategy called parameter-based partitioning of the design space in order to reduce the computational costs associated with design optimization. As with the earlier method, the current method uses a sequence of response surfaces to traverse the design space in search of the optimal solution. The new method yields significant reductions in computational costs by using composite response surfaces with better generalization capabilities and by exploiting synergies between the optimization method and the simulation codes used to generate the training data. These reductions in design optimization costs are demonstrated for a turbine airfoil design study where a generic shape is evolved into an optimal airfoil.

  12. Sub-pixel mapping method based on BP neural network

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    LI Jiao; WANG Li-guo; ZHANG Ye; GU Yan-feng

    2009-01-01

    A new sub-pixel mapping method based on BP neural network is proposed in order to determine the spatial distribution of class components in each mixed pixel. The network was used to train a model that describes the relationship between spatial distribution of target components in mixed pixel and its neighboring information. Then the sub-pixel scaled target could be predicted by the trained model. In order to improve the performance of BP network, BP learning algorithm with momentum was employed. The experiments were conducted both on synthetic images and on hyperspectral imagery (HSI). The results prove that this method is capable of estimating land covers fairly accurately and has a great superiority over some other sub-pixel mapping methods in terms of computational complexity.

  13. Image restoration techniques based on fuzzy neural networks

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    刘普寅; 李洪兴

    2002-01-01

    By establishing some suitable partitions of input and output spaces, a novel fuzzy neuralnetwork (FNN) which is called selection type FNN is developed. Such a system is a multilayerfeedforward neural network, which can be a universal approximator with maximum norm. Based ona family of fuzzy inference rules that are of real senses, a simple and useful inference type FNN isconstructed. As a result, the fusion of selection type FNN and inference type FNN results in a novelfilter-FNN filter. It is simple in structure. And also it is convenient to design the learning algorithmfor structural parameters. Further, FNN filter can efficiently suppress impulse noise superimposed onimage and preserve fine image structure, simultaneously. Some examples are simulated to confirmthe advantages of FNN filter over other filters, such as median filter and adaptive weighted fuzzymean (AWFM) filter and so on, in suppression of noises and preservation of image structure.

  14. Edge detection of noisy images based on cellular neural networks

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    Li, Huaqing; Liao, Xiaofeng; Li, Chuandong; Huang, Hongyu; Li, Chaojie

    2011-09-01

    This paper studies a technique employing both cellular neural networks (CNNs) and linear matrix inequality (LMI) for edge detection of noisy images. Our main work focuses on training templates of noise reduction and edge detection CNNs. Based on the Lyapunov stability theorem, we derive a criterion for global asymptotical stability of a unique equilibrium of the noise reduction CNN. Then we design an approach to train edge detection templates, and this approach can detect the edge precisely and efficiently, i.e., by only one iteration. Finally, we illustrate performance of the proposed methodology from the aspect of peak signal to noise ratio (PSNR) through computer simulations. Moreover, some comparisons are also given to prove that our method outperforms classical operators in gray image edge detection.

  15. Neurally based measurement and evaluation of environmental noise

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    Soeta, Yoshiharu

    2015-01-01

    This book deals with methods of measurement and evaluation of environmental noise based on an auditory neural and brain-oriented model. The model consists of the autocorrelation function (ACF) and the interaural cross-correlation function (IACF) mechanisms for signals arriving at the two ear entrances. Even when the sound pressure level of a noise is only about 35 dBA, people may feel annoyed due to the aspects of sound quality. These aspects can be formulated by the factors extracted from the ACF and IACF. Several examples of measuring environmental noise—from outdoor noise such as that of aircraft, traffic, and trains, and indoor noise such as caused by floor impact, toilets, and air-conditioning—are demonstrated. According to the noise measurement and evaluation, applications for sound design are discussed. This book provides an excellent resource for students, researchers, and practitioners in a wide range of fields, such as the automotive, railway, and electronics industries, and soundscape, architec...

  16. Biocompatible benzocyclobutene-based intracortical neural implant with surface modification

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    Lee, Keekeun; Massia, Stephen; He, Jiping

    2005-11-01

    This paper presents the fabrication of a benzocyclobutene (BCB) polymer-based intracortical neural implant for reliable and stable long-term implant function. BCB polymer has many attractive features for chronic implant application: flexibility, biocompatibility, low moisture uptake, low dielectric constant and easy surface modification. A 2 µm thick silicon backbone layer was attached underneath a flexible BCB electrode to improve mechanical stiffness. No insertion trauma was observed during penetrating into the dura of a rat. In vitro cytotoxicity tests of the completed BCB electrode revealed no toxic effects on cultured cells. The modified BCB surface with a dextran coating showed a significant reduction in 3T3 cell adhesion and spreading, indicating that this coating has the potential for lowering protein adsorption, minimizing inflammatory cell adhesion and glial scar formation in vivo, and thereby enhancing long-term implant performance.

  17. Intelligent control based on fuzzy logic and neural net theory

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    Lee, Chuen-Chien

    1991-01-01

    In the conception and design of intelligent systems, one promising direction involves the use of fuzzy logic and neural network theory to enhance such systems' capability to learn from experience and adapt to changes in an environment of uncertainty and imprecision. Here, an intelligent control scheme is explored by integrating these multidisciplinary techniques. A self-learning system is proposed as an intelligent controller for dynamical processes, employing a control policy which evolves and improves automatically. One key component of the intelligent system is a fuzzy logic-based system which emulates human decision making behavior. It is shown that the system can solve a fairly difficult control learning problem. Simulation results demonstrate that improved learning performance can be achieved in relation to previously described systems employing bang-bang control. The proposed system is relatively insensitive to variations in the parameters of the system environment.

  18. Neural Network Based Color Recognition for Bobbin Sorting Machine

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    Full Text Available Winding is a key process in the manufacturing process of textile industry. The normal and effective operation of winding process plays a very important role on the textiles’ quality and economic effects. At present, a large proportion of bobbins which collected from winder still have yarn left over. The bobbin recycling is severely limited and quick running of winder is seriously restricted, the invention of the the automatic bobbin sorting machine has solved this problem. The ability to distinguish bobbin which has yarn left over from the rest and the classification accuracy of color are the two important performance indicators for bobbin sorting machine. According to the development and application of the color recognition technology and the artificial intelligence method, this study proposes a novel color recognition method that based on BP neural networks. The result shows that the accuracy of color recognition reaches 98%.  

  19. Functional 3D Neural Mini-Tissues from Printed Gel-Based Bioink and Human Neural Stem Cells.

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    Gu, Qi; Tomaskovic-Crook, Eva; Lozano, Rodrigo; Chen, Yu; Kapsa, Robert M; Zhou, Qi; Wallace, Gordon G; Crook, Jeremy M

    2016-06-01

    Direct-write printing of stem cells within biomaterials presents an opportunity to engineer tissue for in vitro modeling and regenerative medicine. Here, a first example of constructing neural tissue by printing human neural stem cells that are differentiated in situ to functional neurons and supporting neuroglia is reported. The supporting biomaterial incorporates a novel clinically relevant polysaccharide-based bioink comprising alginate, carboxymethyl-chitosan, and agarose. The printed bioink rapidly gels by stable cross-linking to form a porous 3D scaffold encapsulating stem cells for in situ expansion and differentiation. Differentiated neurons form synaptic contacts, establish networks, are spontaneously active, show a bicuculline-induced increased calcium response, and are predominantly gamma-aminobutyric acid expressing. The 3D tissues will facilitate investigation of human neural development, function, and disease, and may be adaptable for engineering other 3D tissues from different stem cell types. PMID:27028356

  20. Neural model of finite state automaton based on hysteresis microensembles

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    The artificial neural network approach for the implementation of a deterministic finite state automaton has been considered. The previously proposed model of the micro-ensemble has been used as a building block for the automaton. It has been shown that hysteresis dynamics of such a model provides the memorize property needed for a neural network implementing the automaton. In addition, a method for the transformation of any deterministic finite state automaton into a functionally equivalent neural network has been proposed

  1. Sensor Temperature Compensation Technique Simulation Based on BP Neural Network

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    2013-01-01

    Innovatively, neural network function programming in the BPNN (BP neural network) tool boxes from MATLAB are applied, and data processing is done about CYJ-101 pressure sensor, and the problem of the sensor temperature compensation is solved. The paper has made the pressure sensors major sensors and temperature sensor assistant sensors, input the voltage signal from the two sensors into the established BP neural network model, and done the simulation under the NN Toolbox environment of MATLAB...

  2. Methods of Forecasting Based on Artificial Neural Networks

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    2014-01-01

    This article presents an overview of artificial neural network (ANN) applications in forecasting and possible forecasting accuracy improvements. Artificial neural networks are computational models and universal approximators, which can be applied to the time series forecasting with a high accuracy. A great rise in research activities was observed in using artificial neural networks for forecasting. This paper examines multi-layer perceptrons (MLPs) – back-propagation neur...

  3. Euler equation of the optimal trajectory for the fastest magnetization reversal of nano-magnetic structures

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    Wang, X. R.; P. Yan; Lu, J; C. He

    2007-01-01

    Based on the modified Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation for an arbitrary Stoner particle under an external magnetic field and a spin-polarized electric current, differential equations for the optimal reversal trajectory, along which the magnetization reversal is the fastest one among all possible reversal routes, are obtained. We show that this is a Euler-Lagrange problem with constrains. The Euler equation of the optimal trajectory is useful in designing a magnetic field pulse and/or a polari...

  4. Optimization of Component Based Software Engineering Model Using Neural Network

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    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available The goal of Component Based Software Engineering (CBSE is to deliver high quality, more reliable and more maintainable software systems in a shorter time and within limited budget by reusing and combining existing quality components. A high quality system can be achieved by using quality components, framework and integration process that plays a significant role. So, techniques and methods used for quality assurance and assessment of a component based system is different from those of the traditional software engineering methodology. In this paper, we are presenting a model for optimizing Chidamber and Kemerer (CK metric values of component-based software. A deep analysis of a series of CK metrics of the software components design patterns is done and metric values are drawn from them. By using unsupervised neural network- Self Organizing Map, we have proposed a model that provides an optimized model for Software Component engineering model based on reusability that depends on CK metric values. Average, standard deviated and optimized values for the CK metric are compared and evaluated to show the optimized reusability of component based model.

  5. Term Structure of Interest Rates Based on Artificial Neural Network

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    2007-01-01

    In light of the nonlinear approaching capability of artificial neural networks ( ANN), the term structure of interest rates is predicted using The generalized regression neural network (GRNN) and back propagation (BP) neural networks models. The prediction performance is measured with US interest rate data. Then, RBF and BP models are compared with Vasicek's model and Cox-Ingersoll-Ross (CIR) model. The comparison reveals that neural network models outperform Vasicek's model and CIR model,which are more precise and closer to the real market situation.

  6. OPTIMAL PWM BASED ON REAL—TIME SOLUTION WITH NEURAL NETWORK

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    ShenZhongting; YanYangguang

    2002-01-01

    A novel concept of neural network based control in pulse-width modulation(PWM)voltage source inverters is presented.On the one hand,the optimal switching an-gles are obtained in real time by the neural network based controller;on the other hand,the output voltage is ad-justed to fit the expected value by neural network when input voltage or loads change.The structure of neural network is simple and easy to be realized by DSP hard-ware system.No large memory used for the existing opti-mal PWM schemes is required in the system.Theoreticalanlysis of the proposed so-called sparse neural network is provided,and the stability of the system is proved.Un-der the control of neural network the error of output volt-age descends sharply,and the system outputs ac voltage with high precision.

  7. Method of Information Security Risk Assessment Based on Cloud Neural Network for the Internet of Things

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    2015-01-01

    Aiming at the randomness and fuzziness of information security risk assessment factors of Internet of Things, cloud neural network information security risk assessment model was proposed, based on combination of cloud model and neural network and dynamic fusion of heterogeneous security factors. Focus on the research of normal cloud neural network evaluation method and judgment of global and multivalued dependencies characteristics between safety evaluation indicators and risk levels...

  8. Query Based Approach Towards Spam Attacks Using Artificial Neural Network

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    Full Text Available Currently, spam and scams are passive attack over the inbox which can initiated to steal someconfidential information, to spread Worms, Viruses, Trojans, cookies and Sometimes they are used forphishing attacks. Spam mails are the major issue over mail boxes as well as over the internet. Spam mailscan be the cause of phishing attack, hacking of banking accounts, attacks on confidential data. Spammingis growing at a rapid rate since sending a flood of mails is easy and very cheap. Spam mails disturb themind-peace, waste time and consume various resources e.g., memory space and network bandwidth, sofiltering of spam mails is a big issue in cyber security.This paper presents an novel approach of spam filtering which is based on some query generatedapproach on the knowledge base and also use some artificial neural network methods to detect the spammails based on their behavior. analysis of the mail header, cross validation. Proposed methodologyincludes the 7 several steps which are well defined and achieve the higher accuracy. It works well with allkinds of spam mails (text based spam as well as image spam. Our tested data and experiments resultsshows promising results, and spam’s are detected out at least 98.17 % with 0.12% false positive.

  9. Query Based Approach Towards Spam Attacks Using Artificial Neural Network

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    Full Text Available Currently, spam and scams are passive attack over the inbox which can initiated to steal some confidential information, to spread Worms, Viruses, Trojans, cookies and Sometimes they are used for phishing attacks. Spam mails are the major issue over mail boxes as well as over the internet. Spam mails can be the cause of phishing attack, hacking of banking accounts, attacks on confidential data. Spamming is growing at a rapid rate since sending a flood of mails is easy and very cheap. Spam mails disturb the mind-peace, waste time and consume various resources e.g., memory space and network bandwidth, so filtering of spam mails is a big issue in cyber security. This paper presents an novel approach of spam filtering which is based on some query generated approach on the knowledge base and also use some artificial neural network methods to detect the spam mails based on their behavior. analysis of the mail header, cross validation. Proposed methodology includes the 7 several steps which are well defined and achieve the higher accuracy. It works well with all kinds of spam mails (text based spam as well as image spam. Our tested data and experiments results shows promising results, and spam’s are detected out at least 98.17 % with 0.12% false positive.

  10. Fault Localization Analysis Based on Deep Neural Network

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    Wei Zheng

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available With software’s increasing scale and complexity, software failure is inevitable. To date, although many kinds of software fault localization methods have been proposed and have had respective achievements, they also have limitations. In particular, for fault localization techniques based on machine learning, the models available in literatures are all shallow architecture algorithms. Having shortcomings like the restricted ability to express complex functions under limited amount of sample data and restricted generalization ability for intricate problems, the faults cannot be analyzed accurately via those methods. To that end, we propose a fault localization method based on deep neural network (DNN. This approach is capable of achieving the complex function approximation and attaining distributed representation for input data by learning a deep nonlinear network structure. It also shows a strong capability of learning representation from a small sized training dataset. Our DNN-based model is trained utilizing the coverage data and the results of test cases as input and we further locate the faults by testing the trained model using the virtual test suite. This paper conducts experiments on the Siemens suite and Space program. The results demonstrate that our DNN-based fault localization technique outperforms other fault localization methods like BPNN, Tarantula, and so forth.

  11. Deduction and application of generalized Euler formula in topological relation of geographic information system (GIS)

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    ZHANG Shuqing; ZHANG Junyan; ZHANG Bai

    2004-01-01

    By combining geographic information system (GIS), a new conception of "group" in which covers the complex connected region is introduced in the paper. Based on the conception of group, a generalized Euler formula and its properties are deduced and proved. The paper also describes the mathematical principles of generating topological information of polygon in GIS maps and the methods for checking up the veracity of topological relations of the map with Euler formula and general Euler formula. We have also obtained the quantitative relations among real nodes, chains, islands and groups with the formulas. At the same time, the paper introduces Whole Sphere Stereographic (WSS) projection into the GIS, and defines a new conception of "sea". The deduction of general Euler formula and the introduction of WSS projection to GIS have developed new ways of delineating GIS topological models from plane to sphere and even constructing three dimensional (3-D) topological models.

  12. Web based educational tool for neural network robot control

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    Jure Čas

    2007-05-01

    Full Text Available Abstract— This paper describes the application for teleoperations of the SCARA robot via the internet. The SCARA robot is used by students of mehatronics at the University of Maribor as a remote educational tool. The developed software consists of two parts i.e. the continuous neural network sliding mode controller (CNNSMC and the graphical user interface (GUI. Application is based on two well-known commercially available software packages i.e. MATLAB/Simulink and LabVIEW. Matlab/Simulink and the DSP2 Library for Simulink are used for control algorithm development, simulation and executable code generation. While this code is executing on the DSP-2 Roby controller and through the analog and digital I/O lines drives the real process, LabVIEW virtual instrument (VI, running on the PC, is used as a user front end. LabVIEW VI provides the ability for on-line parameter tuning, signal monitoring, on-line analysis and via Remote Panels technology also teleoperation. The main advantage of a CNNSMC is the exploitation of its self-learning capability. When friction or an unexpected impediment occurs for example, the user of a remote application has no information about any changed robot dynamic and thus is unable to dispatch it manually. This is not a control problem anymore because, when a CNNSMC is used, any approximation of changed robot dynamic is estimated independently of the remote’s user. Index Terms—LabVIEW; Matlab/Simulink; Neural network control; remote educational tool; robotics

  13. Expert System Based on Data Mining and Neural Networks

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    NI Zhi-wei; JIA Rui-yu

    2001-01-01

    On the basis of data mining and neural network, this paper proposes a general framework of the neural network expert system and discusses the key techniques in this kind of system. We apply these ideas on agricultural expert system to find some unknown useful knowledge and get some satisfactory results.

  14. Thermoelastic steam turbine rotor control based on neural network

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    Rzadkowski, Romuald; Dominiczak, Krzysztof; Radulski, Wojciech; Szczepanik, R.

    2015-12-01

    Considered here are Nonlinear Auto-Regressive neural networks with eXogenous inputs (NARX) as a mathematical model of a steam turbine rotor for controlling steam turbine stress on-line. In order to obtain neural networks that locate critical stress and temperature points in the steam turbine during transient states, an FE rotor model was built. This model was used to train the neural networks on the basis of steam turbine transient operating data. The training included nonlinearity related to steam turbine expansion, heat exchange and rotor material properties during transients. Simultaneous neural networks are algorithms which can be implemented on PLC controllers. This allows for the application neural networks to control steam turbine stress in industrial power plants.

  15. Artificial neural network based approach to transmission lines protection

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    The aim of this paper is to present and accurate fault detection technique for high speed distance protection using artificial neural networks. The feed-forward multi-layer neural network with the use of supervised learning and the common training rule of error back-propagation is chosen for this study. Information available locally at the relay point is passed to a neural network in order for an assessment of the fault location to be made. However in practice there is a large amount of information available, and a feature extraction process is required to reduce the dimensionality of the pattern vectors, whilst retaining important information that distinguishes the fault point. The choice of features is critical to the performance of the neural networks learning and operation. A significant feature in this paper is that an artificial neural network has been designed and tested to enhance the precision of the adaptive capabilities for distance protection

  16. Chinese word sense disambiguation based on neural networks

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    LIU Ting; LU Zhi-mao; LANG Jun; LI Sheng

    2005-01-01

    The input of a network is the key problem for Chinese word sense disambiguation utilizing the neural network. This paper presents an input model of the neural network that calculates the mutual information between contextual words and the ambiguous word by using statistical methodology and taking the contextual words of a certain number beside the ambiguous word according to ( - M, + N). The experiment adopts triple-layer BP Neural Network model and proves how the size of a training set and the value of M and N affect the performance of the Neural Network Model. The experimental objects are six pseudowords owning three word-senses constructed according to certain principles. The tested accuracy of our approach on a closed-corpus reaches 90. 31% ,and 89. 62% on an open-corpus. The experiment proves that the Neural Network Model has a good performance on Word Sense Disambiguation.

  17. INTERPRETATION TRAINED NEURAL NETWORKS BASED ON GENETIC ALGORITHMS

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    Safa S. Ibrahim

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, constructive learning is used to train the neural networks. The results of neural networks are obtained but its result is not in comprehensible form or in a black box form. Our goal is to use an important and desirable model to identify sets of input variable which results in a desired output value. The nature of this model can help to find an optimal set of difficult input variables. Accuracy. Genetic algorithms are used as an interpretation of achieving neural network inversion. On the other hand the inversion of neural network enables to find one or more input patterns which satisfy a specific output. The input patterns obtained from the genetic algorithm can be used for building neural network system explanation facilities.

  18. Stem cell-based therapy in neural repair.

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    Hsu, Yi-Chao; Chen, Su-Liang; Wang, Dan-Yen; Chiu, Ing-Ming

    2013-01-01

    Cell-based therapy could aid in alleviating symptoms or even reversing the progression of neurodegenerative diseases and nerve injuries. Fibroblast growth factor 1 (FGF1) has been shown to maintain the survival of neurons and induce neurite outgrowth. Accumulating evidence suggests that combination of FGF1 and cell-based therapy is promising for future therapeutic application. Neural stem cells (NSCs), with the characteristics of self-renewal and multipotency, can be isolated from embryonic stem cells, embryonic ectoderm, and developing or adult brain tissues. For NSC clinical application, several critical problems remain to be resolved: (1) the source of NSCs should be personalized; (2) the isolation methods and protocols of human NSCs should be standardized; (3) the clinical efficacy of NSC transplants must be evaluated in more adequate animal models; and (4) the mechanism of intrinsic brain repair needs to be better characterized. In addition, the ideal imaging technique for tracking NSCs would be safe and yield high temporal and spatial resolution, good sensitivity and specificity. Here, we discuss recent progress and future development of cell-based therapy, such as NSCs, induced pluripotent stem cells, and induced neurons, in neurodegenerative diseases and peripheral nerve injuries. PMID:23806879

  19. Intercurrent fault diagnosis of nuclear power plants based on hybrid artificial neural network

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    Based on the analysis of the structure of ART-2 and parallel BP neural network, a hybrid artificial neural network is proposed aiming at the intercurrent faults diagnosis of nuclear power plants. Firstly the ART-2 net is used to identify the single fault, then the parallel BP net is used to distinguish intercurrent faults from new fault. The simulation shows that, the hybrid artificial neural network resolves the problem of single neural network in distinguishing intercurrent faults from new fault, and can diagnose the intercurrent fault and new fault efficiently. (authors)

  20. Study on the Robot Robust Adaptive Control Based on Neural Networks

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    温淑焕; 王洪瑞; 吴丽艳

    2003-01-01

    Force control based on neural networks is presented. Under the framework of hybrid control, an RBF neural network is used to compensate for all the uncertainties from robot dynamics and unknown environment first. The technique will improve the adaptability to environment stiffness when the end-effector is in contact with the environment, and does not require any a priori knowledge on the upper bound of syste uncertainties. Moreover, it need not compute the inverse of inertia matrix. Learning algorithms for neural networks to minimize the force error directly are designed. Simulation results have shown a better force/position tracking when neural network is used.

  1. Comparison of Back propagation neural network and Back propagation neural network Based Particle Swarm intelligence in Diagnostic Breast Cancer

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    Farahnaz SADOUGHI

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer and the most common cause of death in women all over the world. Use of computer technology supporting breast cancer diagnosing is now widespread and pervasive across a broad range of medical areas. Early diagnosis of this disease can greatly enhance the chances of long-term survival of breast cancer victims. Artificial Neural Networks (ANN as mainly method play important role in early diagnoses breast cancer. This paper studies Levenberg Marquardet Backpropagation (LMBP neural network and Levenberg Marquardet Backpropagation based Particle Swarm Optimization(LMBP-PSO for the diagnosis of breast cancer. The obtained results show that LMBP and LMBP based PSO system provides higher classification efficiency. But LMBP based PSO needs minimum training and testing time. It helps in developing Medical Decision System (MDS for breast cancer diagnosing. It can also be used as secondary observer in clinical decision making.

  2. Electromyogram-based neural network control of transhumeral prostheses

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    Christopher L. Pulliam, MS

    2011-07-01

    Full Text Available Upper-limb amputation can cause a great deal of functional impairment for patients, particularly for those with amputation at or above the elbow. Our long-term objective is to improve functional outcomes for patients with amputation by integrating a fully implanted electromyographic (EMG recording system with a wireless telemetry system that communicates with the patient's prosthesis. We believe that this should generate a scheme that will allow patients to robustly control multiple degrees of freedom simultaneously. The goal of this study is to evaluate the feasibility of predicting dynamic arm movements (both flexion/extension and pronation/supination based on EMG signals from a set of muscles that would likely be intact in patients with transhumeral amputation. We recorded movement kinematics and EMG signals from seven muscles during a variety of movements with different complexities. Time-delayed artificial neural networks were then trained offline to predict the measured arm trajectories based on features extracted from the measured EMG signals. We evaluated the relative effectiveness of various muscle subsets. Predicted movement trajectories had average root-mean-square errors of approximately 15.7° and 24.9° and average R2 values of approximately 0.81 and 0.46 for elbow flexion/extension and forearm pronation/supination, respectively.

  3. MR-based imaging of neural stem cells

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    The efficacy of therapies based on neural stem cells (NSC) has been demonstrated in preclinical models of several central nervous system (CNS) diseases. Before any potential human application of such promising therapies can be envisaged, there are some important issues that need to be solved. The most relevant one is the requirement for a noninvasive technique capable of monitoring NSC delivery, homing to target sites and trafficking. Knowledge of the location and temporospatial migration of either transplanted or genetically modified NSC is of the utmost importance in analyzing mechanisms of correction and cell distribution. Further, such a technique may represent a crucial step toward clinical application of NSC-based approaches in humans, for both designing successful protocols and monitoring their outcome. Among the diverse imaging approaches available for noninvasive cell tracking, such as nuclear medicine techniques, fluorescence and bioluminescence, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has unique advantages. Its high temporospatial resolution, high sensitivity and specificity render MRI one of the most promising imaging modalities available, since it allows dynamic visualization of migration of transplanted cells in animal models and patients during clinically useful time periods. Different cellular and molecular labeling approaches for MRI depiction of NSC are described and discussed in this review, as well as the most relevant issues to be considered in optimizing molecular imaging techniques for clinical application. (orig.)

  4. Batch Process Modelling and Optimal Control Based on Neural Network Models

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    Jie Zhang

    2005-01-01

    This paper presents several neural network based modelling, reliable optimal control, and iterative learning control methods for batch processes. In order to overcome the lack of robustness of a single neural network, bootstrap aggregated neural networks are used to build reliable data based empirical models. Apart from improving the model generalisation capability, a bootstrap aggregated neural network can also provide model prediction confidence bounds. A reliable optimal control method by incorporating model prediction confidence bounds into the optimisation objective function is presented. A neural network based iterative learning control strategy is presented to overcome the problem due to unknown disturbances and model-plant mismatches. The proposed methods are demonstrated on a simulated batch polymerisation process.

  5. Research on the Prediction of VNN Neural Network Traffic Flow Model Based on Chaotic Algorithm

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    Yin Lisheng

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available This paperresearches on the prediction of traffic flow chaotic time series based on VNNTF neural network. First, the traffic flow time series chaotic feature is extracted by chaos theory. Pretreatment for traffic flow time series and the VNNTP neural networks model was build by this. Second, principles of neural network learning algorithm VNNTF is described. Based on chaotic learning algorithm, the neural network traffic Volterra learning algorithm isdesigned for fast learning algorithm. Last, a single-step prediction of traffic flow chaotic time series is researched by VNNTF network model based on chaotic algorithm. The results showed that the VNNTF network model predictive performance is better than the Volterra prediction filter and the BP neural network   by the simulation results and root-mean-square value.

  6. Prediction and Research on Vegetable Price Based on Genetic Algorithm and Neural Network Model

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    2011-01-01

    Considering the complexity of vegetables price forecast,the prediction model of vegetables price was set up by applying the neural network based on genetic algorithm and using the characteristics of genetic algorithm and neural work.Taking mushrooms as an example,the parameters of the model are analyzed through experiment.In the end,the results of genetic algorithm and BP neural network are compared.The results show that the absolute error of prediction data is in the scale of 10%;in the scope that the absolute error in the prediction data is in the scope of 20% and 15%.The accuracy of genetic algorithm based on neutral network is higher than the BP neutral network model,especially the absolute error of prediction data is within the scope of 20%.The accuracy of genetic algorithm based on neural network is obviously better than BP neural network model,which represents the favorable generalization capability of the model.

  7. Underwater vehicle sonar self-noise prediction based on genetic algorithms and neural network

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    WU Xiao-guang; SHI Zhong-kun

    2006-01-01

    The factors that influence underwater vehicle sonar self-noise are analyzed, and genetic algorithms and a back propagation (BP) neural network are combined to predict underwater vehicle sonar self-noise. The experimental results demonstrate that underwater vehicle sonar self-noise can be predicted accurately by a GA-BP neural network that is based on actual underwater vehicle sonar data.

  8. Neural network predicts sequence of TP53 gene based on DNA chip

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    Spicker, J.S.; Wikman, F.; Lu, M.L.;

    2002-01-01

    We have trained an artificial neural network to predict the sequence of the human TP53 tumor suppressor gene based on a p53 GeneChip. The trained neural network uses as input the fluorescence intensities of DNA hybridized to oligonucleotides on the surface of the chip and makes between zero and...

  9. Euler's fluid equations: Optimal control vs optimization

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    An optimization method used in image-processing (metamorphosis) is found to imply Euler's equations for incompressible flow of an inviscid fluid, without requiring that the Lagrangian particle labels exactly follow the flow lines of the Eulerian velocity vector field. Thus, an optimal control problem and an optimization problem for incompressible ideal fluid flow both yield the same Euler fluid equations, although their Lagrangian parcel dynamics are different. This is a result of the gauge freedom in the definition of the fluid pressure for an incompressible flow, in combination with the symmetry of fluid dynamics under relabeling of their Lagrangian coordinates. Similar ideas are also illustrated for SO(N) rigid body motion.

  10. Analogues of Euler and Poisson Summation Formulae

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    Vivek V Rane

    2003-08-01

    Euler–Maclaurin and Poisson analogues of the summations $\\sum_{a < n ≤ b}(n)f(n), \\sum_{a < n ≤ b}d(n) f(n), \\sum_{a < n ≤ b}d(n)(n) f(n)$ have been obtained in a unified manner, where (()) is a periodic complex sequence; () is the divisor function and () is a sufficiently smooth function on [, ]. We also state a generalised Abel's summation formula, generalised Euler's summation formula and Euler's summation formula in several variables.

  11. Converse theorems assuming a partial Euler product

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    Farmer, David W.; Wilson, Kevin

    2004-01-01

    Associated to a newform $f(z)$ is a Dirichlet series $L_f(s)$ with functional equation and Euler product. Hecke showed that if the Dirichlet series $F(s)$ has a functional equation of a particular form, then $F(s)=L_f(s)$ for some holomorphic newform $f(z)$ on $\\Gamma(1)$. Weil extended this result to $\\Gamma_0(N)$ under an assumption on the twists of $F(s)$ by Dirichlet characters. Conrey and Farmer extended Hecke's result for certain small $N$, assuming that the local factors in the Euler p...

  12. Subsonic Euler flows in a divergent nozzle

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    WENG ShangKun

    2014-01-01

    We characterize a class of physical boundary conditions that guarantee the existence and uniqueness of the subsonic Euler flow in a general finitely long nozzle.More precisely,by prescribing the incoming flow angle and the Bernoulli’s function at the inlet and the end pressure at the exit of the nozzle,we establish an existence and uniqueness theorem for subsonic Euler flows in a 2-D nozzle,which is also required to be adjacent to some special background solutions.Such a result can also be extended to the 3-D asymmetric case.

  13. Non-fragile H∞ synchronization of memristor-based neural networks using passivity theory.

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    Mathiyalagan, K; Anbuvithya, R; Sakthivel, R; Park, Ju H; Prakash, P

    2016-02-01

    In this paper, we formulate and investigate the mixed H∞ and passivity based synchronization criteria for memristor-based recurrent neural networks with time-varying delays. Some sufficient conditions are obtained to guarantee the synchronization of the considered neural network based on the master-slave concept, differential inclusions theory and Lyapunov-Krasovskii stability theory. Also, the memristive neural network is considered with two different types of memductance functions and two types of gain variations. The results for non-fragile observer-based synchronization are derived in terms of linear matrix inequalities (LMIs). Finally, the effectiveness of the proposed criterion is demonstrated through numerical examples. PMID:26655373

  14. Simulation Model of Magnetic Levitation Based on NARX Neural Networks

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    Dragan Antić

    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, we present analysis of different training types for nonlinear autoregressive neural network, used for simulation of magnetic levitation system. First, the model of this highly nonlinear system is described and after that the Nonlinear Auto Regressive eXogenous (NARX of neural network model is given. Also, numerical optimization techniques for improved network training are described. It is verified that NARX neural network can be successfully used to simulate real magnetic levitation system if suitable training procedure is chosen, and the best two training types, obtained from experimental results, are described in details.

  15. Layered learning of soccer robot based on artificial neural network

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    2001-01-01

    Discusses the application of artificial neural network for MIROSOT, introduces a layered model of BP network of soccer robot for learning basic behavior and cooperative behavior, and concludes from experimental results that the model is effective.

  16. Recognition of a Life Distribution Based on a Neural Network

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    GAO Shang

    2004-01-01

    In general, we describe three different methods to select an appropriate distribution form:bistogram, probability plots, and hypothesis test. The life distribution is recognized by a neural network method. The relationship among life distribution with life data is described through threshold and weight of neural networks. The method is convenient to use. An example is presented to validate this method, and the results are satisfactory.

  17. BRAIN TUMOR CLASSIFICATION USING NEURAL NETWORK BASED METHODS

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    Kalyani A. Bhawar*, Prof. Nitin K. Bhil

    2016-01-01

    MRI (Magnetic resonance Imaging) brain neoplasm pictures Classification may be a troublesome tasks due to the variance and complexity of tumors. This paper presents two Neural Network techniques for the classification of the magnetic resonance human brain images. The proposed Neural Network technique consists of 3 stages, namely, feature extraction, dimensionality reduction, and classification. In the first stage, we have obtained the options connected with tomography pictures victimization d...

  18. Food Safety Evaluation System Construction Based on Artificial Neural Network

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    Jian Wang; Zhenmin Tang; Xianli Jin

    2015-01-01

    This study uses regression model and artificial neural network model to apply food safety index in food safety trend predication and makes policy advices in the construction and release of an authoritative food safety index, The results showed that the BP neural network was high-precision, fast and objective, which could be used to food safety evaluation of circulation links of production, processing and sales.

  19. Food Safety Evaluation System Construction Based on Artificial Neural Network

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    Jian Wang

    2015-05-01

    Full Text Available This study uses regression model and artificial neural network model to apply food safety index in food safety trend predication and makes policy advices in the construction and release of an authoritative food safety index, The results showed that the BP neural network was high-precision, fast and objective, which could be used to food safety evaluation of circulation links of production, processing and sales.

  20. APPROACH TO FAULT ON-LINE DETECTION AND DIAGNOSIS BASED ON NEURAL NETWORKS FOR ROBOT IN FMS

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    Based on radial basis function (RBF) neural networks, the healthy working model of each sub-system of robot in FMS is established. A new approach to fault on-line detection and diagnosis according to neural networks model is presented. Fault double detection based on neural network model and threshold judgement and quick fault identification based on multi-layer feedforward neural networks are applied, which can meet quickness and reliability of fault detection and diagnosis for robot in FMS.

  1. Low-dimensional recurrent neural network-based Kalman filter for speech enhancement.

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    Xia, Youshen; Wang, Jun

    2015-07-01

    This paper proposes a new recurrent neural network-based Kalman filter for speech enhancement, based on a noise-constrained least squares estimate. The parameters of speech signal modeled as autoregressive process are first estimated by using the proposed recurrent neural network and the speech signal is then recovered from Kalman filtering. The proposed recurrent neural network is globally asymptomatically stable to the noise-constrained estimate. Because the noise-constrained estimate has a robust performance against non-Gaussian noise, the proposed recurrent neural network-based speech enhancement algorithm can minimize the estimation error of Kalman filter parameters in non-Gaussian noise. Furthermore, having a low-dimensional model feature, the proposed neural network-based speech enhancement algorithm has a much faster speed than two existing recurrent neural networks-based speech enhancement algorithms. Simulation results show that the proposed recurrent neural network-based speech enhancement algorithm can produce a good performance with fast computation and noise reduction. PMID:25913233

  2. Artificial Neural Network-Based System for PET Volume Segmentation

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    Mhd Saeed Sharif

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Tumour detection, classification, and quantification in positron emission tomography (PET imaging at early stage of disease are important issues for clinical diagnosis, assessment of response to treatment, and radiotherapy planning. Many techniques have been proposed for segmenting medical imaging data; however, some of the approaches have poor performance, large inaccuracy, and require substantial computation time for analysing large medical volumes. Artificial intelligence (AI approaches can provide improved accuracy and save decent amount of time. Artificial neural networks (ANNs, as one of the best AI techniques, have the capability to classify and quantify precisely lesions and model the clinical evaluation for a specific problem. This paper presents a novel application of ANNs in the wavelet domain for PET volume segmentation. ANN performance evaluation using different training algorithms in both spatial and wavelet domains with a different number of neurons in the hidden layer is also presented. The best number of neurons in the hidden layer is determined according to the experimental results, which is also stated Levenberg-Marquardt backpropagation training algorithm as the best training approach for the proposed application. The proposed intelligent system results are compared with those obtained using conventional techniques including thresholding and clustering based approaches. Experimental and Monte Carlo simulated PET phantom data sets and clinical PET volumes of nonsmall cell lung cancer patients were utilised to validate the proposed algorithm which has demonstrated promising results.

  3. Neural network-based expert system for severe accident management

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    This paper presents the results of the second phase of a three-phase Severe Accident Management expert system program underway. The primary objectives of the second phase were to develop and demonstrate four capabilities of neural networks with respect to nuclear power plant severe accident monitoring and prediction. A second objective of the program was to develop an interactive graphical user interface which presented the system's information in an easily accessible and straightforward manner to the user. This paper describes the technical and regulatory foundation upon which the expert system is based and provides a background on the development of a new severe accident management tool. This tool provides data to assist in; (1) planning and developing priorities for recovery actions, (2) evaluating recovery action feasibility, (3) identifying recovery action options, and (4) assessing the timing and possible effects of potential recovery strategies. These performance characteristics represent the goals identified for the Severe Accident Management Strategies Online Network (SAMSON) which is currently under development. 4 refs, 1 fig., 1 tab

  4. Didactic Strategy Discussion Based on Artificial Neural Networks Results.

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    Andina, D.; Bermúdez-Valbuena, R.

    2009-04-01

    Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) are a mathematical model of the main known characteristics of biological brian dynamics. ANNs inspired in biological reality have been useful to design machines that show some human-like behaviours. Based on them, many experimentes have been succesfully developed emulating several biologial neurons characteristics, as learning how to solve a given problem. Sometimes, experimentes on ANNs feedback to biology and allow advances in understanding the biological brian behaviour, allowing the proposal of new therapies for medical problems involving neurons performing. Following this line, the author present results on artificial learning on ANN, and interpret them aiming to reinforce one of this two didactic estrategies to learn how to solve a given difficult task: a) To train with clear, simple, representative examples and feel confidence in brian generalization capabilities to achieve succes in more complicated cases. b) To teach with a set of difficult cases of the problem feeling confidence that the brian will efficiently solve the rest of cases if it is able to solve the difficult ones. Results may contribute in the discussion of how to orientate the design innovative succesful teaching strategies in the education field.

  5. Route Selection Problem Based on Hopfield Neural Network

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    N. Kojic

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Transport network is a key factor of economic, social and every other form of development in the region and the state itself. One of the main conditions for transport network development is the construction of new routes. Often, the construction of regional roads is dominant, since the design and construction in urban areas is quite limited. The process of analysis and planning the new roads is a complex process that depends on many factors (the physical characteristics of the terrain, the economic situation, political decisions, environmental impact, etc. and can take several months. These factors directly or indirectly affect the final solution, and in combination with project limitations and requirements, sometimes can be mutually opposed. In this paper, we present one software solution that aims to find Pareto optimal path for preliminary design of the new roadway. The proposed algorithm is based on many different factors (physical and social with the ability of their increase. This solution is implemented using Hopfield's neural network, as a kind of artificial intelligence, which has shown very good results for solving complex optimization problems.

  6. Illicit material detector based on gas sensors and neural networks

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    Grimaldi, Vincent; Politano, Jean-Luc

    1997-02-01

    In accordance with its missions, le Centre de Recherches et d'Etudes de la Logistique de la Police Nationale francaise (CREL) has been conducting research for the past few years targeted at detecting drugs and explosives. We have focused our approach of the underlying physical and chemical detection principles on solid state gas sensors, in the hope of developing a hand-held drugs and explosives detector. The CREL and Laboratory and Scientific Services Directorate are research partners for this project. Using generic hydrocarbon, industrially available, metal oxide sensors as illicit material detectors, requires usage precautions. Indeed, neither the product's concentrations, nor even the products themselves, belong to the intended usage specifications. Therefore, the CREL is currently investigating two major research topics: controlling the sensor's environment: with environmental control we improve the detection of small product concentration; determining detection thresholds: both drugs and explosives disseminate low gas concentration. We are attempting to quantify the minimal concentration which triggers detection. In the long run, we foresee a computer-based tool likely to detect a target gas in a noisy atmosphere. A neural network is the suitable tool for interpreting the response of heterogeneous sensor matrix. This information processing structure, alongside with proper sensor environment control, will lessen the repercussions of common MOS sensor sensitivity characteristic dispersion.

  7. Neural Online Filtering Based on Preprocessed Calorimeter Data

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    Torres, R C; The ATLAS collaboration; Simas Filho, E F; De Seixas, J M

    2009-01-01

    Among LHC detectors, ATLAS aims at coping with such high event rate by designing a three-level online triggering system. The first level trigger output will be ~75 kHz. This level will mark the regions where relevant events were found. The second level will validate LVL1 decision by looking only at the approved data using full granularity. At the level two output, the event rate will be reduced to ~2 kHz. Finally, the third level will look at full event information and a rate of ~200 Hz events is expected to be approved, and stored in persistent media for further offline analysis. Many interesting events decay into electrons, which have to be identified from the huge background noise (jets). This work proposes a high-efficient LVL2 electron / jet discrimination system based on neural networks fed from preprocessed calorimeter information. The feature extraction part of the proposed system performs a ring structure of data description. A set of concentric rings centered at the highest energy cell is generated ...

  8. Pattern recognition for electroencephalographic signals based on continuous neural networks.

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    Alfaro-Ponce, M; Argüelles, A; Chairez, I

    2016-07-01

    This study reports the design and implementation of a pattern recognition algorithm to classify electroencephalographic (EEG) signals based on artificial neural networks (NN) described by ordinary differential equations (ODEs). The training method for this kind of continuous NN (CNN) was developed according to the Lyapunov theory stability analysis. A parallel structure with fixed weights was proposed to perform the classification stage. The pattern recognition efficiency was validated by two methods, a generalization-regularization and a k-fold cross validation (k=5). The classifier was applied on two different databases. The first one was made up by signals collected from patients suffering of epilepsy and it is divided in five different classes. The second database was made up by 90 single EEG trials, divided in three classes. Each class corresponds to a different visual evoked potential. The pattern recognition algorithm achieved a maximum correct classification percentage of 97.2% using the information of the entire database. This value was similar to some results previously reported when this database was used for testing pattern classification. However, these results were obtained when only two classes were considered for the testing. The result reported in this study used the whole set of signals (five different classes). In comparison with similar pattern recognition methods that even considered less number of classes, the proposed CNN proved to achieve the same or even better correct classification results. PMID:27131469

  9. Neural network-based QSAR and insecticide discovery: spinetoram.

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    Sparks, Thomas C; Crouse, Gary D; Dripps, James E; Anzeveno, Peter; Martynow, Jacek; Deamicis, Carl V; Gifford, James

    2008-01-01

    Improvements in the efficacy and spectrum of the spinosyns, novel fermentation derived insecticide, has long been a goal within Dow AgroSciences. As large and complex fermentation products identifying specific modifications to the spinosyns likely to result in improved activity was a difficult process, since most modifications decreased the activity. A variety of approaches were investigated to identify new synthetic directions for the spinosyn chemistry including several explorations of the quantitative structure activity relationships (QSAR) of spinosyns, which initially were unsuccessful. However, application of artificial neural networks (ANN) to the spinosyn QSAR problem identified new directions for improved activity in the chemistry, which subsequent synthesis and testing confirmed. The ANN-based analogs coupled with other information on substitution effects resulting from spinosyn structure activity relationships lead to the discovery of spinetoram (XDE-175). Launched in late 2007, spinetoram provides both improved efficacy and an expanded spectrum while maintaining the exceptional environmental and toxicological profile already established for the spinosyn chemistry. PMID:18344004

  10. Neural-networks-based feedback linearization versus model predictive control of continuous alcoholic fermentation process

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    Mjalli, F.S.; Al-Asheh, S. [Chemical Engineering Department, Qatar University, Doha (Qatar)

    2005-10-01

    In this work advanced nonlinear neural networks based control system design algorithms are adopted to control a mechanistic model for an ethanol fermentation process. The process model equations for such systems are highly nonlinear. A neural network strategy has been implemented in this work for capturing the dynamics of the mechanistic model for the fermentation process. The neural network achieved has been validated against the mechanistic model. Two neural network based nonlinear control strategies have also been adopted using the model identified. The performance of the feedback linearization technique was compared to neural network model predictive control in terms of stability and set point tracking capabilities. Under servo conditions, the feedback linearization algorithm gave comparable tracking and stability. The feedback linearization controller achieved the control target faster than the model predictive one but with vigorous and sudden controller moves. (Abstract Copyright [2005], Wiley Periodicals, Inc.)

  11. EMP response modeling of TVS based on the recurrent neural network

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    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available Due to the larger workload in the implementation process and the poor consistence between the test results and actual situation problems when using the transmission line pulse (TLP testing methods, a modeling method based on the recurrent neural network is proposed for EMP response forecast. Based on the TLP testing system, two categories of EMP are increased, which are the machine model ESD EMP and human metal model ESD EMP. Elman neural network, Jordan neural network and their combination namely Elman-Jordan neural network are established for response modeling of NUP2105L transient voltage suppressor (TVS forecasting the response under different EMP. The simulation results show that the recurrent neural network has satisfying modeling effects and high computation efficiency.

  12. Gain Scheduling Control of Nonlinear Systems Based on Neural State Space Models

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    Bendtsen, Jan Dimon; Stoustrup, Jakob

    2003-01-01

    This paper presents a novel method for gain scheduling control of nonlinear systems based on extraction of local linear state space models from neural networks with direct application to robust control. A neural state space model of the system is first trained based on in- and output training...... samples from the system, after which linearized state space models are extracted from the neural network in a number of operating points according to a simple and computationally cheap scheme. Robust observer-based controllers can then be designed in each of these operating points,and gain scheduling...

  13. Extended Kalman Filter Based Neural Networks Controller For Hot Strip Rolling mill

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    The present paper deals with the application of an Extended Kalman filter based adaptive Neural-Network control scheme to improve the performance of a hot strip rolling mill. The suggested Neural Network model was implemented using Bayesian Evidence based training algorithm. The control input was estimated iteratively by an on-line extended Kalman filter updating scheme basing on the inversion of the learned neural networks model. The performance of the controller is evaluated using an accurate model estimated from real rolling mill input/output data, and the usefulness of the suggested method is proved

  14. Research on a Neural Network Approach Based Diagnosis Expert System of Crack Control in Massive Concrete

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    HAN Liu-xin; WANG Huan-chen; ZHANG Xian-hui

    2001-01-01

    A detailed study of the capabilities of artificial neural networks to diagnoses cracks in massive concrete structures is presented. This paper includes the components of the expert system such as design thought, basic structure, building of knowledge base and the implementation of neural network applied model. The realizing method of neural network based clustering algorithm in the knowledge base and selfstudy is analyzed emphatically and stimulated by means of the computer. From the above study, some important conclusions have been drawn and some new viewpoints have been suggested.

  15. A novel compensation-based recurrent fuzzy neural network and its learning algorithm

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    WU Bo; WU Ke; LU JianHong

    2009-01-01

    Based on detailed atudy on aeveral kinds of fuzzy neural networks, we propose a novel compensation. based recurrent fuzzy neural network (CRFNN) by adding recurrent element and compensatory element to the conventional fuzzy neural network. Then, we propose a sequential learning method for the structure Identification of the CRFNN In order to confirm the fuzzy rules and their correlaUve parameters effectively. Furthermore, we Improve the BP algorithm based on the characteristics of the proposed CRFNN to train the network. By modeling the typical nonlinear systems, we draw the conclusion that the proposed CRFNN has excellent dynamic response and strong learning ability.

  16. Synchronization of Memristor-Based Coupling Recurrent Neural Networks With Time-Varying Delays and Impulses.

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    Zhang, Wei; Li, Chuandong; Huang, Tingwen; He, Xing

    2015-12-01

    Synchronization of an array of linearly coupled memristor-based recurrent neural networks with impulses and time-varying delays is investigated in this brief. Based on the Lyapunov function method, an extended Halanay differential inequality and a new delay impulsive differential inequality, some sufficient conditions are derived, which depend on impulsive and coupling delays to guarantee the exponential synchronization of the memristor-based recurrent neural networks. Impulses with and without delay and time-varying delay are considered for modeling the coupled neural networks simultaneously, which renders more practical significance of our current research. Finally, numerical simulations are given to verify the effectiveness of the theoretical results. PMID:26054076

  17. Neural network-based H∞ filtering for nonlinear systems with time-delays

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    2008-01-01

    A novel H∞ design methodology for a neural network-based nonlinear filtering scheme is addressed.Firstly,neural networks are employed to approximate the nonlinearities.Next,the nonlinear dynamic system is represented by the mode-dependent linear difference inclusion (LDI).Finally,based on the LDI model,a neural network-based nonlinear filter (NNBNF) is developed to minimize the upper bound of H∞ gain index of the estimation error under some linear matrix inequality (LMI) constraints.Compared with the existing nonlinear filters,NNBNF is time-invariant and numerically tractable.The validity and applicability of the proposed approach are successfully demonstrated in an illustrative example.

  18. Summing up the Euler [phi] Function

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    Loomis, Paul; Plytage, Michael; Polhill, John

    2008-01-01

    The Euler [phi] function counts the number of positive integers less than and relatively prime to a positive integer n. Here we look at perfect totient numbers, number for which [phi](n) + [phi]([phi](n)) + [phi]([phi]([phi](n))) + ... + 1 = n.

  19. ECG Signal Recognition based on Wavelet Transform Using Neural and Fuzzy Logic

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    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available This work presents aneural and fuzzy based ECG signal recognition system based on wavelet transform. The suitable coefficients that can be used as a feature for each fuzzy network or neural network is found using a proposed best basis technique. Using the proposed best bases reduces the dimension of the input vector and hence reduces the complexity of the classifier. The fuzzy network and the neural network parameters are learned using back propagation algorithm.

  20. Neural Synchronization based Secret Key Exchange over Public Channels: A survey

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    Chakraborty, Sandip; Dalal, Jiban; Sarkar, Bikramjit; Mukherjee, Debaprasad

    2015-01-01

    Exchange of secret keys over public channels based on neural synchronization using a variety of learning rules offer an appealing alternative to number theory based cryptography algorithms. Though several forms of attacks are possible on this neural protocol e.g. geometric, genetic and majority attacks, our survey finds that deterministic algorithms that synchronize with the end-point networks have high time complexity, while probabilistic and population-based algorithms have demonstrated abi...

  1. EM-based optimization of microwave circuits using artificial neural networks: the state of the art

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    Rayas-Sánchez, José E.

    2004-01-01

    This paper reviews the current state-of-the-art in electromagnetic (EM)-based design and optimization of microwave circuits using artificial neural networks (ANNs). Measurement-based design of microwave circuits using ANNs is also reviewed. The conventional microwave neural optimization approach is surveyed, along with typical enhancing techniques, such as segmentation, decomposition, hierarchy, design of experiments and clusterization. Innovative strategies for ANN-based design exploiting...

  2. ECG Signal Recognition based on Wavelet Transform Using Neural and Fuzzy Logic

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    H. M. Abdul-Ridha; Abduladhem Abdulkareem Ali

    2008-01-01

    This work presents aneural and fuzzy based ECG signal recognition system based on wavelet transform. The suitable coefficients that can be used as a feature for each fuzzy network or neural network is found using a proposed best basis technique. Using the proposed best bases reduces the dimension of the input vector and hence reduces the complexity of the classifier. The fuzzy network and the neural network parameters are learned using back propagation algorithm.

  3. Euler Integration of Gaussian Random Fields and Persistent Homology

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    Bobrowski, Omer

    2010-01-01

    In this paper we extend the notion of the Euler characteristic to persistent homology and give the relationship between the Euler integral of a function and the Euler characteristic of the function's persistent homology. We then proceed to compute the expected Euler integral of a Gaussian random field using the Gaussian kinematic formula and obtain a simple closed form expression. This results in the first computation of a quantitative descriptor for the persistent homology of a Gaussian random field.

  4. A New Regularization of the One-Dimensional Euler and Homentropic Euler Equations

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    Norgard, Gregory

    2009-01-01

    This paper examines an averaging technique in which the nonlinear flux term is expanded and the convective velocities are passed through a low-pass filter. It is the intent that this modification to the nonlinear flux terms will result in an inviscid regularization of the homentropic Euler equations and Euler equations. The physical motivation for this technique is presented and a general method is derived, which is then applied to the homentropic Euler equations and Euler equations. These modified equations are then examined, discovering that they share the conservative properties and traveling wave solutions with the original equations. As the averaging is diminished it is proven that the solutions converge to weak solutions of the original equations. Finally, numerical simulations are conducted finding that the regularized equations appear smooth and capture the relevant behavior in shock tube simulations.

  5. Lag Synchronization of Memristor-Based Coupled Neural Networks via ω-Measure.

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    Li, Ning; Cao, Jinde

    2016-03-01

    This paper deals with the lag synchronization problem of memristor-based coupled neural networks with or without parameter mismatch using two different algorithms. Firstly, we consider the memristor-based neural networks with parameter mismatch, lag complete synchronization cannot be achieved due to parameter mismatch, the concept of lag quasi-synchronization is introduced. Based on the ω-measure method and generalized Halanay inequality, the error level is estimated, a new lag quasi-synchronization scheme is proposed to ensure that coupled memristor-based neural networks are in a state of lag synchronization with an error level. Secondly, by constructing Lyapunov functional and applying common Halanary inequality, several lag complete synchronization criteria for the memristor-based neural networks with parameter match are given, which are easy to verify. Finally, two examples are given to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed lag quasi-synchronization or lag complete synchronization criteria, which well support theoretical results. PMID:26462246

  6. Neural network based method for conversion of solar radiation data

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    Highlights: ► Generalized regression neural network is used to predict the solar radiation on tilted surfaces. ► The above network, amongst many such as multilayer perceptron, is the most successful one. ► The present neural network returns a relative mean absolute error value of 9.1%. ► The present model leads to a mean absolute error value of estimate of 14.9 Wh/m2. - Abstract: The receiving ends of the solar energy conversion systems that generate heat or electricity from radiation is usually tilted at an optimum angle to increase the solar incident on the surface. Solar irradiation data measured on horizontal surfaces is readily available for many locations where such solar energy conversion systems are installed. Various equations have been developed to convert solar irradiation data measured on horizontal surface to that on tilted one. These equations constitute the conventional approach. In this article, an alternative approach, generalized regression type of neural network, is used to predict the solar irradiation on tilted surfaces, using the minimum number of variables involved in the physical process, namely the global solar irradiation on horizontal surface, declination and hour angles. Artificial neural networks have been successfully used in recent years for optimization, prediction and modeling in energy systems as alternative to conventional modeling approaches. To show the merit of the presently developed neural network, the solar irradiation data predicted from the novel model was compared to that from the conventional approach (isotropic and anisotropic models), with strict reference to the irradiation data measured in the same location. The present neural network model was found to provide closer solar irradiation values to the measured than the conventional approach, with a mean absolute error value of 14.9 Wh/m2. The other statistical values of coefficient of determination and relative mean absolute error also indicate the advantage of

  7. A case study to estimate costs using Neural Networks and regression based models

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    Nadia Bhuiyan

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available Bombardier Aerospace’s high performance aircrafts and services set the utmost standard for the Aerospace industry. A case study in collaboration with Bombardier Aerospace is conducted in order to estimate the target cost of a landing gear. More precisely, the study uses both parametric model and neural network models to estimate the cost of main landing gears, a major aircraft commodity. A comparative analysis between the parametric based model and those upon neural networks model will be considered in order to determine the most accurate method to predict the cost of a main landing gear. Several trials are presented for the design and use of the neural network model. The analysis for the case under study shows the flexibility in the design of the neural network model. Furthermore, the performance of the neural network model is deemed superior to the parametric models for this case study.

  8. A Study on Integrated Wavelet Neural Networks in Fault Diagnosis Based on Information Fusion

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    ANG Xue-ye

    2007-01-01

    The tight wavelet neural network was constituted by taking the nonlinear Morlet wavelet radices as the excitation function. The idiographic algorithm was presented. It combined the advantages of wavelet analysis and neural networks. The integrated wavelet neural network fault diagnosis system was set up based on both the information fusion technology and actual fault diagnosis, which took the sub-wavelet neural network as primary diagnosis from different sides, then came to the conclusions through decision-making fusion. The realizable policy of the diagnosis system and established principle of the sub-wavelet neural networks were given . It can be deduced from the examples that it takes full advantage of diversified characteristic information, and improves the diagnosis rate.

  9. Identification Method of Sports Throwing Force Based on Fuzzy Neural Network

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    Rui Su

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available In order to speed up the defects of the neural network computing and recognition, the essay proposes the information identification method research of sports throwing force based on the fuzzy neural network model. Firstly, I use the information, which is the combination of the wavelet transformation and the fuzzy neural network, to identify the new method combining and make the noise-suppressed processing of information. Then, according to the athlete’s throwing action and the extraction of signal processing characteristics, as well as the analysis of the fuzzy neural network algorithm. Finally, in order to verify the effectiveness of the proposed algorithm, I make analysis for the experimental results, which indicates that using this algorithm can not only have less noise than the traditional algorithm, but also have less number of the neural network computation. Besides, its recognition speed and accuracy is also higher.

  10. Application of a real neural collision avoidance system based on the locust to AGV navigation

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    Rind, F. C.; Allen, Charles R.

    1992-11-01

    The superb aereal performance of flying insects is achieved with comparatively simple neural machinery. Insects react rapidly to changing visual images. The abilities of insects to perform these computations in real time has already led to a successful prototype autonomous guided vehicle with a sensor and control structure modelled on the fly eye. Increasingly in visual neuroscience it is possible to isolate the critical image cues used by identified neurones to achieve a selective response to a feature or group of features within the changing visual image. In this paper we describe a biological neural network based on the input organization of such an identified motion detecting neurone, which responds selectively to the images of an object approaching on a collision course with the animal. We compare the response of the artificial neural network with the biological neural network in the same colliding stimulus. This approach led to a series of testable predictions about the organization of the biological neural network.

  11. PID Neural Network Based Speed Control of Asynchronous Motor Using Programmable Logic Controller

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    MARABA, V. A.

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available This paper deals with the structure and characteristics of PID Neural Network controller for single input and single output systems. PID Neural Network is a new kind of controller that includes the advantages of artificial neural networks and classic PID controller. Functioning of this controller is based on the update of controller parameters according to the value extracted from system output pursuant to the rules of back propagation algorithm used in artificial neural networks. Parameters obtained from the application of PID Neural Network training algorithm on the speed model of the asynchronous motor exhibiting second order linear behavior were used in the real time speed control of the motor. Programmable logic controller (PLC was used as real time controller. The real time control results show that reference speed successfully maintained under various load conditions.

  12. REAL-TIME MOTION PLANNING METHOD BASED ON NEURAL NETWORKS FOR MULTIPLE MOBILE ROBOTS

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    2001-01-01

    The motion planning of multiple mobile robots undertaking individual tasks in the same environment is studied. A motion planning method based on neural networks is proposed. By storing fuzzy rules in neural networks the method can fully make use of the association ability and high processing speed of neural networks to make robots avoid collisions with other objects in real time.Compared with rules method,the method can not only avoid building a large and complex rules base but also make robots avoid collisions and conflicts at higher speed and with higher intelligence.

  13. Feature evaluation and extraction based on neural network in analog circuit fault diagnosis

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    Yuan Haiying; Chen Guangju; Xie Yongle

    2007-01-01

    Choosing the right characteristic parameter is the key to fault diagnosis in analog circuit.The feature evaluation and extraction methods based on neural network are presented.Parameter evaluation of circuit features is realized by training results from neural network; the superior nonlinear mapping capability is competent for extracting fault features which are normalized and compressed subsequently.The complex classification problem on fault pattern recognition in analog circuit is transferred into feature processing stage by feature extraction based on neural network effectively, which improves the diagnosis efficiency.A fault diagnosis illustration validated this method.

  14. Genetic algorithm based adaptive neural network ensemble and its application in predicting carbon flux

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    Xue, Y.; Liu, S.; Hu, Y.; Yang, J.; Chen, Q.

    2007-01-01

    To improve the accuracy in prediction, Genetic Algorithm based Adaptive Neural Network Ensemble (GA-ANNE) is presented. Intersections are allowed between different training sets based on the fuzzy clustering analysis, which ensures the diversity as well as the accuracy of individual Neural Networks (NNs). Moreover, to improve the accuracy of the adaptive weights of individual NNs, GA is used to optimize the cluster centers. Empirical results in predicting carbon flux of Duke Forest reveal that GA-ANNE can predict the carbon flux more accurately than Radial Basis Function Neural Network (RBFNN), Bagging NN ensemble, and ANNE. ?? 2007 IEEE.

  15. Effects of Some Neurobiological Factors in a Self-organized Critical Model Based on Neural Networks

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    Based on an integrate-and-fire mechanism, we investigate the effect of changing the efficacy of the synapse, the transmitting time-delayed, and the relative refractoryperiod on the self-organized criticality in our neural network model.

  16. Effects of Some Neurobiological Factors in a Self-organized Critical Model Based on Neural Networks

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    ZHOULi-Ming; ZHANGYing-Yue; CHENTian-Lun

    2005-01-01

    Based on an integrate-and-fire mechanism, we investigate the effect of changing the efficacy of the synapse,the transmitting time-delayed, and the relative refractoryperiod on the self-organized criticality in our neural network model.

  17. Optimization Design based on BP Neural Network and GA Method

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    Bing Wang

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available This study puts forward one kind optimization controlling solution method on complicated system. At first modeling using neural network then adopt the real data to structure the neural network model of pertinence, make the parameter to seek to the neural network model excellently by mixing GA finally, thus got intelligence to the complicated system to optimize and control. The method can identify network configuration and network training methods. By adopting the number coding and effectively reducing the network size and the network convergence time, increase the network training speed. The study provides this and optimizes relevant MATLAB procedure which controls the method, so long as adjust a little to the concrete problem, can believe this procedure well the optimization of the complicated system controls the problem in the reality of solving.

  18. Musical expertise affects neural bases of letter recognition.

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    Proverbio, Alice Mado; Manfredi, Mirella; Zani, Alberto; Adorni, Roberta

    2013-02-01

    It is known that early music learning (playing of an instrument) modifies functional brain structure (both white and gray matter) and connectivity, especially callosal transfer, motor control/coordination and auditory processing. We compared visual processing of notes and words in 15 professional musicians and 15 controls by recording their synchronized bioelectrical activity (ERPs) in response to words and notes. We found that musical training in childhood (from age ~8 years) modifies neural mechanisms of word reading, whatever the genetic predisposition, which was unknown. While letter processing was strongly left-lateralized in controls, the fusiform (BA37) and inferior occipital gyri (BA18) were activated in both hemispheres in musicians for both word and music processing. The evidence that the neural mechanism of letter processing differed in musicians and controls (being absolutely bilateral in musicians) suggests that musical expertise modifies the neural mechanisms of letter reading. PMID:23238370

  19. Study on optimization control method based on artificial neural network

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    FU Hua; SUN Shao-guang; XU Zhen-Iiang

    2005-01-01

    In the goal optimization and control optimization process the problems with common artificial neural network algorithm are unsure convergence, insufficient post-training network precision, and slow training speed, in which partial minimum value question tends to occur. This paper conducted an in-depth study on the causes of the limitations of the algorithm, presented a rapid artificial neural network algorithm, which is characterized by integrating multiple algorithms and by using their complementary advantages. The salient feature of the method is self-organization, which can effectively prevent the optimized results from tending to be partial minimum values. Overall optimization can be achieved with this method, goal function can be searched for in overall scope. With optimization control of coal mine ventilator as a practical application, the paper proves that by integrating multiple artificial neural network algorithms, best control optimization and goal optimized can be achieved.

  20. Neural Network Based Forecasting of Foreign Currency Exchange Rates

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    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available The foreign currency exchange market is the highest and most liquid of the financial markets, with an estimated $1 trillion traded every day. Foreign exchange rates are the most important economic indices in the international financial markets. The prediction of them poses many theoretical and experimental challenges. This paper reports empirical proof that a neural network model is applicable to the prediction of foreign exchange rates. The exchange rates between Indian Rupee and four other major currencies, Pound Sterling, US Dollar, Euro and Japanese Yen are forecast by the trained neural networks. The neural network was trained by three different learning algorithms using historical data to find the suitable algorithm for prediction. The forecasting performance of the proposed system is evaluated using three statistical metrics and compared. The results presented here demonstrate that significantly close prediction can be made without extensive knowledge of market data.

  1. The neural correlates of gist-based true and false recognition

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    Gutchess, Angela H.; Schacter, Daniel L.

    2011-01-01

    When information is thematically related to previously studied information, gist-based processes contribute to false recognition. Using functional MRI, we examined the neural correlates of gist-based recognition as a function of increasing numbers of studied exemplars. Sixteen participants incidentally encoded small, medium, and large sets of pictures, and we compared the neural response at recognition using parametric modulation analyses. For hits, regions in middle occipital, middle temp...

  2. Neural Machine Learning Approaches: Q-Learning and Complexity Estimation Based Information Processing System

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    Chebira, Abdennasser; MELLOUK, Abdelhamid; Madani, Kurosh; Hoceini, Said

    2009-01-01

    Due the complexity of the actual systems based on heterogeneous methods, artificial neural networks approaches can reduce this complexity by modeling the environment as stochastic. Algorithms based on Neural Networks can take into account the dynamics of these environments with no model of dynamics to be given. Main idea of the approaches developed in this chapter is to take advantage from distributed processing and task simplification by dividing an initially complex processing task into a s...

  3. Complete Periodic Synchronization of Memristor-Based Neural Networks with Time-Varying Delays

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    Huaiqin Wu; Luying Zhang; Sanbo Ding; Xueqing Guo; Lingling Wang

    2013-01-01

    This paper investigates the complete periodic synchronization of memristor-based neural networks with time-varying delays. Firstly, under the framework of Filippov solutions, by using M-matrix theory and the Mawhin-like coincidence theorem in set-valued analysis, the existence of the periodic solution for the network system is proved. Secondly, complete periodic synchronization is considered for memristor-based neural networks. According to the state-dependent switching feature of the memrist...

  4. Dynamical analysis of memristor-based fractional-order neural networks with time delay

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    Cui, Xueli; Yu, Yongguang; Wang, Hu; Hu, Wei

    2016-06-01

    In this paper, the memristor-based fractional-order neural networks with time delay are analyzed. Based on the theories of set-value maps, differential inclusions and Filippov’s solution, some sufficient conditions for asymptotic stability of this neural network model are obtained when the external inputs are constants. Besides, uniform stability condition is derived when the external inputs are time-varying, and its attractive interval is estimated. Finally, numerical examples are given to verify our results.

  5. Development of Genetic Algorithm based Neural Network model for parameter estimation of Fast Breeder Reactor Subsystem

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    Subhra Rani Patra; R. Jehadeesan; Rajeswari, S.

    2012-01-01

    This work provides the construction of Genetic Algorithm based Neural Network for parameter estimation of Fast Breeder Test Reactor (FBTR) Subsystem. The parameter estimated here is temperature of Intermediate Heat Exchanger of Fast Breeder Test Reactor. Genetic Algorithm based Neural Network is a global search algorithm having less probability of being trapped in local minimum problem as compared to Standard Back Propagation algorithm which is a local search algorithm. The various developmen...

  6. A nonlinear PCA algorithm based on RBF neural networks

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    YANG Bin; ZHU Zhong-ying

    2005-01-01

    Traditional PCA is a linear method, but most engineering problems are nonlinear. Using the linear PCA in nonlinear problems may bring distorted and misleading results. Therefore, an approach of nonlinear principal component analysis (NLPCA) using radial basis function (RBF) neural network is developed in this paper. The orthogonal least squares (OLS) algorithm is used to train the RBF neural network. This method improves the training speed and prevents it from being trapped in local optimization. Results of two experiments show that this NLPCA method can effectively capture nonlinear correlation of nonlinear complex data, and improve the precision of the classification and the prediction.

  7. Application of functional-link neural network in evaluation of sublayer suspension based on FWD test

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    陈瑜; 张起森

    2004-01-01

    Several methods for evaluating the sublayer suspension beneath old pavement with falling weight deflectormeter(FWD), were summarized and the respective advantages and disadvantages were analyzed. Based on these methods, the evaluation principles were improved and a new type of the neural network, functional-link neural network was proposed to evaluate the sublayer suspension with FWD test results. The concept of function link, learning method of functional-link neural network and the establishment process of neural network model were studied in detail. Based on the old pavement over-repairing engineering of Kaiping section, Guangdong Province in G325 National Highway, the application of functional-link neural network in evaluation of sublayer suspension beneath old pavement based on FWD test data on the spot was investigated. When learning rate is 0.1 and training cycles are 405, the functional-link network error is less than 0.0001, while the optimum chosen 4-8-1 BP needs over 10000 training cycles to reach the same accuracy with less precise evaluation results. Therefore, in contrast to common BP neural network,the functional-link neural network adopts single layer structure to learn and calculate, which simplifies the network, accelerates the convergence speed and improves the accuracy. Moreover the trained functional-link neural network can be adopted to directly evaluate the sublayer suspension based on FWD test data on the site. Engineering practice indicates that the functional-link neural model gains very excellent results and effectively guides the pavement over-repairing construction.

  8. Construcciones mentales para el objeto recta de euler

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    Chávez, Violeta; Parraguez, Marcela

    2014-01-01

    En esta investigación se presenta un estudio en torno a la Recta de Euler, lugar geométrico que se construye en un triángulo y que contiene a tres elementos notables de él: baricentro, circuncentro y ortocentro. Con base en la teoría APOE (Acciones, Procesos, Objetos y Esquemas), marco teórico de carácter cognitivo enmarcado en el ámbito de la didáctica de la matemática, se realiza un estudio en profundidad de la construcción cognitiva de los conceptos geométricos involucrados en el aprendiza...

  9. A neural network based seafloor classification using acoustic backscatter

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    This paper presents a study results of the Artificial Neural Network (ANN) architectures [Self-Organizing Map (SOM) and Multi-Layer Perceptron (MLP)] using single beam echosounding data. The single beam echosounder, operable at 12 kHz, has been used...

  10. Apple Grade Judgment Based on the Neural Network

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    BAO Xiao-an; LUO Zhuo-lin; ZHANG Rui-lin

    2004-01-01

    A processing method on the basis of the technology of computer visual and digital image was introduced. The improved LVQ (learning vector quantization) neural network algorithm applied in the process to identify the grade of apples was proved effective in experiment.

  11. Functional recordings from awake, behaving rodents through a microchannel based regenerative neural interface

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    Gore, Russell K.; Choi, Yoonsu; Bellamkonda, Ravi; English, Arthur

    2015-02-01

    group of awake and behaving animals. These unique findings provide preliminary evidence that efferent, volitional motor potentials can be recorded from the microchannel-based peripheral neural interface; a critical requirement for any neural interface intended to facilitate direct neural control of external technologies.

  12. Construction of Neural Networks that Do Not Have Critical Points Based on Hierarchical Structure

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    Tohru Nitta

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available a critical point is a point at which the derivatives of an error function are all zero. It has been shown in the literature that critical points caused by the hierarchical structure of a real-valued neural network (NN can be local minima or saddle points, although most critical points caused by the hierarchical structure are saddle points in the case of complex-valued neural networks. Several studies have demonstrated that singularity of those kinds has a negative effect on learning dynamics in neural networks. As described in this paper, the decomposition of high-dimensional neural networks into low-dimensional neural networks equivalent to the original neural networks yields neural networks that have no critical point based on the hierarchical structure. Concretely, the following three cases are shown: (a A 2-2-2 real-valued NN is constructed from a 1-1-1 complex-valued NN. (b A 4-4-4 real-valued NN is constructed from a 1-1-1 quaternionic NN. (c A 2-2-2 complex-valued NN is constructed from a 1-1-1 quaternionic NN. Those NNs described above do not suffer from a negative effect by singular points during learning comparatively because they have no critical point based on a hierarchical structure.

  13. Neural feedback linearization adaptive control for affine nonlinear systems based on neural network estimator

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    Bahita Mohamed

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available In this work, we introduce an adaptive neural network controller for a class of nonlinear systems. The approach uses two Radial Basis Functions, RBF networks. The first RBF network is used to approximate the ideal control law which cannot be implemented since the dynamics of the system are unknown. The second RBF network is used for on-line estimating the control gain which is a nonlinear and unknown function of the states. The updating laws for the combined estimator and controller are derived through Lyapunov analysis. Asymptotic stability is established with the tracking errors converging to a neighborhood of the origin. Finally, the proposed method is applied to control and stabilize the inverted pendulum system.

  14. Passivity of memristor-based BAM neural networks with different memductance and uncertain delays.

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    Anbuvithya, R; Mathiyalagan, K; Sakthivel, R; Prakash, P

    2016-08-01

    This paper addresses the passivity problem for a class of memristor-based bidirectional associate memory (BAM) neural networks with uncertain time-varying delays. In particular, the proposed memristive BAM neural networks is formulated with two different types of memductance functions. By constructing proper Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional and using differential inclusions theory, a new set of sufficient condition is obtained in terms of linear matrix inequalities which guarantee the passivity criteria for the considered neural networks. Finally, two numerical examples are given to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed theoretical results. PMID:27468321

  15. Finite-time synchronization control of a class of memristor-based recurrent neural networks.

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    Jiang, Minghui; Wang, Shuangtao; Mei, Jun; Shen, Yanjun

    2015-03-01

    This paper presents a global and local finite-time synchronization control law for memristor neural networks. By utilizing the drive-response concept, differential inclusions theory, and Lyapunov functional method, we establish several sufficient conditions for finite-time synchronization between the master and corresponding slave memristor-based neural network with the designed controller. In comparison with the existing results, the proposed stability conditions are new, and the obtained results extend some previous works on conventional recurrent neural networks. Two numerical examples are provided to illustrate the effective of the design method. PMID:25536233

  16. STUDY ON INJECTION AND IGNITION CONTROL OF GASOLINE ENGINE BASED ON BP NEURAL NETWORK

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    Zhang Cuiping; Yang Qingfo

    2003-01-01

    According to advantages of neural network and characteristics of operating procedures of engine, a new strategy is represented on the control of fuel injection and ignition timing of gasoline engine based on improved BP network algorithm. The optimum ignition advance angle and fuel injection pulse band of engine under different speed and load are tested for the samples training network, focusing on the study of the design method and procedure of BP neural network in engine injection and ignition control. The results show that artificial neural network technique can meet the requirement of engine injection and ignition control. The method is feasible for improving power performance, economy and emission performances of gasoline engine.

  17. The Monitoring of Red Tides Based on Modular Neural Networks Using Airborne Hyperspectral Remote Sensing

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    JI Guangrong; SUN Jie; ZHAO Wencang; ZHANG Hande

    2006-01-01

    This paper proposes a red tide monitoring method based on clustering and modular neural networks. To obtain the features of red tide from a mass of aerial remote sensing hyperspectral data, first the Log Residual Correction (LRC) is used to normalize the data, and then clustering analysis is adopted to select and form the training samples for the neural networks. For rapid monitoring, the discriminator is composed of modular neural networks, whose structure and learning parameters are determined by an Adaptive Genetic Algorithm (AGA). The experiments showed that this method can monitor red tide rapidly and effectively.

  18. Tea classification based on artificial olfaction using bionic olfactory neural network

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    X. L. Yang; Fu, J.; Lou, Z G; L. Y. Wang; Li, G.; Freeman, Walter J III

    2006-01-01

    Based on the research on mechanism of biological olfactory system, we constructed a K-set, which is a novel bionic neural network. Founded on the groundwork of K0, KI and KII sets, the KIII set in the K-set hierarchy simulates the whole olfactory neural system. In contrast to the conventional artificial neural networks, the KIII set operates in nonconvergent 'chaotic' dynamical modes similar to the biological olfactory system. In this paper, an application of electronic nose-brain for tea cla...

  19. Building a Tax Predictive Model Based on the Cloud Neural Network

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    田永青; 李志; 朱仲英

    2003-01-01

    Tax is very important to the whole country, so a scientific tax predictive model is needed. This paper introduces the theory of the cloud model. On this basis, it presents a cloud neural network, and analyzes the main factors which influence the tax revenue. Then if proposes a tax predictive model based on the cloud neural network. The model combines the strongpoints of the cloud model and the neural network. The experiment and simulation results show the effectiveness of the algorithm in this paper.

  20. Neural Network Based on Rough Sets and Its Application to Remote Sensing Image Classification

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    2002-01-01

    This paper presents a new kind of back propagation neural network (BPNN) based on rough sets,called rough back propagation neural network (RBPNN).The architecture and training method of RBPNN are presented and the survey and analysis of RBPNN for the classification of remote sensing multi-spectral image is discussed.The successful application of RBPNN to a land cover classification illustrates the simple computation and high accuracy of the new neural network and the flexibility and practicality of this new approach.

  1. Correlation methods of base-level cycle based on wavelet neural network

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    2007-01-01

    The authors discussed the method of wavelet neural network (WNN) for correlation of base-level cycle. A new vectored method of well log data was proposed. Through the training with the known data set, the WNN can remenber the cycle pattern characteristic of the well log curves. By the trained WNN to identify the cycle pattern in the vectored log data, the ocrrelation process among the well cycles was completed. The application indicates that it is highly efficient and reliable in base-level cycle correlation.

  2. The matrix Euler-Fermat theorem

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    We prove many congruences for binomial and multinomial coefficients as well as for the coefficients of the Girard-Newton formula in the theory of symmetric functions. These congruences also imply congruences (modulo powers of primes) for the traces of various powers of matrices with integer elements. We thus have an extension of the matrix Fermat theorem similar to Euler's extension of the numerical little Fermat theorem

  3. PROOF OF EULER-GOLDBACH’S CONJECTURE

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    Drushinin, Victor; Lazarev, Alexey

    2014-01-01

    We analytically proved that every even number greater than “4” can be represented as the sum of two primes. We give a simple algorithm to determine the number of such pairs and their particular view on any even number. A formula is derived for the approximate number of pairs of Euler-Goldbach for arbitrary even number. Calculations are confirmed the created algorithm.

  4. Euler Characteristic and Quadrilaterals of Normal Surfaces

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    Tejas Kalelkar

    2008-05-01

    Let be a compact 3-manifold with a triangulation . We give an inequality relating the Euler characteristic of a surface normally embedded in with the number of normal quadrilaterals in . This gives a relation between a topological invariant of the surface and a quantity derived from its combinatorial description. Secondly, we obtain an inequality relating the number of normal triangles and normal quadrilaterals of , that depends on the maximum number of tetrahedrons that share a vertex in .

  5. Design of intelligent systems based on fuzzy logic, neural networks and nature-inspired optimization

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    Castillo, Oscar; Kacprzyk, Janusz

    2015-01-01

    This book presents recent advances on the design of intelligent systems based on fuzzy logic, neural networks and nature-inspired optimization and their application in areas such as, intelligent control and robotics, pattern recognition, time series prediction and optimization of complex problems. The book is organized in eight main parts, which contain a group of papers around a similar subject. The first part consists of papers with the main theme of theoretical aspects of fuzzy logic, which basically consists of papers that propose new concepts and algorithms based on fuzzy systems. The second part contains papers with the main theme of neural networks theory, which are basically papers dealing with new concepts and algorithms in neural networks. The third part contains papers describing applications of neural networks in diverse areas, such as time series prediction and pattern recognition. The fourth part contains papers describing new nature-inspired optimization algorithms. The fifth part presents div...

  6. Instantaneous Gradient Based Dual Mode Feed-Forward Neural Network Blind Equalization Algorithm

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    Ying Xiao

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available To further improve the performance of feed-forward neural network blind equalization based on Constant Modulus Algorithm (CMA cost function, an instantaneous gradient based dual mode between Modified Constant Modulus Algorithm (MCMA and Decision Directed (DD algorithm was proposed. The neural network weights change quantity of the adjacent iterative process is defined as instantaneous gradient. After the network converges, the weights of neural network to achieve a stable energy state and the instantaneous gradient would be zero. Therefore dual mode algorithm can be realized by criterion which set according to the instantaneous gradient. Computer simulation results show that the dual mode feed-forward neural network blind equalization algorithm proposed in this study improves the convergence rate and convergence precision effectively, at the same time, has good restart and tracking ability under channel burst interference condition.

  7. Multiscale approach for bone remodeling simulation based on finite element and neural network computation

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    Hambli, Ridha

    2011-01-01

    The aim of this paper is to develop a multiscale hierarchical hybrid model based on finite element analysis and neural network computation to link mesoscopic scale (trabecular network level) and macroscopic (whole bone level) to simulate bone remodelling process. Because whole bone simulation considering the 3D trabecular level is time consuming, the finite element calculation is performed at macroscopic level and a trained neural network are employed as numerical devices for substituting the finite element code needed for the mesoscale prediction. The bone mechanical properties are updated at macroscopic scale depending on the morphological organization at the mesoscopic computed by the trained neural network. The digital image-based modeling technique using m-CT and voxel finite element mesh is used to capture 2 mm3 Representative Volume Elements at mesoscale level in a femur head. The input data for the artificial neural network are a set of bone material parameters, boundary conditions and the applied str...

  8. The optimum design of the pressure control spring of the relief valve based on neural networks

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    FU Xiao-jin

    2006-01-01

    Based on the traditional optimization methods about the pressure control spring of the relief valve and combined with the advantages of neural network, this paper put forward the optimization method with many parameters and a lot of constraints based on neural network. The object function of optimization is transformed into the energy function of the neural network and the mathematical model of neural network optimization about the pressure control spring of the relief valve is set up in this method which also puts forward its own algorithm. An example of application shows that network convergence gets stable state of minimization object function E, and object function converges to the utmost minimum point with steady function, then best solution is gained, which makes the design plan better. The algorithm of solution for the problem is effective about the optimum design of the pressure control spring and improves the performance target.

  9. Results from a MA16-based neural trigger in an experiment looking for beauty

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    Results from a neural-network trigger based on the digital MA16 chip of Siemens are reported. The neural trigger has been applied to data from the WA92 experiment, looking for beauty particles, which have been collected during a run in which a neural trigger module based on Intel's analog neural chip ETANN operated, as already reported. The MA16 board hosting the chip has a 16-bit I/O precision and a 53-bit precision for internal calculations. It operated at 50 MHz, yielding a response time for a 16 input-variable net of 3 μs for a Fisher discriminant (1-layer net) and of 6 μs for a 2-layer net. Results are compared with those previously obtained with the ETANN trigger. (orig.)

  10. Technique of information hiding based on neural network

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    Xu, Li; Tao, Gu

    2007-04-01

    A neural network algorithm is proposed which can conceal different files effectively such as *.exe, *.com, *.doc, *.txt and self-defined file formats. First, the important contents of the file are coded into a binary array. The total number of 0s and 1s is N. Second, to make the neural network learn the sample space, N pixel values and their closely relevant pixel values are randomly chosen from a color BMP format image and used to train the neural network, thus we get a group of network parameters and its outputs Y1. Each element of Y1 is increased by 0 or 1 according to the zeros and ones from the array, the increased Y1is called Y2. Third, using the transmitted parameters, a receiver can restore the neural network. Network outputs Y3(Y1) can also be obtained by simulating the restored neural network with the seed pixel values. Finally, the encrypted information can be decoded by Y2 and Y3. The acquisition of parameters and Y1 is different when the neural network is trained each time, so the algorithm has the characteristic of a one-time pad, which can enhance the correspondence security. Because the network colligates the chosen pixel values and their closely relevant pixel values, a cryptanalyst can not restore the network parameters and Y3 easily. Without the seed picture and the password, he does not know the encrypted data even if he knows the network parameters and Y2. If he only has the seed picture, he does not know the encrypted contents either, because there is no other information in the picture, which just is used to train the network. Using the same algorithm, the fragile watermark can be embedded into Y1 simultaneously. Besides telling you whether Y2 or network parameters have been tampered with, the fragile watermark could as well, reflecting the distortion status in the spatial domain of the tampered image. Therefore, the proposed method is of significance in practice.

  11. NOISE IDENTIFICATION FOR HYDRAULIC AXIAL PISTON PUMP BASED ON ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS

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    2006-01-01

    The noise identification model of the neural networks is established for the 63SCY14-1B hydraulic axial piston pump. Taking four kinds of different port plates as instances, the noise identification is successfully carried out for hydraulic axial piston pump based on experiments with the MATLAB and the toolbox of neural networks. The operating pressure, the flow rate of hydraulic axial piston pump, the temperature of hydraulic oil, and bulk modulus of hydraulic oil are the main parameters having influences on the noise of hydraulic axial piston pump. These four parameters are used as inputs of neural networks, and experimental data of the noise are used as outputs of neural networks. Error of noise identification is less than 1% after the neural networks have been trained. The results show that the noise identification of hydraulic axial piston pump is feasible and reliable by using artificial neural networks. The method of noise identification with neural networks is also creative one of noise theoretical research for hydraulic axial piston pump.

  12. Cardiac Arrhythmias Classification Method Based on MUSIC, Morphological Descriptors, and Neural Network

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    Naghsh-Nilchi, Ahmad R.; Kadkhodamohammadi, A. Rahim

    2009-12-01

    An electrocardiogram (ECG) beat classification scheme based on multiple signal classification (MUSIC) algorithm, morphological descriptors, and neural networks is proposed for discriminating nine ECG beat types. These are normal, fusion of ventricular and normal, fusion of paced and normal, left bundle branch block, right bundle branch block, premature ventricular concentration, atrial premature contraction, paced beat, and ventricular flutter. ECG signal samples from MIT-BIH arrhythmia database are used to evaluate the scheme. MUSIC algorithm is used to calculate pseudospectrum of ECG signals. The low-frequency samples are picked to have the most valuable heartbeat information. These samples along with two morphological descriptors, which deliver the characteristics and features of all parts of the heart, form an input feature vector. This vector is used for the initial training of a classifier neural network. The neural network is designed to have nine sample outputs which constitute the nine beat types. Two neural network schemes, namely multilayered perceptron (MLP) neural network and a probabilistic neural network (PNN), are employed. The experimental results achieved a promising accuracy of 99.03% for classifying the beat types using MLP neural network. In addition, our scheme recognizes NORMAL class with 100% accuracy and never misclassifies any other classes as NORMAL.

  13. Cardiac Arrhythmias Classification Method Based on MUSIC, Morphological Descriptors, and Neural Network

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    2009-03-01

    Full Text Available An electrocardiogram (ECG beat classification scheme based on multiple signal classification (MUSIC algorithm, morphological descriptors, and neural networks is proposed for discriminating nine ECG beat types. These are normal, fusion of ventricular and normal, fusion of paced and normal, left bundle branch block, right bundle branch block, premature ventricular concentration, atrial premature contraction, paced beat, and ventricular flutter. ECG signal samples from MIT-BIH arrhythmia database are used to evaluate the scheme. MUSIC algorithm is used to calculate pseudospectrum of ECG signals. The low-frequency samples are picked to have the most valuable heartbeat information. These samples along with two morphological descriptors, which deliver the characteristics and features of all parts of the heart, form an input feature vector. This vector is used for the initial training of a classifier neural network. The neural network is designed to have nine sample outputs which constitute the nine beat types. Two neural network schemes, namely multilayered perceptron (MLP neural network and a probabilistic neural network (PNN, are employed. The experimental results achieved a promising accuracy of 99.03% for classifying the beat types using MLP neural network. In addition, our scheme recognizes NORMAL class with 100% accuracy and never misclassifies any other classes as NORMAL.

  14. Research on Spatial Estimation of Soil Property Based on Improved RBF Neural Network

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    Jianbo Xu

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available To seek optimal network parameters of Radial Basis Function (RBF Neural Network and improve the accuracy of this method on estimation of soil property space, this study utilizes genetic algorithm to optimize three network parameters of RBF Neural Network including the number of hidden layer nodes, expansion speed and root-mean-square error. Then, based on optimized RBF Neural Network, spatial interpolation is conducted for arable soil property under different sampling scales in the study area. The estimation result is superior to RBF Neural Network method without optimization and geostatistical method in terms of the fitting capacity and interpolation accuracy. Compared with the result of space estimation by RBF Neural Network method without optimization, among the 5 schemes, the forecast errors of RBF Neural Network optimized by genetic algorithm reduce greatly. Mean absolute error (MAE reduces 0.4868 on the average and root-mean-square error (RMSE reduces 1.492 on the average. Therefore, RBF Neural Network method optimized by genetic algorithm can gain the information about regional soil property spatial variation more accurately and provides technical support for arable land quality evaluation, accurate farmland management and rational application of fertilizer.

  15. A case study to estimate costs using Neural Networks and regression based models

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    Nadia Bhuiyan; Adil Salam; Fantahun M. Defersha

    2012-01-01

    Bombardier Aerospace’s high performance aircrafts and services set the utmost standard for the Aerospace industry. A case study in collaboration with Bombardier Aerospace is conducted in order to estimate the target cost of a landing gear. More precisely, the study uses both parametric model and neural network models to estimate the cost of main landing gears, a major aircraft commodity. A comparative analysis between the parametric based model and those upon neural networks model will be con...

  16. Artificial neural network based pulse shape analysis in cryogenic detectors for rare event searches

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    Zoeller, Andreas [Physik Department E15, Technische Universitaet Muenchen, 85748 Garching (Germany); Collaboration: CRESST-Collaboration

    2015-07-01

    We present a method based on an Artificial Neural Network for a pulse shape analysis in cryogenic detectors. To train the neural network a huge amount of pulses with known properties are necessary. Therefore, a data-driven simulation used to generate these sets is explained. Furthermore, these simulations allow detailed studies, especially of the cut efficiency and the signal purity of the developed cut. First results are presented and compared with the performance of alternative algorithms.

  17. ECG Prediction Based on Classification via Neural Networks and Linguistic Fuzzy Logic Forecaster

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    Eva Volna; Martin Kotyrba; Hashim Habiballa

    2015-01-01

    The paper deals with ECG prediction based on neural networks classification of different types of time courses of ECG signals. The main objective is to recognise normal cycles and arrhythmias and perform further diagnosis. We proposed two detection systems that have been created with usage of neural networks. The experimental part makes it possible to load ECG signals, preprocess them, and classify them into given classes. Outputs from the classifiers carry a predictive character. All experim...

  18. Artificial neural network based pulse shape analysis in cryogenic detectors for rare event searches

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    We present a method based on an Artificial Neural Network for a pulse shape analysis in cryogenic detectors. To train the neural network a huge amount of pulses with known properties are necessary. Therefore, a data-driven simulation used to generate these sets is explained. Furthermore, these simulations allow detailed studies, especially of the cut efficiency and the signal purity of the developed cut. First results are presented and compared with the performance of alternative algorithms.

  19. System Error Compensation Methodology Based on a Neural Network for a Micromachined Inertial Measurement Unit

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    Shi Qiang Liu; Rong Zhu

    2016-01-01

    Errors compensation of micromachined-inertial-measurement-units (MIMU) is essential in practical applications. This paper presents a new compensation method using a neural-network-based identification for MIMU, which capably solves the universal problems of cross-coupling, misalignment, eccentricity, and other deterministic errors existing in a three-dimensional integrated system. Using a neural network to model a complex multivariate and nonlinear coupling system, the errors could be readily...

  20. The Influence of Perceptual and Knowledge-based Familiarity on the Neural Substrates of Face Perception

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    J. Cloutier; Kelley, W. M.; Heatherton, T. F.

    2010-01-01

    This study examined the neural substrates of facial familiarity and person-knowledge. Based on current neural models of face perception, it was hypothesized that distinct extended networks of brain regions differentiate the perception of (a) novel faces, (b) novel faces associated with person-knowledge, (c) perceptually familiar faces and (d) familiar faces for which person-knowledge was learned. To test this hypothesis, we conducted an event-related fMRI experiment during which participants ...

  1. Projective synchronization of fractional-order memristor-based neural networks.

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    Bao, Hai-Bo; Cao, Jin-De

    2015-03-01

    This paper investigates the projective synchronization of fractional-order memristor-based neural networks. Sufficient conditions are derived in the sense of Caputo's fractional derivation and by combining a fractional-order differential inequality. Two numerical examples are given to show the effectiveness of the main results. The results in this paper extend and improve some previous works on the synchronization of fractional-order neural networks. PMID:25463390

  2. Configuration space control of a parallel delta robot with a neural network based inverse kinematics

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    Uzunovic, Tarik; Golubovic, Edin; Baran, Eray Abdurrahman; Şabanoviç, Asif; SABANOVIC, Asif

    2013-01-01

    This paper describes configuration space control of a Delta robot with a neural network based kinematics. Mathematical model of the kinematics for parallel Delta robot used for manipulation purposes in microfactory was validated, and experiments showed that this model is not describing “real” kinematics properly. Therefore a new solution for kinematics mapping had to be investigated. Solution was found in neural network utilization, and it was used to model robot's inverse kinematics. It show...

  3. Multivariate synthetic streamflow generation using a hybrid model based on artificial neural networks

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    J. C. Ochoa-Rivera; R. García-Bartual; Andreu, J.

    2002-01-01

    A model for multivariate streamflow generation is presented, based on a multilayer feedforward neural network. The structure of the model results from two components, the neural network (NN) deterministic component and a random component which is assumed to be normally distributed. It is from this second component that the model achieves the ability to incorporate effectively the uncertainty associated with hydrological processes, making it valuable as a practical tool for synthetic generatio...

  4. Multivariate synthetic streamflow generation using a hybrid model based on artificial neural networks

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    J. C. Ochoa-Rivera; R. García-Bartual; Andreu, J.

    2002-01-01

    A model for multivariate streamflow generation is presented, based on a multilayer feedforward neural network. The structure of the model results from two components, the neural network (NN) deterministic component and a random component which is assumed to be normally distributed. It is from this second component that the model achieves the ability to incorporate effectively the uncertainty associated with hydrological processes, making it valuable as a practical tool for s...

  5. Indirect model for roughness in rough honing processes based on artificial neural networks

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    Sivatte Adroer, Mauricio; Llanas Parra, Francesc Xavier; Buj Corral, Irene; Vivancos Calvet, Joan

    2016-01-01

    In the present paper an indirect model based on neural networks is presented for modelling the rough honing process. It allows obtaining values to be set for different process variables (linear speed, tangential speed, pressure of abrasive stones, grain size of abrasive and density of abrasive) as a function of required average roughness Ra. A multilayer perceptron (feedforward) with a backpropagation (BP) training system was used for defining neural networks. Several configurations were test...

  6. Neural Network Based Identification of Material Model Parameters to Capture Experimental Load-deflection Curve

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    D. Novák

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available A new approach is presented for identifying material model parameters. The approach is based on coupling stochastic nonlinear analysis and an artificial neural network. The model parameters play the role of random variables. The Monte Carlo type simulation method is used for training the neural network. The feasibility of the presented approach is demonstrated using examples of high performance concrete for prestressed railway sleepers and an example of a shear wall failure. 

  7. Asymptotic-Preserving scheme for a two-fluid Euler-Lorentz model

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    Deluzet Fabrice

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available The present work is devoted to the simulation of a strongly magnetized plasma as a mixture of an ion fluid and an electron fluid. For simplicity reasons, we assume that each fluid is isothermal and is modelized by Euler equations coupled with a term representing the Lorentz force, and we assume that both Euler systems are coupled through a quasi-neutrality constraint of the form ni = ne. The numerical method which is described in the present document is based on an asymptotic-preserving time semi-discretization of a variant of this two-fluid Euler-Lorentz model which is based on a small perturbation of the quasi-neutrality constraint.

  8. Multigrid solution for the compressible Euler equations by an implicit characteristic-flux-averaging

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    Kanarachos, A.; Vournas, I.

    A formulation of an implicit characteristic-flux-averaging method for the compressible Euler equations combined with the multigrid method is presented. The method is based on correction scheme and implicit Gudunov type finite volume scheme and is applied to two dimensional cases. Its principal feature is an averaging procedure based on the eigenvalue analysis of the Euler equations by means of which the fluxes are evaluated at the finite volume faces. The performance of the method is demonstrated for different flow problems around RAE-2922 and NACA-0012 airfoils and an internal flow over a circular arc.

  9. Towards a neural network based therapy for hallucinatory disorders.

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    Peláez, J R

    2000-01-01

    Pattern completion in a neural network model of the thalamus and a biologically plausible model of synaptic plasticity are the key concepts used in this paper for analyzing some cognitive disorders that involve hallucinations of several kinds: visual hallucinations in the Charles Bonnet syndrome and psychedelic drugs consumption, somatic hallucination in phantom limbs, cognitive hallucinations in schizophrenia and even in multiple personality disorders. All these types of hallucinations are proposed to be the result of a pattern completion dynamics performed in thalamic deafferented areas. Effective treatments of some of these disorders involve peripheral stimulation jointly with a central inhibition so that the neural circuits generating the disorders are depressed according to the proposed model of synaptic plasticity. PMID:11156194

  10. Neural network based PWM AC chopper fed induction motor drive

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    Venkatesan Jamuna

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, a new Simulink model for a neural network controlled PWM AC chopper fed single phase induction motor is proposed. Closed loop speed control is achieved using a neural network controller. To maintain a constant fluid flow with a variation in pressure head, drives like fan and pump are operated with closed loop speed control. The need to improve the quality and reliability of the drive circuit has increased because of the growing demand for improving the performance of motor drives. With the increased availability of MOSFET's and IGBT's, PWM converters can be used efficiently in low and medium power applications. From the simulation studies, it is seen that the PWM AC chopper has a better harmonic spectrum and lesser copper loss than the Phase controlled AC chopper. It is observed that the drive system with the proposed model produces better dynamic performance, reduced overshoot and fast transient response. .

  11. Risk Assessment Algorithms Based On Recursive Neural Networks

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    De Lara, Alejandro Chinea Manrique

    2007-01-01

    The assessment of highly-risky situations at road intersections have been recently revealed as an important research topic within the context of the automotive industry. In this paper we shall introduce a novel approach to compute risk functions by using a combination of a highly non-linear processing model in conjunction with a powerful information encoding procedure. Specifically, the elements of information either static or dynamic that appear in a road intersection scene are encoded by using directed positional acyclic labeled graphs. The risk assessment problem is then reformulated in terms of an inductive learning task carried out by a recursive neural network. Recursive neural networks are connectionist models capable of solving supervised and non-supervised learning problems represented by directed ordered acyclic graphs. The potential of this novel approach is demonstrated through well predefined scenarios. The major difference of our approach compared to others is expressed by the fact of learning t...

  12. MODEL OF CASE-BASED NEURAL NETWORK%基于范例的神经网络模型

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    艾景军; 李俊生

    2004-01-01

    In order to improve generalization capability of neural networks, a model structure of Case-Based neural networks has been presented. The model blended Case-Based Reasoning method into neural networks and has the ability of incrementally learning. The results demonstrated that the model could observably improve the generalization capability of supervised neural networks. Firstly, paper summarized the advancing front of researching on generalization capability of neural networks.Secondly, the structure of CBNN and its process of working were introduced. Finally, the results of experiments were compared and discussed.

  13. Neural Network Based Forecasting of Foreign Currency Exchange Rates

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    S. Kumar Chandar; Sumathi, Dr. M.; Dr S. N. Sivanandam

    2014-01-01

    The foreign currency exchange market is the highest and most liquid of the financial markets, with an estimated $1 trillion traded every day. Foreign exchange rates are the most important economic indices in the international financial markets. The prediction of them poses many theoretical and experimental challenges. This paper reports empirical proof that a neural network model is applicable to the prediction of foreign exchange rates. The exchange rates between Indian Rupee and four other...

  14. Hyaluronic acid-based scaffold for central neural tissue engineering

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    Wang, Xiumei; He, Jin; Wang, Ying; CUI, FU-ZHAI

    2012-01-01

    Central nervous system (CNS) regeneration with central neuronal connections and restoration of synaptic connections has been a long-standing worldwide problem and, to date, no effective clinical therapies are widely accepted for CNS injuries. The limited regenerative capacity of the CNS results from the growth-inhibitory environment that impedes the regrowth of axons. Central neural tissue engineering has attracted extensive attention from multi-disciplinary scientists in recent years, and ma...

  15. Neural Network AE Source Location Based on Extracted Signal Features

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    Chlada, Milan; Blaháček, Michal; Převorovský, Zdeněk

    Brno : VUT Brno, 2005 - (Mazal, P.), s. 55-62 ISBN 80-214-2996-8. [NDT in Progress. Praha (CZ), 10.10.2005-12.10.2005] R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GA201/04/2102; GA MPO FT-TA/026 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z20760514 Keywords : AE source location * neural network s * signal features Subject RIV: BI - Acoustics

  16. Activated sludge process based on artificial neural network

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    张文艺; 蔡建安

    2002-01-01

    Considering the difficulty of creating water quality model for activated sludge system, a typical BP artificial neural network model has been established to simulate the operation of a waste water treatment facilities. The comparison of prediction results with the on-spot measurements shows the model, the model is accurate and this model can also be used to realize intelligentized on-line control of the wastewater processing process.

  17. Evolving Chart Pattern Sensitive Neural Network Based Forex Trading Agents

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    Sher, Gene I.

    2011-01-01

    Though machine learning has been applied to the foreign exchange market for algorithmic trading for quiet some time now, and neural networks(NN) have been shown to yield positive results, in most modern approaches the NN systems are optimized through traditional methods like the backpropagation algorithm for example, and their input signals are price lists, and lists composed of other technical indicator elements. The aim of this paper is twofold: the presentation and testing of the applicati...

  18. Optogenetics: illuminating the neural bases of rodent behavior

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    Lobo, Mary Kay

    2014-01-01

    T Chase Francis,1 Dipesh Chaudhury,2 Mary Kay Lobo1 1Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA; 2Department of Biology, New York University Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Abstract: In vivo optogenetics has provided researchers with the ability to delve deeper into the neural basis of behavior by driving cell-type specific circuit connections within and between brain regions. The diverse toolbox available for circuit- and...

  19. Dynamic Reputation Based Trust Management Using Neural Network Approach

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    Reza Azmi; Mahdieh Hakimi; Zahra Bahmani

    2011-01-01

    Multi-agent systems like Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Networks employ scalable mechanisms that allow anyone to offer content and services to other system users. The open accessibility of these networks makes them vulnerable to malicious users wishing to poison the system. This paper proposed a novel trust and reputation system, using RBF artificial neural network to determine trust level and mitigate the number of unreliable downloads.

  20. Neural bases of selective attention in action video game players

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    Bavelier, D.; Achtman, RL; M Mani; Föcker, J

    2011-01-01

    Over the past few years, the very act of playing action video games has been shown to enhance several different aspects of visual selective attention. Yet little is known about the neural mechanisms that mediate such attentional benefits. A review of the aspects of attention enhanced in action game players suggests there are changes in the mechanisms that control attention allocation and its efficiency (Hubert-Wallander et al., 2010). The present study used brain imaging to test this hypothes...

  1. Neuronal spike sorting based on radial basis function neural networks

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    Taghavi Kani M

    2011-02-01

    Full Text Available "nBackground: Studying the behavior of a society of neurons, extracting the communication mechanisms of brain with other tissues, finding treatment for some nervous system diseases and designing neuroprosthetic devices, require an algorithm to sort neuralspikes automatically. However, sorting neural spikes is a challenging task because of the low signal to noise ratio (SNR of the spikes. The main purpose of this study was to design an automatic algorithm for classifying neuronal spikes that are emitted from a specific region of the nervous system."n "nMethods: The spike sorting process usually consists of three stages: detection, feature extraction and sorting. We initially used signal statistics to detect neural spikes. Then, we chose a limited number of typical spikes as features and finally used them to train a radial basis function (RBF neural network to sort the spikes. In most spike sorting devices, these signals are not linearly discriminative. In order to solve this problem, the aforesaid RBF neural network was used."n "nResults: After the learning process, our proposed algorithm classified any arbitrary spike. The obtained results showed that even though the proposed Radial Basis Spike Sorter (RBSS reached to the same error as the previous methods, however, the computational costs were much lower compared to other algorithms. Moreover, the competitive points of the proposed algorithm were its good speed and low computational complexity."n "nConclusion: Regarding the results of this study, the proposed algorithm seems to serve the purpose of procedures that require real-time processing and spike sorting.

  2. The neural bases of key competencies of emotional intelligence

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    Krueger, Frank; Aron K Barbey; McCabe, Kevin; Strenziok, Maren; Zamboni, Giovanna; Solomon, Jeffrey; Raymont, Vanessa; Grafman, Jordan

    2009-01-01

    Emotional intelligence (EI) refers to a set of competencies that are essential features of human social life. Although the neural substrates of EI are virtually unknown, it is well established that the prefrontal cortex (PFC) plays a crucial role in human social-emotional behavior. We studied a unique sample of combat veterans from the Vietnam Head Injury Study, which is a prospective, long-term follow-up study of veterans with focal penetrating head injuries. We administered the Mayer-Salove...

  3. Artificial Neural Networks for SCADA Data based Load Reconstruction (poster)

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    Hofemann, C.; Van Bussel, G.J.W.; Veldkamp, H.

    2011-01-01

    If at least one reference wind turbine is available, which provides sufficient information about the wind turbine loads, the loads acting on the neighbouring wind turbines can be predicted via an artificial neural network (ANN). This research explores the possibilities to apply such a network not only within a wind park but on turbines located at different sites. Following the idea to develop a tool to forecast the particular loads of any wind turbine in the field without the need to install ...

  4. A NOVEL INTRUSION DETECTION MODE BASED ON UNDERSTANDABLE NEURAL NETWORK TREES

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    Xu Qinzhen; Yang Luxi; Zhao Qiangfu; He Zhenya

    2006-01-01

    Several data mining techniques such as Hidden Markov Model (HMM), artificial neural network,statistical techniques and expert systems are used to model network packets in the field of intrusion detection.In this paper a novel intrusion detection mode based on understandable Neural Network Tree (NNTree) is presented. NNTree is a modular neural network with the overall structure being a Decision Tree (DT), and each non-terminal node being an Expert Neural Network (ENN). One crucial advantage of using NNTrees is that they keep the non-symbolic model ENN's capability of learning in changing environments. Another potential advantage of using NNTrees is that they are actually "gray boxes" as they can be interpreted easily ifthe number of inputs for each ENN is limited. We showed through experiments that the trained NNTree achieved a simple ENN at each non-terminal node as well as a satisfying recognition rate of the network packets dataset.We also compared the performance with that of a three-layer backpropagation neural network. Experimental results indicated that the NNTree based intrusion detection model achieved better performance than the neural network based intrusion detection model.

  5. Expert music performance: cognitive, neural, and developmental bases.

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    Brown, Rachel M; Zatorre, Robert J; Penhune, Virginia B

    2015-01-01

    In this chapter, we explore what happens in the brain of an expert musician during performance. Understanding expert music performance is interesting to cognitive neuroscientists not only because it tests the limits of human memory and movement, but also because studying expert musicianship can help us understand skilled human behavior in general. In this chapter, we outline important facets of our current understanding of the cognitive and neural basis for music performance, and developmental factors that may underlie musical ability. We address three main questions. (1) What is expert performance? (2) How do musicians achieve expert-level performance? (3) How does expert performance come about? We address the first question by describing musicians' ability to remember, plan, execute, and monitor their performances in order to perform music accurately and expressively. We address the second question by reviewing evidence for possible cognitive and neural mechanisms that may underlie or contribute to expert music performance, including the integration of sound and movement, feedforward and feedback motor control processes, expectancy, and imagery. We further discuss how neural circuits in auditory, motor, parietal, subcortical, and frontal cortex all contribute to different facets of musical expertise. Finally, we address the third question by reviewing evidence for the heritability of musical expertise and for how expertise develops through training and practice. We end by discussing outlooks for future work. PMID:25725910

  6. Neural Network Based Lna Design for Mobile Satellite Receiver

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    Abhijeet Upadhya

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available Paper presents a Neural Network Modelling approach to microwave LNA design. To acknowledge the specifications of the amplifier, Mobile Satellite Systems are analyzed. Scattering parameters of the LNA in the frequency range 0.5 to 18 GHz are calculated using a Multilayer Perceptron Artificial Neural Network model and corresponding smith charts and polar charts are plotted as output to the model. From these plots, the microwave scattering parameter description of the LNA are obtained. Model is efficiently trained using Agilent ATF 331M4 InGaAs/InP Low Noise pHEMT amplifier datasheet and the neural model’s output seem to follow the various device characteristic curves with high regression. Next, Maximum Allowable Gain and Noise figure of the device are modelled and plotted for the same frequency range. Finally, the optimized model is utilized as an interpolator and the resolution of the amplifying capability with noise characteristics are obtained for the L Band of MSS operation.

  7. On the statistical mechanics of the 2D stochastic Euler equation

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    The dynamics of vortices and large scale structures is qualitatively very different in two dimensional flows compared to its three dimensional counterparts, due to the presence of multiple integrals of motion. These are believed to be responsible for a variety of phenomena observed in Euler flow such as the formation of large scale coherent structures, the existence of meta-stable states and random abrupt changes in the topology of the flow. In this paper we study stochastic dynamics of the finite dimensional approximation of the 2D Euler flow based on Lie algebra su(N) which preserves all integrals of motion. In particular, we exploit rich algebraic structure responsible for the existence of Euler's conservation laws to calculate the invariant measures and explore their properties and also study the approach to equilibrium. Unexpectedly, we find deep connections between equilibrium measures of finite dimensional su(N) truncations of the stochastic Euler equations and random matrix models. Our work can be regarded as a preparation for addressing the questions of large scale structures, meta-stability and the dynamics of random transitions between different flow topologies in stochastic 2D Euler flows.

  8. Employing Neocognitron Neural Network Base Ensemble Classifiers To Enhance Efficiency Of Classification In Handwritten Digit Datasets

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    Neera Saxena

    2011-07-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents an ensemble of neo-cognitron neural network base classifiers to enhance the accuracy of the system, along the experimental results. The method offers lesser computational preprocessing in comparison to other ensemble techniques as it ex-preempts feature extraction process before feeding the data into base classifiers. This is achieved by the basic nature of neo-cognitron, it is a multilayer feed-forward neural network. Ensemble of such base classifiers gives class labels for each pattern that in turn is combined to give the final class label for that pattern. The purpose of this paper is not only to exemplify learning behaviour of neo-cognitron as base classifiers, but also to purport better fashion to combine neural network based ensemble classifiers.

  9. Neural-net based real-time economic dispatch for thermal power plants

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    Djukanovic, M.; Milosevic, B. [Inst. Nikola Tesla, Belgrade (Yugoslavia). Dept. of Power Systems; Calovic, M. [Univ. of Belgrade (Yugoslavia). Dept. of Electrical Engineering; Sobajic, D.J. [Electric Power Research Inst., Palo Alto, CA (United States)

    1996-12-01

    This paper proposes the application of artificial neural networks to real-time optimal generation dispatch of thermal units. The approach can take into account the operational requirements and network losses. The proposed economic dispatch uses an artificial neural network (ANN) for generation of penalty factors, depending on the input generator powers and identified system load change. Then, a few additional iterations are performed within an iterative computation procedure for the solution of coordination equations, by using reference-bus penalty-factors derived from the Newton-Raphson load flow. A coordination technique for environmental and economic dispatch of pure thermal systems, based on the neural-net theory for simplified solution algorithms and improved man-machine interface is introduced. Numerical results on two test examples show that the proposed algorithm can efficiently and accurately develop optimal and feasible generator output trajectories, by applying neural-net forecasts of system load patterns.

  10. Dissolved oxygen prediction using a possibility theory based fuzzy neural network

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    Khan, Usman T.; Valeo, Caterina

    2016-06-01

    A new fuzzy neural network method to predict minimum dissolved oxygen (DO) concentration in a highly urbanised riverine environment (in Calgary, Canada) is proposed. The method uses abiotic factors (non-living, physical and chemical attributes) as inputs to the model, since the physical mechanisms governing DO in the river are largely unknown. A new two-step method to construct fuzzy numbers using observations is proposed. Then an existing fuzzy neural network is modified to account for fuzzy number inputs and also uses possibility theory based intervals to train the network. Results demonstrate that the method is particularly well suited to predicting low DO events in the Bow River. Model performance is compared with a fuzzy neural network with crisp inputs, as well as with a traditional neural network. Model output and a defuzzification technique are used to estimate the risk of low DO so that water resource managers can implement strategies to prevent the occurrence of low DO.

  11. Containment control of networked autonomous underwater vehicles: A predictor-based neural DSC design.

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    Peng, Zhouhua; Wang, Dan; Wang, Wei; Liu, Lu

    2015-11-01

    This paper investigates the containment control problem of networked autonomous underwater vehicles in the presence of model uncertainty and unknown ocean disturbances. A predictor-based neural dynamic surface control design method is presented to develop the distributed adaptive containment controllers, under which the trajectories of follower vehicles nearly converge to the dynamic convex hull spanned by multiple reference trajectories over a directed network. Prediction errors, rather than tracking errors, are used to update the neural adaptation laws, which are independent of the tracking error dynamics, resulting in two time-scales to govern the entire system. The stability property of the closed-loop network is established via Lyapunov analysis, and transient property is quantified in terms of L2 norms of the derivatives of neural weights, which are shown to be smaller than the classical neural dynamic surface control approach. Comparative studies are given to show the substantial improvements of the proposed new method. PMID:26506019

  12. Prediction Model of Weekly Retail Price for Eggs Based on Chaotic Neural Network

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    LI Zhe-min; CUI Li-guo; XU Shi-wei; WENG Ling-yun; DONG Xiao-xia; LI Gan-qiong; YU Hai-peng

    2013-01-01

    This paper establishes a short-term prediction model of weekly retail prices for eggs based on chaotic neural network with the weekly retail prices of eggs from January 2008 to December 2012 in China. In the process of determining the structure of the chaotic neural network, the number of input layer nodes of the network is calculated by reconstructing phase space and computing its saturated embedding dimension, and then the number of hidden layer nodes is estimated by trial and error. Finally, this model is applied to predict the retail prices of eggs and compared with ARIMA. The result shows that the chaotic neural network has better nonlinear iftting ability and higher precision in the prediction of weekly retail price of eggs. The empirical result also shows that the chaotic neural network can be widely used in the ifeld of short-term prediction of agricultural prices.

  13. A New Modeling Method Based on Genetic Neural Network for Numeral Eddy Current Sensor

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    Along Yu; Zheng Li

    2006-01-01

    In this paper, we present a method used to the numeral eddy current sensor modeling based on genetic neural network to settle its nonlinear problem. The principle and algorithms of genetic neural network are introduced. In this method,the nonlinear model parameters of the numeral eddy current sensor are optimized by genetic neural network (GNN) according to measurement data. So the method remains both the global searching ability of genetic algorithm and the good local searching ability of neural network. The nonlinear model has the advantages of strong robustness, on-line scaling and high precision. The maximum nonlinearity error can be reduced to 0.037% using GNN. However, the maximum nonlinearity error is 0.075% using least square method (LMS).

  14. Temperature modeling and control of Direct Methanol Fuel Cell based on adaptive neural fuzzy technology

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    Qi Zhidong; Zhu Xinjian; Cao Guangyi

    2006-01-01

    Aiming at on-line controlling of Direct Methanol Fuel Cell (DMFC) stack, an adaptive neural fuzzy inference technology is adopted in the modeling and control of DMFC temperature system. In the modeling process, an Adaptive Neural Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS) identification model of DMFC stack temperature is developed based on the input-output sampled data, which can avoid the internal complexity of DMFC stack. In the controlling process, with the network model trained well as the reference model of the DMFC control system, a novel fuzzy genetic algorithm is used to regulate the parameters and fuzzy rules of a neural fuzzy controller. In the simulation, compared with the nonlinear Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) and traditional fuzzy algorithm, the improved neural fuzzy controller designed in this paper gets better performance, as demonstrated by the simulation results.

  15. Convergence of Compressible Euler-Maxwell Equations to Compressible Euler-Poisson Equations

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    2007-01-01

    In this paper, the convergence of time-dependent Euler-Maxwell equations to compressible Euler-Poisson equations in a torus via the non-relativistic limit is studied.The local existence of smooth solutions to both systems is proved by using energy estimates for first order symmetrizable hyperbolic systems. For well prepared initial data the convergence of solutions is rigorously justified by an analysis of asymptotic expansions up to any order. The authors perform also an initial layer analysis for general initial data and prove the convergence of asymptotic expansions up to first order.

  16. The neural bases underlying social risk perception in purchase decisions.

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    Yokoyama, Ryoichi; Nozawa, Takayuki; Sugiura, Motoaki; Yomogida, Yukihito; Takeuchi, Hikaru; Akimoto, Yoritaka; Shibuya, Satoru; Kawashima, Ryuta

    2014-05-01

    Social considerations significantly influence daily purchase decisions, and the perception of social risk (i.e., the anticipated disapproval of others) is crucial in dissuading consumers from making purchases. However, the neural basis for consumers' perception of social risk remains undiscovered, and this novel study clarifies the relevant neural processes. A total of 26 volunteers were scanned while they evaluated purchase intention of products (purchase intention task) and their anticipation of others' disapproval for possessing a product (social risk task), using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). The fMRI data from the purchase intention task was used to identify the brain region associated with perception of social risk during purchase decision making by using subjective social risk ratings for a parametric modulation analysis. Furthermore, we aimed to explore if there was a difference between participants' purchase decisions and their explicit evaluations of social risk, with reference to the neural activity associated with social risk perception. For this, subjective social risk ratings were used for a parametric modulation analysis on fMRI data from the social risk task. Analysis of the purchase intention task revealed a significant positive correlation between ratings of social risk and activity in the anterior insula, an area of the brain that is known as part of the emotion-related network. Analysis of the social risk task revealed a significant positive correlation between ratings of social risk and activity in the temporal parietal junction and the medial prefrontal cortex, which are known as theory-of-mind regions. Our results suggest that the anterior insula processes consumers' social risk implicitly to prompt consumers not to buy socially unacceptable products, whereas ToM-related regions process such risk explicitly in considering the anticipated disapproval of others. These findings may prove helpful in understanding the mental

  17. Spaceflight Effects on Neurocognitive Performance: Extent, Longevity and Neural Bases

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    Seidler, R. D.; Mulavara, A. P.; Koppelmans, V.; Cassady, K.; Kofman, I. S.; De Dios, Y. E.; Szecsy, D. L.; Riascos-Castaneda, R. F.; Wood, S. J.; Bloomberg, J. J.

    2016-01-01

    We are conducting ongoing experiments in which we are performing structural and functional magnetic resonance brain imaging to identify the relationships between changes in neurocognitive function and neural structural alterations following a six month International Space Station mission and following 70 days exposure to a spaceflight analog, head down tilt bedrest. Our central hypothesis is that measures of brain structure, function, and network integrity will change from pre to post intervention (spaceflight, bedrest). Moreover, we predict that these changes will correlate with indices of cognitive, sensory, and motor function in a neuroanatomically selective fashion. Our interdisciplinary approach utilizes cutting edge neuroimaging techniques and a broad ranging battery of sensory, motor, and cognitive assessments that will be conducted pre flight, during flight, and post flight to investigate potential neuroplastic and maladaptive brain changes in crewmembers following long-duration spaceflight. Success in this endeavor would 1) result in identification of the underlying neural mechanisms and operational risks of spaceflight-induced changes in behavior, and 2) identify whether a return to normative behavioral function following re-adaptation to Earth's gravitational environment is associated with a restitution of brain structure and function or instead is supported by substitution with compensatory brain processes. Our preliminary findings document brain structural volumetric increases, primarily restricted to sensorimotor regions. Eventual comparison to our bed rest study results will enable us to parse out the multiple mechanisms contributing to any spaceflight-induced neural structural and behavioral changes that we observe as we accumulate more data. In this presentation I will discuss our progress to date with the flight study

  18. Standard Cell-Based Implementation of a Digital Optoelectronic Neural-Network Hardware

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    Maier, Klaus D.; Beckstein, Clemens; Blickhan, Reinhard; Erhard, Werner

    2001-03-01

    A standard cell-based implementation of a digital optoelectronic neural-network architecture is presented. The overall structure of the multilayer perceptron network that was used, the optoelectronic interconnection system between the layers, and all components required in each layer are defined. The design process from VHDL-based modeling from synthesis and partly automatic placing and routing to the final editing of one layer of the circuit of the multilayer perceptrons are described. A suitable approach for the standard cell-based design of optoelectronic systems is presented, and shortcomings of the design tool that was used are pointed out. The layout for the microelectronic circuit of one layer in a multilayer perceptron neural network with a performance potential 1 magnitude higher than neural networks that are purely electronic based has been successfully designed.

  19. Neural network based semi-active control strategy for structural vibration mitigation with magnetorheological damper

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    Bhowmik, Subrata

    2011-01-01

    This paper presents a neural network based semi-active control method for a rotary type magnetorheological (MR) damper. The characteristics of the MR damper are described by the classic Bouc-Wen model, and the performance of the proposed control method is evaluated in terms of a base exited shear......-displacement trajectories. The proposed neural network controller is therefore trained based on data derived from these desired forcedisplacement curves, where the optimal relation between friction force level and response amplitude is determined explicitly by simply maximizing the damping ratio of the targeted vibration...... mode of the structure. The neural network control is then developed to reproduce the desired force based on damper displacement and velocity as network input, and it is therefore referred to as an amplitude dependent model reference control method. An inverse model of the MR damper is needed to...

  20. A DATA MINING METHOD BASED ON CONSTRUCTIVE NEURAL NETWORKS

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    Wang Lunwen; Zhang Ling

    2007-01-01

    In this letter, Constructive Neural Networks (CNN) is used in large-scale data mining. By introducing the principle and characteristics of CNN and pointing out its deficiencies, fuzzy theory is adopted to improve the covering algorithms. The threshold of covering algorithms is redefined. "Extended area" for test samples is built. The inference of the outlier is eliminated. Furthermore, "Sphere Neighborhood (SN)" are constructed. The membership functions of test samples are given and all of the test samples are determined accordingly. The method is used to mine large wireless monitor data (about 3 × 107 data points), and knowledge is found effectively.

  1. Neural Network Based Boolean Factor Analysis of Parliament Voting

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    Frolov, A. A.; Polyakov, P.Y.; Húsek, Dušan; Řezanková, H.

    Heidelberg : Springer, 2006 - (Rizzi, A.; Vichi, M.), s. 861-868 ISBN 3-7908-1708-2. [COMPSTAT 2006. Symposium /17./. Rome (IN), 28.08.2006-01.09.2006] R&D Projects: GA AV ČR 1ET100300419; GA ČR GA201/05/0079 Grant ostatní: RFBR(RU) 05-07-90049 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z10300504 Keywords : Boolean factor analysis * neural networks * social networks Subject RIV: BB - Applied Statistics, Operational Research

  2. Hardware Prototyping of Neural Network based Fetal Electrocardiogram Extraction

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    Hasan, M. A.; Reaz, M. B. I.

    2012-01-01

    The aim of this paper is to model the algorithm for Fetal ECG (FECG) extraction from composite abdominal ECG (AECG) using VHDL (Very High Speed Integrated Circuit Hardware Description Language) for FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) implementation. Artificial Neural Network that provides efficient and effective ways of separating FECG signal from composite AECG signal has been designed. The proposed method gives an accuracy of 93.7% for R-peak detection in FHR monitoring. The designed VHDL model is synthesized and fitted into Altera's Stratix II EP2S15F484C3 using the Quartus II version 8.0 Web Edition for FPGA implementation.

  3. Wavelet Neural Network Based Traffic Prediction for Next Generation Network

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    Zhao Qigang; Li Qunzhan; He Zhengyou

    2005-01-01

    By using netflow traffic collecting technology, some traffic data for analysis are collected from a next generation network (NGN) operator. To build a wavelet basis neural network (NN), the Sigmoid function is replaced with the wavelet in NN. Then the wavelet multiresolution analysis method is used to decompose the traffic signal, and the decomposed component sequences are employed to train the NN. By using the methods, an NGN traffic prediction model is built to predict one day's traffic. The experimental results show that the traffic prediction method of wavelet NN is more accurate than that without using wavelet in the NGN traffic forecasting.

  4. Human -Computer Interface using Gestures based on Neural Network

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    Aarti Malik

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available - Gestures are powerful tools for non-verbal communication. Human computer interface (HCI is a growing field which reduces the complexity of interaction between human and machine in which gestures are used for conveying information or controlling the machine. In the present paper, static hand gestures are utilized for this purpose. The paper presents a novel technique of recognizing hand gestures i.e. A-Z alphabets, 0-9 numbers and 6 additional control signals (for keyboard and mouse control by extracting various features of hand ,creating a feature vector table and training a neural network. The proposed work has a recognition rate of 99%. .

  5. Product Assembly Cost Estimation Based on Artificial Neural Networks

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    2001-01-01

    This paper proposes a method for assembly cost estimation in actual manufacture during the design phase using artificial neural networks (ANN). It can support the de signers in cost effectiveness, then help to control the total cost. The method was used in the assembly cost estimation of the crucial parts of some railway stock products. As a compari son, we use the linear regression (LR) model in the same field. The result shows that ANN model performs better than the LR model in assembly cost estimation.

  6. Las bases neurales y los qualia de la conciencia

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    Fernando Maureira; Daniel Serey

    2011-01-01

    Desde el punto de vista científico, el estudio de la conciencia es un fenómeno relativamente nuevo. Esta área de investigación debe seguir tres pasos relacionados con: descubrir los eventos neurales que generan la conciencia, comprobar la correlación entre ambos y desarrollar una teoría. La biología actual aún se encuentra en el primer paso, destacando los aportes de investigadores como Crick, Koch, Edelman, Tonini, Bartels, Zeki, Thompson, Varela, Llinás, etc. Sin embargo, el problema más co...

  7. Symmetries of the Euler compressible flow equations for general equation of state

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    Boyd, Zachary M. [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States); Ramsey, Scott D. [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States); Baty, Roy S. [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States)

    2015-10-15

    The Euler compressible flow equations exhibit different Lie symmetries depending on the equation of state (EOS) of the medium in which the flow occurs. This means that, in general, different types of similarity solution will be available in different flow media. We present a comprehensive classification of all EOS’s to which the Euler equations apply, based on the Lie symmetries admitted by the corresponding flow equations, restricting to the case of 1-D planar, cylindrical, or spherical geometry. The results are conveniently summarized in tables. This analysis also clarifies past work by Axford and Ovsiannikov on symmetry classification.

  8. Asymptotic-Preserving scheme for a two-fluid Euler-Lorentz model

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    Deluzet Fabrice; Degond Pierre; Brull Stéphane; Mouton Alexandre

    2011-01-01

    The present work is devoted to the simulation of a strongly magnetized plasma as a mixture of an ion fluid and an electron fluid. For simplicity reasons, we assume that each fluid is isothermal and is modelized by Euler equations coupled with a term representing the Lorentz force, and we assume that both Euler systems are coupled through a quasi-neutrality constraint of the form ni = ne. The numerical method which is described in the present document is based on an asymptotic-preservin...

  9. Asymptotic-Preserving scheme for a bi-fluid Euler-Lorentz model

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    Brull, Stéphane; Degond, Pierre; Deluzet, Fabrice; Mouton, Alexandre

    2011-01-01

    The present work is devoted to the simulation of a strongly magnetized plasma considered as a mixture of an ion fluid and an electron fluid. For the sake of simplicity, we assume that the model is isothermal and described by Euler equations coupled with a term representing the Lorentz force. Moreover we assume that both Euler systems are coupled through a quasi-neutrality constraint. The numerical method which is described in the present document is based on an Asymptotic-Preserving semi-disc...

  10. Numerical approximation of the Euler-Poisson-Boltzmann model in the quasineutral limit

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    Degond, Pierre; Savelief, Dominique; Vignal, Marie-Hélène

    2010-01-01

    This paper analyzes various schemes for the Euler-Poisson-Boltzmann (EPB) model of plasma physics. This model consists of the pressureless gas dynamics equations coupled with the Poisson equation and where the Boltzmann relation relates the potential to the electron density. If the quasi-neutral assumption is made, the Poisson equation is replaced by the constraint of zero local charge and the model reduces to the Isothermal Compressible Euler (ICE) model. We compare a numerical strategy based on the EPB model to a strategy using a reformulation (called REPB formulation). The REPB scheme captures the quasi-neutral limit more accurately.

  11. High resolution numerical simulation of the linearized Euler equations in conservation law form

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    Sreenivas, Kidambi; Whitfield, David L.; Huff, Dennis L.

    1993-01-01

    A linearized Euler solver based on a high resolution numerical scheme is presented. The approach is to linearize the flux vector as opposed to carrying through the complete linearization analysis with the dependent variable vector written as a sum of the mean and the perturbed flow. This allows the linearized equations to be maintained in conservation law form. The linearized equations are used to compute unsteady flows in turbomachinery blade rows arising due to blade vibrations. Numerical solutions are compared to theoretical results (where available) and to numerical solutions of the nonlinear Euler equations.

  12. A neutron spectrum unfolding computer code based on artificial neural networks

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    The Bonner Spheres Spectrometer consists of a thermal neutron sensor placed at the center of a number of moderating polyethylene spheres of different diameters. From the measured readings, information can be derived about the spectrum of the neutron field where measurements were made. Disadvantages of the Bonner system are the weight associated with each sphere and the need to sequentially irradiate the spheres, requiring long exposure periods. Provided a well-established response matrix and adequate irradiation conditions, the most delicate part of neutron spectrometry, is the unfolding process. The derivation of the spectral information is not simple because the unknown is not given directly as a result of the measurements. The drawbacks associated with traditional unfolding procedures have motivated the need of complementary approaches. Novel methods based on Artificial Intelligence, mainly Artificial Neural Networks, have been widely investigated. In this work, a neutron spectrum unfolding code based on neural nets technology is presented. This code is called Neutron Spectrometry and Dosimetry with Artificial Neural networks unfolding code that was designed in a graphical interface. The core of the code is an embedded neural network architecture previously optimized using the robust design of artificial neural networks methodology. The main features of the code are: easy to use, friendly and intuitive to the user. This code was designed for a Bonner Sphere System based on a 6LiI(Eu) neutron detector and a response matrix expressed in 60 energy bins taken from an International Atomic Energy Agency compilation. The main feature of the code is that as entrance data, for unfolding the neutron spectrum, only seven rate counts measured with seven Bonner spheres are required; simultaneously the code calculates 15 dosimetric quantities as well as the total flux for radiation protection purposes. This code generates a full report with all information of the unfolding in

  13. Incompressible limit of solutions of multidimensional steady compressible Euler equations

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    Chen, Gui-Qiang G.; Huang, Feimin; Wang, Tian-Yi; Xiang, Wei

    2016-06-01

    A compactness framework is formulated for the incompressible limit of approximate solutions with weak uniform bounds with respect to the adiabatic exponent for the steady Euler equations for compressible fluids in any dimension. One of our main observations is that the compactness can be achieved by using only natural weak estimates for the mass conservation and the vorticity. Another observation is that the incompressibility of the limit for the homentropic Euler flow is directly from the continuity equation, while the incompressibility of the limit for the full Euler flow is from a combination of all the Euler equations. As direct applications of the compactness framework, we establish two incompressible limit theorems for multidimensional steady Euler flows through infinitely long nozzles, which lead to two new existence theorems for the corresponding problems for multidimensional steady incompressible Euler equations.

  14. On the Dynamics of Navier-Stokes and Euler Equations

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    Lan, Yueheng; Li, Y. Charles

    2006-01-01

    This is a rather comprehensive study on the dynamics of Navier-Stokes and Euler equations via a combination of analysis and numerics. We focus upon two main aspects: (a). zero viscosity limit of the spectra of linear Navier-Stokes operator, (b). heteroclinics conjecture for Euler equation, its numerical verification, Melnikov integral, and simulation and control of chaos. Besides Navier-Stokes and Euler equations, we also study two models of them.

  15. Euler European Libraries and Electronic Resources in Mathematical Sciences

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    The Euler Project. Karlsruhe

    The European Libraries and Electronic Resources (EULER) Project in Mathematical Sciences provides the EulerService site for searching out "mathematical resources such as books, pre-prints, web-pages, abstracts, proceedings, serials, technical reports preprints) and NetLab (for Internet resources), this outstanding engine is capable of simple, full, and refined searches. It also offers a browse option, which responds to entries in the author, keyword, and title fields. Further information about the Project is provided at the EULER homepage.

  16. Neural network based daily precipitation generator (NNGEN-P)

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    Boulanger, Jean-Philippe [LODYC, UMR CNRS/IRD/UPMC, Paris (France); University of Buenos Aires, Departamento de Ciencias de la Atmosfera y los Oceanos, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Buenos Aires (Argentina); Martinez, Fernando; Segura, Enrique C. [University of Buenos Aires, Departamento de Computacion, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Buenos Aires (Argentina); Penalba, Olga [University of Buenos Aires, Departamento de Ciencias de la Atmosfera y los Oceanos, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Buenos Aires (Argentina)

    2007-02-15

    Daily weather generators are used in many applications and risk analyses. The present paper explores the potential of neural network architectures to design daily weather generator models. Focusing this first paper on precipitation, we design a collection of neural networks (multi-layer perceptrons in the present case), which are trained so as to approximate the empirical cumulative distribution (CDF) function for the occurrence of wet and dry spells and for the precipitation amounts. This approach contributes to correct some of the biases of the usual two-step weather generator models. As compared to a rainfall occurrence Markov model, NNGEN-P represents fairly well the mean and standard deviation of the number of wet days per month, and it significantly improves the simulation of the longest dry and wet periods. Then, we compared NNGEN-P to three parametric distribution functions usually applied to fit rainfall cumulative distribution functions (Gamma, Weibull and double-exponential). A data set of 19 Argentine stations was used. Also, data corresponding to stations in the United States, in Europe and in the Tropics were included to confirm the results. One of the advantages of NNGEN-P is that it is non-parametric. Unlike other parametric function, which adapt to certain types of climate regimes, NNGEN-P is fully adaptive to the observed cumulative distribution functions, which, on some occasions, may present complex shapes. On-going works will soon produce an extended version of NNGEN to temperature and radiation. (orig.)

  17. Automatic localization of vertebrae based on convolutional neural networks

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    Shen, Wei; Yang, Feng; Mu, Wei; Yang, Caiyun; Yang, Xin; Tian, Jie

    2015-03-01

    Localization of the vertebrae is of importance in many medical applications. For example, the vertebrae can serve as the landmarks in image registration. They can also provide a reference coordinate system to facilitate the localization of other organs in the chest. In this paper, we propose a new vertebrae localization method using convolutional neural networks (CNN). The main advantage of the proposed method is the removal of hand-crafted features. We construct two training sets to train two CNNs that share the same architecture. One is used to distinguish the vertebrae from other tissues in the chest, and the other is aimed at detecting the centers of the vertebrae. The architecture contains two convolutional layers, both of which are followed by a max-pooling layer. Then the output feature vector from the maxpooling layer is fed into a multilayer perceptron (MLP) classifier which has one hidden layer. Experiments were performed on ten chest CT images. We used leave-one-out strategy to train and test the proposed method. Quantitative comparison between the predict centers and ground truth shows that our convolutional neural networks can achieve promising localization accuracy without hand-crafted features.

  18. Using Artificial Neural Networks for Energy Regulation Based Variable-speed Electrohydraulic Drive

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    XU Ming; JIN Bo; YU Yaxin; SHEN Haikuo; LI Wei

    2010-01-01

    In the energy regulation based varibable-speed electrohydraulic drive system, the supply energy and the demanded energy, which will affect the control performance greatly, are crucial. However, they are hard to be obtained via conventional methods for some reasons. This paper tries to a new route: the definitive numerical values of the supply energy and the demanded energy are not required, except for their relationship which is called energy state. A three-layer back propagation(BP) neural network was built up to act as an energy analysis unit to deduce the energy state. The neural network has three inputs: the reference displacement, the actual displacement of cylinder rod and the system flowrate supply. The output of the neural network is energy state. A Chebyshev type II filter was designed to calculate the cylinder speed for the estimation of system flowrate supply. The training and testing samples of neural network were collected by the system accurate simulation model. After off-line training, the neural network was tested by the testing data. And the testing result demonstrates that the designed neural network was successful. Then, the neural network acts as the energy analysis unit in real-time experiments of cylinder position control, where it works efficiently under square-wave and sine-wave reference displacement. The experimental results validate its feasibility and adaptability. Only a position sensor and some pressure sensors, which are cheap and have quick dynamic response, are necessary for the system control. And the neural network plays the role of identifying the energy state.

  19. Hochschild homology and microlocal Euler classes

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    Kashiwara, Masaki

    2012-01-01

    We define the notion of a Hochschild kernel on a manifold M. Roughly speaking, it is a sheaf on M x M for which the formalism of Hochschild homology applies. We associate a microlocal Euler class to such a kernel, a cohomology class with values in the relative dualizing complex of the cotangent bundle over M and we prove that this class is functorial with respect to the composition of kernels. This generalizes, unifies and simplifies various results of (relative) index theorems for constructible sheaves, D-modules and elliptic pairs.

  20. Stochastic Euler-Poincaré reduction

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    We prove a Euler-Poincaré reduction theorem for stochastic processes taking values on a Lie group, which is a generalization of the reduction argument for the deterministic case [J. E. Marsden and T. S. Ratiu, Introduction to Mechanics and Symmetry: A Basic Exposition of Classical Mechanical Systems, Texts in Applied Mathematics (Springer, 2003)]. We also show examples of its application to SO(3) and to the group of diffeomorphisms, which includes the Navier-Stokes equation on a bounded domain and the Camassa-Holm equation

  1. Stochastic Euler-Poincaré reduction

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    Arnaudon, Marc, E-mail: marc.arnaudon@math.u-bordeaux1.fr [Institut de Mathématiques de Bordeaux (UMR 5251) Université Bordeaux 1 351, Cours de la Libération F33405 TALENCE Cedex (France); Chen, Xin, E-mail: chenxin-217@hotmail.com [Grupo de Física-Matemática Univ. Lisboa, Av.Prof. Gama Pinto 2 1649-003 Lisboa (Portugal); Cruzeiro, Ana Bela, E-mail: abcruz@math.ist.utl.pt [GFMUL and Dep. de Matemática Instituto Superior Técnico (UL), Av. Rovisco Pais 1049-001 Lisboa (Portugal)

    2014-08-15

    We prove a Euler-Poincaré reduction theorem for stochastic processes taking values on a Lie group, which is a generalization of the reduction argument for the deterministic case [J. E. Marsden and T. S. Ratiu, Introduction to Mechanics and Symmetry: A Basic Exposition of Classical Mechanical Systems, Texts in Applied Mathematics (Springer, 2003)]. We also show examples of its application to SO(3) and to the group of diffeomorphisms, which includes the Navier-Stokes equation on a bounded domain and the Camassa-Holm equation.

  2. Leonhard Euler's Wave Theory of Light

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    Pedersen, Kurt Møller

    2008-01-01

    wrong. Most of his mathematical arguments were, however, guesswork without any solid physical reasoning. Guesswork is not always a bad thing in physics if it leads to new experiments or makes the theory coherent with other theories. And Euler tried to find such experiments. He saw the construction of...... achromatic lenses, the explanation of colors of thin plates and of the opaque bodies as proof of his theory. When it came to the fundamental issues, the correctness of his dispersion law and the prediction of frequencies of light he was not at all successful. His wave theory degenerated, and it was not until...

  3. Euler angles as torsional flat spaces

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    Trejo-Mandujano, Hector A.

    In this work we use general tensor calculus to compare the geodesic equation of motion and Newton's first law for force-free classical systems that are described by an arbitrary number of generalized coordinates in spaces with and without torsion. We choose as objects of study the flat torsional Euler angle metric spaces for rigid rotators. We tested the equivalence of the two motion equations using computational software that allowed algebraic manipulation. The main result is that the equivalence only holds for torsion-free spaces, and for isotropic force-free rotators. We present analytical calculations for the isotropic case and computational results for the general case.

  4. Elevator Group-Control Policy Based on Neural Network Optimized by Genetic Algorithm

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    SHEN Hong; WAN Jianru; ZHANG Zhichao; LIU Yingpei; LI Guangye

    2009-01-01

    Aiming at the diversity and nonlinearity of the elevator system control target, an effective group method based on a hybrid algorithm of genetic algorithm and neural network is presented in this paper. The genetic algo-rithm is used to search the weight of the neural network. At the same time, the multi-objective-based evaluation function is adopted, in which there are three main indicators including the passenger waiting time, car passengers number and the number of stops. Different weights are given to meet the actual needs. The optimal values of the evaluation function are obtained, and the optimal dispatch control of the elevator group control system based on neural network is realized. By analyzing the running of the elevator group control system, all the processes and steps are presented. The validity of the hybrid algorithm is verified by the dynamic imitation performance.

  5. Stability and synchronization of memristor-based fractional-order delayed neural networks.

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    Chen, Liping; Wu, Ranchao; Cao, Jinde; Liu, Jia-Bao

    2015-11-01

    Global asymptotic stability and synchronization of a class of fractional-order memristor-based delayed neural networks are investigated. For such problems in integer-order systems, Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional is usually constructed, whereas similar method has not been well developed for fractional-order nonlinear delayed systems. By employing a comparison theorem for a class of fractional-order linear systems with time delay, sufficient condition for global asymptotic stability of fractional memristor-based delayed neural networks is derived. Then, based on linear error feedback control, the synchronization criterion for such neural networks is also presented. Numerical simulations are given to demonstrate the effectiveness of the theoretical results. PMID:26282374

  6. Stem Cell Bioprinting: Functional 3D Neural Mini-Tissues from Printed Gel-Based Bioink and Human Neural Stem Cells (Adv. Healthcare Mater. 12/2016).

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    Gu, Qi; Tomaskovic-Crook, Eva; Lozano, Rodrigo; Chen, Yu; Kapsa, Robert M; Zhou, Qi; Wallace, Gordon G; Crook, Jeremy M

    2016-06-01

    On page 1429 G. G. Wallace, J. M. Crook, and co-workers report the first example of fabricating neural tissue by 3D bioprinting human neural stem cells. A novel polysaccharide based bioink preserves stem cell viability and function within the printed construct, enabling self-renewal and differentiation to neurons and supporting neuroglia. Neurons are predominantly GABAergic, establish networks, are spontaneously active, and show a bicuculline induced increased calcium response. PMID:27333401

  7. Improving the precision and speed of Euler angles computation from low-cost rotation sensor data.

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    Janota, Aleš; Šimák, Vojtech; Nemec, Dušan; Hrbček, Jozef

    2015-01-01

    This article compares three different algorithms used to compute Euler angles from data obtained by the angular rate sensor (e.g., MEMS gyroscope)-the algorithms based on a rotational matrix, on transforming angular velocity to time derivations of the Euler angles and on unit quaternion expressing rotation. Algorithms are compared by their computational efficiency and accuracy of Euler angles estimation. If attitude of the object is computed only from data obtained by the gyroscope, the quaternion-based algorithm seems to be most suitable (having similar accuracy as the matrix-based algorithm, but taking approx. 30% less clock cycles on the 8-bit microcomputer). Integration of the Euler angles' time derivations has a singularity, therefore is not accurate at full range of object's attitude. Since the error in every real gyroscope system tends to increase with time due to its offset and thermal drift, we also propose some measures based on compensation by additional sensors (a magnetic compass and accelerometer). Vector data of mentioned secondary sensors has to be transformed into the inertial frame of reference. While transformation of the vector by the matrix is slightly faster than doing the same by quaternion, the compensated sensor system utilizing a matrix-based algorithm can be approximately 10% faster than the system utilizing quaternions (depending on implementation and hardware). PMID:25806874

  8. Improving the Precision and Speed of Euler Angles Computation from Low-Cost Rotation Sensor Data

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    Aleš Janota

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available This article compares three different algorithms used to compute Euler angles from data obtained by the angular rate sensor (e.g., MEMS gyroscope—the algorithms based on a rotational matrix, on transforming angular velocity to time derivations of the Euler angles and on unit quaternion expressing rotation. Algorithms are compared by their computational efficiency and accuracy of Euler angles estimation. If attitude of the object is computed only from data obtained by the gyroscope, the quaternion-based algorithm seems to be most suitable (having similar accuracy as the matrix-based algorithm, but taking approx. 30% less clock cycles on the 8-bit microcomputer. Integration of the Euler angles’ time derivations has a singularity, therefore is not accurate at full range of object’s attitude. Since the error in every real gyroscope system tends to increase with time due to its offset and thermal drift, we also propose some measures based on compensation by additional sensors (a magnetic compass and accelerometer. Vector data of mentioned secondary sensors has to be transformed into the inertial frame of reference. While transformation of the vector by the matrix is slightly faster than doing the same by quaternion, the compensated sensor system utilizing a matrix-based algorithm can be approximately 10% faster than the system utilizing quaternions (depending on implementation and hardware.

  9. Reinforcement-Based Fuzzy Neural Network ontrol with Automatic Rule Generation

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    1999-01-01

    A reinforcemen-based fuzzy neural network control with automatic rule generation RBFNNC) is pro-posed. A set of optimized fuzzy control rules can be automatically generated through reinforcement learning based onthe state variables of object system. RBFNNC was applied to a cart-pole balancing system and simulation resultshows significant improvements on the rule generation.

  10. Forecasting crude oil price with an EMD-based neural network ensemble learning paradigm

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    In this study, an empirical mode decomposition (EMD) based neural network ensemble learning paradigm is proposed for world crude oil spot price forecasting. For this purpose, the original crude oil spot price series were first decomposed into a finite, and often small, number of intrinsic mode functions (IMFs). Then a three-layer feed-forward neural network (FNN) model was used to model each of the extracted IMFs, so that the tendencies of these IMFs could be accurately predicted. Finally, the prediction results of all IMFs are combined with an adaptive linear neural network (ALNN), to formulate an ensemble output for the original crude oil price series. For verification and testing, two main crude oil price series, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil spot price and Brent crude oil spot price, are used to test the effectiveness of the proposed EMD-based neural network ensemble learning methodology. Empirical results obtained demonstrate attractiveness of the proposed EMD-based neural network ensemble learning paradigm. (author)

  11. Neural Fuzzy Inference System-Based Weather Prediction Model and Its Precipitation Predicting Experiment

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    Jing Lu

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available We propose a weather prediction model in this article based on neural network and fuzzy inference system (NFIS-WPM, and then apply it to predict daily fuzzy precipitation given meteorological premises for testing. The model consists of two parts: the first part is the “fuzzy rule-based neural network”, which simulates sequential relations among fuzzy sets using artificial neural network; and the second part is the “neural fuzzy inference system”, which is based on the first part, but could learn new fuzzy rules from the previous ones according to the algorithm we proposed. NFIS-WPM (High Pro and NFIS-WPM (Ave are improved versions of this model. It is well known that the need for accurate weather prediction is apparent when considering the benefits. However, the excessive pursuit of accuracy in weather prediction makes some of the “accurate” prediction results meaningless and the numerical prediction model is often complex and time-consuming. By adapting this novel model to a precipitation prediction problem, we make the predicted outcomes of precipitation more accurate and the prediction methods simpler than by using the complex numerical forecasting model that would occupy large computation resources, be time-consuming and which has a low predictive accuracy rate. Accordingly, we achieve more accurate predictive precipitation results than by using traditional artificial neural networks that have low predictive accuracy.

  12. Self-Constrained Euler Deconvolution Using Potential Field Data of Different Altitudes

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    Zhou, Wenna; Nan, Zeyu; Li, Jiyan

    2016-06-01

    Euler deconvolution has been developed as almost the most common tool in potential field data semi-automatic interpretation. The structural index (SI) is a main determining factor of the quality of depth estimation. In this paper, we first present an improved Euler deconvolution method to eliminate the influence of SI using potential field data of different altitudes. The different altitudes data can be obtained by the upward continuation or can be directly obtained by the airborne measurement realization. Euler deconvolution at different altitudes of a certain range has very similar calculation equation. Therefore, the ratio of Euler equations of two different altitudes can be calculated to discard the SI. Thus, the depth and location of geologic source can be directly calculated using the improved Euler deconvolution without any prior information. Particularly, the noise influence can be decreased using the upward continuation of different altitudes. The new method is called self-constrained Euler deconvolution (SED). Subsequently, based on the SED algorithm, we deduce the full tensor gradient (FTG) calculation form of the new improved method. As we all know, using multi-components data of FTG have added advantages in data interpretation. The FTG form is composed by x-, y- and z-directional components. Due to the using more components, the FTG form can get more accurate results and more information in detail. The proposed modification method is tested using different synthetic models, and the satisfactory results are obtained. Finally, we applied the new approach to Bishop model magnetic data and real gravity data. All the results demonstrate that the new approach is utility tool to interpret the potential field and full tensor gradient data.

  13. Prediction of neurally mediated syncope based on heart rate and pulse arrival time

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    Eickholt, C.; Drexel, T.; Muehlsteff, J.; Ritz, A.; Siekiera, M.; Kirmanoglou, K; Shin, D.I.; Blazer, J.; Rassaf, T; Kelm, M; C. Meyer

    2012-01-01

    Prediction of neurally mediated syncope based on heart rate and pulse arrival time Christian Eickholt1, Thomas Drexel1, Jens Mühlsteff2,Anita Ritz1, Markus Siekiera1, Kiriakos Kirmanoglou1, Dong-In Shin1, Jan Balzer1, Tienush Rassaf1, Malte Kelm1, Christian Meyer1 Background: We previously presented a novel approach based on body-worn sensors to predict neurally mediated syncope (NMS). The aim of the present study was to prospectively validate this syncope warning system during head-up tilt t...

  14. Development of Novel Gas Brand Anti-Piracy System based on BP Neural Networks

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    Wang, L [School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Tongji University, Shanghai (China); Zhang, Y Y [Chinese-German School of Postgraduate Studies, Tongji University (China); Ding, L [Chinese-German School of Postgraduate Studies, Tongji University (China)

    2006-10-15

    The Wireless-net Close-loop gas brand anti-piracy system introduced in this paper is a new type of brand piracy technical product based on BP neural network. It is composed by gas brand piracy label possessing gas exhalation resource, ARM embedded gas-detector, GPRS wireless module and data base of merchandise information. First, the system obtains the information on the special label through gas sensor array ,then the attained signals are transferred into ARM Embedded board and identified by artificial neural network, and finally turns back the outcome of data collection and identification to the manufactures with the help of GPRS module.

  15. Development of Novel Gas Brand Anti-Piracy System based on BP Neural Networks

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    The Wireless-net Close-loop gas brand anti-piracy system introduced in this paper is a new type of brand piracy technical product based on BP neural network. It is composed by gas brand piracy label possessing gas exhalation resource, ARM embedded gas-detector, GPRS wireless module and data base of merchandise information. First, the system obtains the information on the special label through gas sensor array ,then the attained signals are transferred into ARM Embedded board and identified by artificial neural network, and finally turns back the outcome of data collection and identification to the manufactures with the help of GPRS module

  16. Finite-time synchronization of fractional-order memristor-based neural networks with time delays.

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    Velmurugan, G; Rakkiyappan, R; Cao, Jinde

    2016-01-01

    In this paper, we consider the problem of finite-time synchronization of a class of fractional-order memristor-based neural networks (FMNNs) with time delays and investigated it potentially. By using Laplace transform, the generalized Gronwall's inequality, Mittag-Leffler functions and linear feedback control technique, some new sufficient conditions are derived to ensure the finite-time synchronization of addressing FMNNs with fractional order α:1memristor-based neural networks. Finally, three numerical examples are presented to show the effectiveness of our proposed theoretical results. PMID:26547242

  17. Optimization of a neural network based direct inverse control for controlling a quadrotor unmanned aerial vehicle

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    Heryanto M Ary; Wahab Wahidin; Kusumoputro Benyamin

    2015-01-01

    UAVs are mostly used for surveillance, inspection and data acquisition. We have developed a Quadrotor UAV that is constructed based on a four motors with a lift-generating propeller at each motors. In this paper, we discuss the development of a quadrotor and its neural networks direct inverse control model using the actual flight data. To obtain a better performance of the control system of the UAV, we proposed an Optimized Direct Inverse controller based on re-training the neural networks wi...

  18. Artificial neural network based inverse design method for circular sliding slopes

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    丁德馨; 张志军

    2004-01-01

    Current design method for circular sliding slopes is not so reasonable that it often results in slope sliding. As a result, artificial neural network (ANN) is used to establish an artificial neural network based inverse design method for circular sliding slopes. A sample set containing 21 successful circular sliding slopes excavated in the past is used to train the network. A test sample of 3 successful circular sliding slopes excavated in the past is used to test the trained network. The test results show that the ANN based inverse design method is valid and can be applied to the design of circular sliding slopes.

  19. Application of Global Dynamic Reconfiguration in Artificial Neural Network System based on Field Programmable Gate Array

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    LI Wei; WANG Wei; MA Yi-mei; WANG Jin-hai

    2008-01-01

    Presented is a global dynamic reconfiguration design of an artificial neural network based on field programmable gate array(FPGA). Discussed are the dynamic reconfiguration principles and methods. Proposed is a global dynamic reconfiguration scheme using Xilinx FPGA and platform flash. Using the revision capabilities of Xilinx XCF32P platform flash, an artificial neural network based on Xilinx XC2V30P Virtex-Ⅱ can be reconfigured dynamically from back propagation(BP) learning algorithms to BP network testing algorithms. The experimental results indicate that the scheme is feasible, and that, using dynamic reconfiguration technology, FPGA resource utilization can be reduced remarkably.

  20. Las bases neurales y los qualia de la conciencia

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    Fernando Maureira

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Desde el punto de vista científico, el estudio de la conciencia es un fenómeno relativamente nuevo. Esta área de investigación debe seguir tres pasos relacionados con: descubrir los eventos neurales que generan la conciencia, comprobar la correlación entre ambos y desarrollar una teoría. La biología actual aún se encuentra en el primer paso, destacando los aportes de investigadores como Crick, Koch, Edelman, Tonini, Bartels, Zeki, Thompson, Varela, Llinás, etc. Sin embargo, el problema más complejo de la conciencia, el de la experiencia individual subjetiva, todavía sigue esperando una explicación convincente.

  1. Strawberry Maturity Neural Network Detectng System Based on Genetic Algorithm

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    Xu, Liming

    The quick and non-detective detection of agriculture product is one of the measures to increase the precision and productivity of harvesting and grading. Having analyzed H frequency of different maturities in different light intensities, the results show that H frequency for the same maturity has little influence in different light intensities; Under the same light intensity, three strawberry maturities are changing in order. After having confirmed the H frequency section to distinguish the different strawberry maturity, the triplelayer feed-forward neural network system to detect strawberry maturity was designed by using genetic algorithm. The test results show that the detecting precision ratio is 91.7%, it takes 160ms to distinguish one strawberry. Therefore, the online non-detective detecting the strawberry maturity could be realized.

  2. The neural bases of framing effects in social dilemmas

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    Macoveanu, Julian; Ramsøy, Thomas; Skov, Martin;

    Human behavior in social dilemmas is strongly framed by the social context, but the mechanisms underlying this framing effect remains poorly understood. To identify the behavioral and neural responses mediating framing of social interactions, subjects underwent functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging...... intraparietal cortex, and temporopolar cortex. Our findings provide the first insight into the mechanisms underlying framing of behavior in social dilemmas, indicating increased engagement of the hippocampus and neocortical areas involved in memory, social reasoning and mentalizing when subjects make decisions...... while playing a Prisoners Dilemma game. In separate neuroimaging sessions, the game was either framed as a cooperation game or a competition game. Social decisions where subjects were affected by the frame engaged the hippocampal formation, precuneus, dorsomedial prefrontal cortex and lateral temporal...

  3. The neural bases of framing effects in social dilemmas

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    Macoveanu, Julian; Ramsøy, Thomas; Skov, Martin;

    2016-01-01

    Human behavior in social dilemmas is strongly framed by the social context, but the mechanisms underlying this framing effect remain poorly understood. To identify the behavioral and neural responses mediating framing of social interactions, participants underwent functional MRI while playing a...... findings provide the first insight into the mechanisms underlying framing of behavior in social dilemmas, indicating increased engagement of the hippocampus and neocortical areas involved in memory, social reasoning, and mentalizing when participants make decisions that conform to the imposed social frame....... prisoner’s dilemma game. In separate neuroimaging sessions, the game was either framed as a cooperation game or a competition game. The framing of social decisions engaged the hippocampal formation, precuneus, dorsomedial prefrontal cortex, and lateral temporal gyrus. Among these regions, the engagement of...

  4. The Neural Bases of Framing Effects in Social Dilemmas

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    Macoveanu, Julian; Ramsøy, Thomas; Skov, Martin;

    2015-01-01

    Human behavior in social dilemmas is strongly framed by the social context, but the mechanisms underlying this framing effect remains poorly understood. To identify the behavioral and neural responses mediating framing of social interactions, subjects underwent functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging...... intraparietal cortex, and temporopolar cortex. Our findings provide the first insight into the mechanisms underlying framing of behavior in social dilemmas, indicating increased engagement of the hippocampus and neocortical areas involved in memory, social reasoning and mentalizing when subjects make decisions...... while playing a Prisoners Dilemma game. In separate neuroimaging sessions, the game was either framed as a cooperation game or a competition game. Social decisions where subjects were affected by the frame engaged the hippocampal formation, precuneus, dorsomedial prefrontal cortex and lateral temporal...

  5. Recurrent neural networks-based multivariable system PID predictive control

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    ZHANG Yan; WANG Fanzhen; SONG Ying; CHEN Zengqiang; YUAN Zhuzhi

    2007-01-01

    A nonlinear proportion integration differentiation (PID) controller is proposed on the basis of recurrent neural networks,due to the difficulty of tuning the parameters of conventional PID controller.In the control process of nonlinear multivariable system,a decoupling controller was constructed,which took advantage of multi-nonlinear PID controllers in parallel.With the idea of predictive control,two multivariable predictive control strategies were established.One strategy involved the use of the general minimum variance control function on the basis of recursive multi-step predictive method.The other involved the adoption of multistep predictive cost energy to train the weights of the decoupling controller.Simulation studies have shown the efficiency of these strategies.

  6. A NEW RECOGNITION TECHNIQUE NAMED SOMP BASED ON PALMPRINT USING NEURAL NETWORK BASED SELF ORGANIZING MAPS

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    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available The word biometrics refers to the use of physiological or biological characteristics of human to recognize and verify the identity of an individual. Palmprint has become a new class of human biometrics for passive identification with uniqueness and stability. This is considered to be reliable due to the lack of expressions and the lesser effect of aging. In this manuscript a new Palmprint based biometric system based on neural networks self organizing maps (SOM is presented. The method is named as SOMP. The paper shows that the proposed SOMP method improves the performance and robustness of recognition. The proposed method is applied to a variety of datasets and the results are shown.

  7. Using Euler-Lagrange Variational Principle to Obtain Flow Relations for Generalized Newtonian Fluids

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    Sochi, Taha

    2013-01-01

    Euler-Lagrange variational principle is used to obtain analytical and numerical flow relations in cylindrical tubes. The method is based on minimizing the total stress in the flow duct using the fluid constitutive relation between stress and rate of strain. Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluid models; which include power law, Bingham, Herschel-Bulkley, Carreau and Cross; are used for demonstration.

  8. Optimization with artificial neural network systems - A mapping principle and a comparison to gradient based methods

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    Leong, Harrison Monfook

    1988-01-01

    General formulae for mapping optimization problems into systems of ordinary differential equations associated with artificial neural networks are presented. A comparison is made to optimization using gradient-search methods. The performance measure is the settling time from an initial state to a target state. A simple analytical example illustrates a situation where dynamical systems representing artificial neural network methods would settle faster than those representing gradient-search. Settling time was investigated for a more complicated optimization problem using computer simulations. The problem was a simplified version of a problem in medical imaging: determining loci of cerebral activity from electromagnetic measurements at the scalp. The simulations showed that gradient based systems typically settled 50 to 100 times faster than systems based on current neural network optimization methods.

  9. Fuzzy wavelet plus a quantum neural network as a design base for power system stability enhancement.

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    Ganjefar, Soheil; Tofighi, Morteza; Karami, Hamidreza

    2015-11-01

    In this study, we introduce an indirect adaptive fuzzy wavelet neural controller (IAFWNC) as a power system stabilizer to damp inter-area modes of oscillations in a multi-machine power system. Quantum computing is an efficient method for improving the computational efficiency of neural networks, so we developed an identifier based on a quantum neural network (QNN) to train the IAFWNC in the proposed scheme. All of the controller parameters are tuned online based on the Lyapunov stability theory to guarantee the closed-loop stability. A two-machine, two-area power system equipped with a static synchronous series compensator as a series flexible ac transmission system was used to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed controller. The simulation and experimental results demonstrated that the proposed IAFWNC scheme can achieve favorable control performance. PMID:26363960

  10. D-FNN Based Modeling and BP Neural Network Decoupling Control of PVC Stripping Process

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    Shu-zhi Gao

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available PVC stripping process is a kind of complicated industrial process with characteristics of highly nonlinear and time varying. Aiming at the problem of establishing the accurate mathematics model due to the multivariable coupling and big time delay, the dynamic fuzzy neural network (D-FNN is adopted to establish the PVC stripping process model based on the actual process operation datum. Then, the PVC stripping process is decoupled by the distributed neural network decoupling module to obtain two single-input-single-output (SISO subsystems (slurry flow to top tower temperature and steam flow to bottom tower temperature. Finally, the PID controller based on BP neural networks is used to control the decoupled PVC stripper system. Simulation results show the effectiveness of the proposed integrated intelligent control method.

  11. Design of recurrent neural network power system stabilizer based on genetic algorithm

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    Chen, C.J.; Chen, C.T. [National Cheng Kung Univ., Tainan, Taiwan (China). Dept. of Engineering Science

    2008-07-01

    A new recurrent neural network power system stabilizer (RNNPSS) based on genetic algorithm (GA) was presented. It shows faster convergence than the linear quadratic regulator (LQR) stabilizer in a multi-machine power system, because the proposed GA based neural network was first trained off-line to determine the optimal values of the learning rates. Otherwise, the RNNPSS consists of just two layers. As such, the time consumption of the damping oscillations is lower than with conventional methods. In addition, the operating range of the RNNPSS is greater than that of the LQR and conventional three layer neural networks, since the RNNPSS can greatly reduce system complexity and effectively damp system oscillations. 9 refs., 7 figs.

  12. ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK BASED DISCRIMINATION OF MINELIKE OBJECTS IN INFRARED IMAGES

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    G.Suganthi

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available An artificial neural network (ANN model with a simple architecture containing a single hidden layer is presented to discriminate the landmine objects from the acquired infrared images. The proposed method consists of preprocessing, segmentation, feature extraction and ANN based classification. Texture features based on gray level co-occurrence matrix (GLCM are considered as inputs to the neural network classifier. The proposed method is tested on the infrared images acquired from two different soil types namely black cotton soil and Maharashtra sand. The ability of the back propagation neural network in discriminating the landmines from the clutters in the infrared images acquired from inhomogeneous soil is discussed. The results of the field experiments carried out at the outdoor land mine detection test facility, DRDO, Pune are presented. The results are encouraging.

  13. RRAM-based hardware implementations of artificial neural networks: progress update and challenges ahead

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    Prezioso, M.; Merrikh-Bayat, F.; Chakrabarti, B.; Strukov, D.

    2016-02-01

    Artificial neural networks have been receiving increasing attention due to their superior performance in many information processing tasks. Typically, scaling up the size of the network results in better performance and richer functionality. However, large neural networks are challenging to implement in software and customized hardware are generally required for their practical implementations. In this work, we will discuss our group's recent efforts on the development of such custom hardware circuits, based on hybrid CMOS/memristor circuits, in particular of CMOL variety. We will start by reviewing the basics of memristive devices and of CMOL circuits. We will then discuss our recent progress towards demonstration of hybrid circuits, focusing on the experimental and theoretical results for artificial neural networks based on crossbarintegrated metal oxide memristors. We will conclude presentation with the discussion of the remaining challenges and the most pressing research needs.

  14. Multi-AUV Hunting Algorithm Based on Bio-inspired Neural Network in Unknown Environments

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    Daqi Zhu

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available The multi-AUV hunting problem is one of the key issues in multi-robot system research. In order to hunt the target efficiently, a new hunting algorithm based on a bio-inspired neural network has been proposed in this paper. Firstly, the AUV’s working environment can be represented, based on the biological-inspired neural network model. There is one-to-one correspondence between each neuron in the neural network and the position of the grid map in the underwater environment. The activity values of biological neurons then guide the AUV’s sailing path and finally the target is surrounded by AUVs. In addition, a method called negotiation is used to solve the AUV’s allocation of hunting points. The simulation results show that the algorithm used in the paper can provide rapid and highly efficient path planning in the unknown environment with obstacles and non-obstacles.

  15. Nuclear reactors project optimization based on neural network and genetic algorithm

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    This work presents a prototype of a system for nuclear reactor core design optimization based on genetic algorithms and artificial neural networks. A neural network is modeled and trained in order to predict the flux and the neutron multiplication factor values based in the enrichment, network pitch and cladding thickness, with average error less than 2%. The values predicted by the neural network are used by a genetic algorithm in this heuristic search, guided by an objective function that rewards the high flux values and penalizes multiplication factors far from the required value. Associating the quick prediction - that may substitute the reactor physics calculation code - with the global optimization capacity of the genetic algorithm, it was obtained a quick and effective system for nuclear reactor core design optimization. (author). 11 refs., 8 figs., 3 tabs

  16. Evaluation of Beef Marbling Grade Based on Advanced Watershed Algorithm and Neural Network

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    Xiangyan Meng

    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available As to the problem of inaccurate in traditional grade method of beef marbling, a automatic grading system based on computer vision had been founded and was used to predict the beef quality grade of Chinese yellow cattle. Image processing was used to automatically evaluate the beef marbling grade. Segmentation methods used in rib-eye image of beef carcass was improved watershed algorithm. All grading indicators were obtained by image processing automatically. Four grading indicators, which characterize the size, number and distribution of marbling particles, were proposed for the inputs of neural network prediction model. The experimental results indicated that the image processing methods were effective. The grading system based on computer vision and neural network model can better predict the beef quality grading. The prediction accuracy of beef marbling grade was 86.84%. Algorithm proposed in this study proved the image processing and neural network modeling is an effective method for beef marbling grading.

  17. Battery-Free Love-Wave-Based Neural Probe and Its Wireless Characterizations

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    Jung, In Ki; Fu, Chen; Lee, Keekeun

    2013-06-01

    A wireless Love-wave-based neural probe that utilizes a one-port reflective delay line was developed for both reading and stimulating neurons in the brain. Poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) as a waveguide layer and gold (Au) electrodes were structured on the top of a 41° YX LiNbO3 piezoelectric substrate, following the parameters extracted from coupling-of-mode (COM) modeling. For a one-port reflective delay line, single-phase unidirectional transducers (SPUDTs) and three shorted grating reflectors were employed, which made possible the implementation of a wireless and battery-free neural probe. The fabricated Love-wave-based neural probes were wirelessly measured using two antennas with a 440 MHz central frequency and a network analyzer. Sharp reflection peaks with a high signal-to-noise ratio were observed from the reflection peaks. The probe was immersed in 0.9% saline solution while applying input DC voltages. Good linearity, high sensitivity, and reproducibility were observed depending on DC applied voltage, in the range from 0 to 500 mV. The sensitivity obtained from the DC firings (artificial neural firings) was ˜0.04 µs/VDC, indicating that this prototype probe is very promising for the wireless reading and stimulation of neural firings in in vivo animal testing.

  18. Monte Carlo Euler approximations of HJM term structure financial models

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    Björk, Thomas; Tempone, Raul; Zouraris, Georgios E

    2012-01-01

    We present Monte Carlo-Euler methods for a weak approximation problem related to the Heath-Jarrow-Morton (HJM) term structure model, based on \\Ito stochastic differential equations in infinite dimensional spaces, and prove strong and weak error convergence estimates. The weak error estimates are based on stochastic flows and discrete dual backward problems, and they can be used to identify different error contributions arising from time and maturity discretization as well as the classical statistical error due to finite sampling. Explicit formulas for efficient computation of sharp error approximation are included. Due to the structure of the HJM models considered here, the computational effort devoted to the error estimates is low compared to the work to compute Monte Carlo solutions to the HJM model. Numerical examples with known exact solution are included in order to show the behavior of the estimates.

  19. Monte Carlo Euler approximations of HJM term structure financial models

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    Björk, Tomas

    2012-11-22

    We present Monte Carlo-Euler methods for a weak approximation problem related to the Heath-Jarrow-Morton (HJM) term structure model, based on Itô stochastic differential equations in infinite dimensional spaces, and prove strong and weak error convergence estimates. The weak error estimates are based on stochastic flows and discrete dual backward problems, and they can be used to identify different error contributions arising from time and maturity discretization as well as the classical statistical error due to finite sampling. Explicit formulas for efficient computation of sharp error approximation are included. Due to the structure of the HJM models considered here, the computational effort devoted to the error estimates is low compared to the work to compute Monte Carlo solutions to the HJM model. Numerical examples with known exact solution are included in order to show the behavior of the estimates. © 2012 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.

  20. A Neuromorphic Event-Based Neural Recording System for Smart Brain-Machine-Interfaces.

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    Corradi, Federico; Indiveri, Giacomo

    2015-10-01

    Neural recording systems are a central component of Brain-Machince Interfaces (BMIs). In most of these systems the emphasis is on faithful reproduction and transmission of the recorded signal to remote systems for further processing or data analysis. Here we follow an alternative approach: we propose a neural recording system that can be directly interfaced locally to neuromorphic spiking neural processing circuits for compressing the large amounts of data recorded, carrying out signal processing and neural computation to extract relevant information, and transmitting only the low-bandwidth outcome of the processing to remote computing or actuating modules. The fabricated system includes a low-noise amplifier, a delta-modulator analog-to-digital converter, and a low-power band-pass filter. The bio-amplifier has a programmable gain of 45-54 dB, with a Root Mean Squared (RMS) input-referred noise level of 2.1 μV, and consumes 90 μW . The band-pass filter and delta-modulator circuits include asynchronous handshaking interface logic compatible with event-based communication protocols. We describe the properties of the neural recording circuits, validating them with experimental measurements, and present system-level application examples, by interfacing these circuits to a reconfigurable neuromorphic processor comprising an array of spiking neurons with plastic and dynamic synapses. The pool of neurons within the neuromorphic processor was configured to implement a recurrent neural network, and to process the events generated by the neural recording system in order to carry out pattern recognition. PMID:26513801

  1. Real-time computing without stable states: a new framework for neural computation based on perturbations.

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    Maass, Wolfgang; Natschläger, Thomas; Markram, Henry

    2002-11-01

    A key challenge for neural modeling is to explain how a continuous stream of multimodal input from a rapidly changing environment can be processed by stereotypical recurrent circuits of integrate-and-fire neurons in real time. We propose a new computational model for real-time computing on time-varying input that provides an alternative to paradigms based on Turing machines or attractor neural networks. It does not require a task-dependent construction of neural circuits. Instead, it is based on principles of high-dimensional dynamical systems in combination with statistical learning theory and can be implemented on generic evolved or found recurrent circuitry. It is shown that the inherent transient dynamics of the high-dimensional dynamical system formed by a sufficiently large and heterogeneous neural circuit may serve as universal analog fading memory. Readout neurons can learn to extract in real time from the current state of such recurrent neural circuit information about current and past inputs that may be needed for diverse tasks. Stable internal states are not required for giving a stable output, since transient internal states can be transformed by readout neurons into stable target outputs due to the high dimensionality of the dynamical system. Our approach is based on a rigorous computational model, the liquid state machine, that, unlike Turing machines, does not require sequential transitions between well-defined discrete internal states. It is supported, as the Turing machine is, by rigorous mathematical results that predict universal computational power under idealized conditions, but for the biologically more realistic scenario of real-time processing of time-varying inputs. Our approach provides new perspectives for the interpretation of neural coding, the design of experiments and data analysis in neurophysiology, and the solution of problems in robotics and neurotechnology. PMID:12433288

  2. Euler-Lagrange Forms and Cohomology Groups on Jet Bundles

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    CHEN Jing-Bo

    2005-01-01

    @@ Using the language of jet bundles, we generalize the definitions of Euler-Lagrange one-form and the associated cohomology which were introduced by Guo et al. [Commun. Theor. Phys. 37(2002)1]. Continuous and discreteLagrange mechanics and field theory are presented. Higher order Euler-Lagrange cohomology groups are also introduced.

  3. Heisenberg-Euler Effective Lagrangians : Basics and Extensions

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    Dunne, Gerald V.

    2004-01-01

    I present a pedagogical review of Heisenberg-Euler effective Lagrangians, beginning with the original work of Heisenberg and Euler, and Weisskopf, for the one loop effective action of quantum electrodynamics in a constant electromagnetic background field, and then summarizing some of the important applications and generalizations to inhomogeneous background fields, nonabelian backgrounds, and higher loop effective Lagrangians.

  4. Leonhard Euler and his contributions to fluid mechanics

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    Salas, M. D.

    1988-01-01

    The career of Leonhard Euler, one of the world's most gifted scientists, is reviewed. The paper focuses on Euler's contributions to fluid mechanics and gives a perspective of how this science was born. A bibliography is included to provide the history enthusiast with a starting point for further study.

  5. On -Euler Numbers Related to the Modified -Bernstein Polynomials

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    Min-Soo Kim; Daeyeoul Kim; Taekyun Kim

    2010-01-01

    We consider q-Euler numbers, polynomials, and q-Stirling numbers of first and second kinds. Finally, we investigate some interesting properties of the modified q-Bernstein polynomials related to q-Euler numbers and q-Stirling numbers by using fermionic p-adic integrals on ℤp.

  6. Theory and applications of the problem of Euler elastica

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    The paper is devoted to the theory of extremal problems on Euler elastica. The Riccati equation method is used to study sufficient optimality conditions for the associated problem of minimization of the energy of a physical pendulum. Numerous applications are described for the problem of Euler elastica, and its connections with the theory of completely integrable Hamiltonian systems are discussed. Bibliography: 10 titles.

  7. Neural Network Based Augmented Reality for Detection of Brain Tumor

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    P.Mithun

    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available The development in technology opened the door of fiction and reached reality. Major medical applications deals on robot-assisted surgery and image guided surgery. Because of this, substantial research is going on to implement Augmented Reality (AR in instruments which incorporate the surgeon’s intuitive capabilities. Augmented reality is the grouping of virtual entity or 3D stuffs which are overlapped on live camera feed information. The decisive aim of augmented reality is to enhancing the virtual video and a 3D object onto a real world on which it will raise the person’s conceptual understanding of the subject. In this paper we described a solution for initial prediction of tumour cells in MRI images of human brain using image processing technique the output of which will be the 3D slicedimage of the human brain. The sliced image is then virtually embedded on the top of human head during the time of surgery so that the surgeon can exactly locate the spot to be operated. Before augmenting the 3D sliced image Artificial neural network is used to select the appropriate image that contains tumor automatically in order to make the system more efficient.

  8. Nonlinear modeling of PEMFC based on neural networks identification

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    SUN Tao; CAO Guang-yi; ZHU Xin-jian

    2005-01-01

    The proton exchange membrane generation technology is highly efficient and clean, and is considered as the most hopeful "green" power technology. The operating principles of proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) system involve thermodynamics, electrochemistry, hydrodynamics and mass transfer theory, which comprise a complex nonlinear system, for which it is difficult to establish a mathematical model. This paper first simply analyzes the necessity of the PEMFC generation technology, then introduces the generating principle from four aspects: electrode, single cell, stack, system; and then uses the approach and self-study ability of artificial neural network to build the model of nonlinear system, and adapts the Levenberg-Marquardt BP (LMBP) to build the electric characteristic model of PEMFC. The model uses experimental data as training specimens, on the condition the system is provided enough hydrogen. Considering the flow velocity of air (or oxygen) and the cell operational temperature as inputs, the cell voltage and current density as the outputs and establishing the electric characteristic model of PEMFC according to the different cell temperatures. The voltage-current output curves of model has some guidance effect for improving the cell performance, and provide basic data for optimizing cell performance that have practical significance.

  9. A neural network based reputation bootstrapping approach for service selection

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    Wu, Quanwang; Zhu, Qingsheng; Li, Peng

    2015-10-01

    With the concept of service-oriented computing becoming widely accepted in enterprise application integration, more and more computing resources are encapsulated as services and published online. Reputation mechanism has been studied to establish trust on prior unknown services. One of the limitations of current reputation mechanisms is that they cannot assess the reputation of newly deployed services as no record of their previous behaviours exists. Most of the current bootstrapping approaches merely assign default reputation values to newcomers. However, by this kind of methods, either newcomers or existing services will be favoured. In this paper, we present a novel reputation bootstrapping approach, where correlations between features and performance of existing services are learned through an artificial neural network (ANN) and they are then generalised to establish a tentative reputation when evaluating new and unknown services. Reputations of services published previously by the same provider are also incorporated for reputation bootstrapping if available. The proposed reputation bootstrapping approach is seamlessly embedded into an existing reputation model and implemented in the extended service-oriented architecture. Empirical studies of the proposed approach are shown at last.

  10. Selected Flight Test Results for Online Learning Neural Network-Based Flight Control System

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    Williams-Hayes, Peggy S.

    2004-01-01

    The NASA F-15 Intelligent Flight Control System project team developed a series of flight control concepts designed to demonstrate neural network-based adaptive controller benefits, with the objective to develop and flight-test control systems using neural network technology to optimize aircraft performance under nominal conditions and stabilize the aircraft under failure conditions. This report presents flight-test results for an adaptive controller using stability and control derivative values from an online learning neural network. A dynamic cell structure neural network is used in conjunction with a real-time parameter identification algorithm to estimate aerodynamic stability and control derivative increments to baseline aerodynamic derivatives in flight. This open-loop flight test set was performed in preparation for a future phase in which the learning neural network and parameter identification algorithm output would provide the flight controller with aerodynamic stability and control derivative updates in near real time. Two flight maneuvers are analyzed - pitch frequency sweep and automated flight-test maneuver designed to optimally excite the parameter identification algorithm in all axes. Frequency responses generated from flight data are compared to those obtained from nonlinear simulation runs. Flight data examination shows that addition of flight-identified aerodynamic derivative increments into the simulation improved aircraft pitch handling qualities.

  11. Predicting coal ash fusion temperature based on its chemical composition using ACO-BP neural network

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    Coal ash fusion temperature is important to boiler designers and operators of power plants. Fusion temperature is determined by the chemical composition of coal ash, however, their relationships are not precisely known. A novel neural network, ACO-BP neural network, is used to model coal ash fusion temperature based on its chemical composition. Ant colony optimization (ACO) is an ecological system algorithm, which draws its inspiration from the foraging behavior of real ants. A three-layer network is designed with 10 hidden nodes. The oxide contents consist of the inputs of the network and the fusion temperature is the output. Data on 80 typical Chinese coal ash samples were used for training and testing. Results show that ACO-BP neural network can obtain better performance compared with empirical formulas and BP neural network. The well-trained neural network can be used as a useful tool to predict coal ash fusion temperature according to the oxide contents of the coal ash

  12. Parallel Neural Network-Based Motion Controller for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles

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    GAN Yong; WANG Li-rong; WAN Lei; XU Yu-ru

    2005-01-01

    A parallel neural network-based controller (PNNC) is presented for the motion control of underwater vehicles in this paper. It consists of a real-time part, a self-learning part and a desired-state programmer, and it is different from normal adaptive neural network controller in structure. Owing to the introduction of the self-learning part, on-line learning can be performed without sample data in several sample periods, resulting in high learning speed of the controller and good control performance. The desired-state programmer is utilized to obtain better learning samples of the neural network to keep the stability of the controller. The developed controller is applied to the 4-degree of freedom control of the AUV "IUV-IV" and is successful on the simulation platform. The control performance is also compared with that of neural network controller with different structures such as normal adaptive neural network and different learning methods. Current effects and surge velocity control are also included to demonstrate the controller's performance. It is shown that the PNNC has a great possibility to solve the problems in the control system design of underwater vehicles.

  13. A new paradigm for particle tracking velocimetry, based on graph-theory and pulsed neural network

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    The Particle Tracking Velocimetry (PTV) technique works by recording, at different instances in time, positions of small tracers particles following a flow and illuminated by a sheet, or pseudo sheet, of light. It aims to recognize each particle trajectory, constituted of n different spots and determine thus each particle velocity vector. In this paper, we devise a new method, taking into account a global consistency of the trajectories to be extracted, in terms of visual perception and physical properties. It is based on a graph-theoretic formulation of the particle tracking problem and the use of an original neural network, called pulsed neural network. (authors). 4 figs

  14. Multi-Objective Optimization and Analysis Model of Sintering Process Based on BP Neural Network

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    ZHANG Jun-hong; XIE An-guo; SHEN Feng-man

    2007-01-01

    A multi-objective optimization and analysis model of the sintering process based on BP neural network is presented. Genetic algorithms are combined to simplify the BP neural network, which can reduce the learning time and increase the forecasting accuracy of the network model. This model has been experimented in the sintering process, and the production cost, the energy consumption, the quality (revolving intensity), and the output are considered at the same time. Moreover, the relation between some factors and the multi-objectives has been analyzed, and the results are consistent with the process. Different objectives are emphasized at different practical periods, and this can provide a theoretical basis for the manager.

  15. A Study of Maneuvering Control for an Air Cushion Vehicle Based on Back Propagation Neural Network

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    LU Jun; HUANG Guo-liang; LI Shu-zhi

    2009-01-01

    A back propagation (BP) neural network mathematical model was established to investigate the maneuvering control of an air cushion vehicle (ACV). The calculation was based on four-freedom-degree model experiments of hydrodynamics and aerodynamics. It is necessary for the ACV to control the velocity and the yaw rate as well as the velocity angle at the same time. The yaw rate and the velocity angle must be controlled correspondingly because of the whipping, which is a special characteristic for the ACV. The calculation results show that it is an efficient way for the ACV's maneuvering control by using a BP neural network to adjust PID parameters online.

  16. Neural network and genetic algorithm based global path planning in a static environment

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    DU Xin; CHEN Hua-hua; GU Wei-kang

    2005-01-01

    Mobile robot global path planning in a static environment is an important problem. The paper proposes a method of global path planning based on neural network and genetic algorithm. We constructed the neural network model of environmental information in the workspace for a robot and used this model to establish the relationship between a collision avoidance path and the output of the model. Then the two-dimensional coding for the path via-points was converted to one-dimensional one and the fitness of both the collision avoidance path and the shortest distance are integrated into a fitness function. The simulation results showed that the proposed method is correct and effective.

  17. Neural Network Based Feedback Linearization Control of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

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    Dan Necsulescu; Yi-Wu Jiang; Bumsoo Kim

    2007-01-01

    This paper presents a flight control design for an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) using a nonlinear autoregressive moving average (NARMA-L2) neural network based feedback linearization and output redefinition technique. The UAV investigated is nonminimum phase. The output redefinition technique is used in such a way that the resulting system to be inverted is a minimum phase system. The NARMA-L2 neural network is trained off-line for forward dynamics of the UAV model with redefined output and is then inverted to force the real output to approximately track a command input. Simulation results show that the proposed approaches have good performance.

  18. Fault diagnosing system of steam generator for nuclear power plant based on fuzzy neural networks

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    Fu, Ming-Yu; Bian, Xin-Qian; Shi, Ji

    2002-06-01

    All kinds of reasons are analysed in theory and a fault repository combined with local expert experiences is established according to the structure and the operation characteristic of steam generator in this paper. At the same time, Kohonen algorithm is used for fault diagnoses system based on fuzzy neural networks. Fuzzy arithmetic is inducted into neural networks to solve uncertain diagnosis induced by uncertain knowledge. According to its self-association in the course of default diagnosis, the system is provided with non-supervise, self-organizing, self-learning, and has strong cluster ability and fast cluster velocity.

  19. Diagonal Based Feature Extraction for Handwritten Alphabets Recognition System using Neural Network

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    Pradeep, J; Himavathi, S; 10.5121/ijcsit.2011.3103

    2011-01-01

    An off-line handwritten alphabetical character recognition system using multilayer feed forward neural network is described in the paper. A new method, called, diagonal based feature extraction is introduced for extracting the features of the handwritten alphabets. Fifty data sets, each containing 26 alphabets written by various people, are used for training the neural network and 570 different handwritten alphabetical characters are used for testing. The proposed recognition system performs quite well yielding higher levels of recognition accuracy compared to the systems employing the conventional horizontal and vertical methods of feature extraction. This system will be suitable for converting handwritten documents into structural text form and recognizing handwritten names.

  20. Different Avalanche Behaviors in Different Specific Areas of a System Based on Neural Networks

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    ZHAOXiao-Wei; CHENTian-Lun

    2003-01-01

    Based on the standard self-organizing map (SOM) neural network model and an integrate-and-fire mecha-nism, we introduce a kind of coupled map lattice system to investigate scale-invariance behavior in the activity of model neural populations. We find power-law distribution behavior of avalanche size in our model. But more importantly, we find there are different avalanche distribution behaviors in different specific areas of our system, which are formed by the topological learning process of the SOM net.

  1. Self-organized Criticality in a Model Based on Neural Network

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    ZHAO Xiao-Wei; CHEN Tian-Lun

    2001-01-01

    Based on the LISSOM neural network model, we introduce a model to investigate self-organized criticality in the activity of neural populations. The influence of connection (synapse) between neurons has been adequately considered in this model. It is found to exhibit self-organized criticality (SOC) behavior under appropriate conditions.``We also find that the learning process has promotive influence on emergence of SOC behavior. In addition, we analyze the influence of various factors of the model on the SOC behavior, which is characterized by the power-law behavior of the avalanche size distribution.``

  2. Direction-of-change forecasting using a volatility-based recurrent neural network

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    S.D. Bekiros; D.A. Georgoutsos

    2008-01-01

    This paper investigates the profitability of a trading strategy, based on recurrent neural networks, that attempts to predict the direction-of-change of the market in the case of the NASDAQ composite index. The sample extends over the period 8 February 1971 to 7 April 1998, while the sub-period 8 Ap

  3. TCSC Nonlinear Adaptive Damping Controller Design Based on RBF Neural Network to Enhance Power System Stability

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    Yao, Wei; Fang, Jiakun; Zhao, Ping;

    2013-01-01

    In this paper, a nonlinear adaptive damping controller based on radial basis function neural network (RBFNN), which can infinitely approximate to nonlinear system, is proposed for thyristor controlled series capacitor (TCSC). The proposed TCSC adaptive damping controller can not only have the...

  4. Wind Turbine Fault Detection based on Artificial Neural Network Analysis of SCADA Data

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    Herp, Jürgen; S. Nadimi, Esmaeil

    2015-01-01

    Slowly developing faults in wind turbine can, when not detected and fixed on time, cause severe damage and downtime. We are proposing a fault detection method based on Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) and the recordings from Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems installed in wind...

  5. A New Method for Studying the Periodic System Based on a Kohonen Neural Network

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    Chen, David Zhekai

    2010-01-01

    A new method for studying the periodic system is described based on the combination of a Kohonen neural network and a set of chemical and physical properties. The classification results are directly shown in a two-dimensional map and easy to interpret. This is one of the major advantages of this approach over other methods reported in the…

  6. Prediction of neurally mediated syncope based on heart rate and pulse arrival time

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    Eickholt, C.; Drexel, T.; Muehlsteff, J.; Ritz, A.; Siekiera, M.; Kirmanoglou, K.; Shin, D.I.; Blazer, J.; Rassaf, T.; Kelm, M.; Meyer, C.

    2012-01-01

    Prediction of neurally mediated syncope based on heart rate and pulse arrival time Christian Eickholt1, Thomas Drexel1, Jens Mühlsteff2,Anita Ritz1, Markus Siekiera1, Kiriakos Kirmanoglou1, Dong-In Shin1, Jan Balzer1, Tienush Rassaf1, Malte Kelm1, Christian Meyer1 Background: We previously presente

  7. Identification of children's activity type with accelerometer-based neural networks

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    Vries, S.I. de; Engels, M.; Garre, F.G.

    2011-01-01

    Purpose: The study's purpose was to identify children's physical activity type using artificial neural network (ANN) models based on uniaxial or triaxial accelerometer data from the hip or the ankle. Methods: Fifty-eight children (31 boys and 27 girls, age range = 9-12 yr) performed the following ac

  8. Research on motion compensation method based on neural network of radial basis function

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    Zuo Yunbo

    2014-01-01

    The machining precision not only depends on accurate mechanical structure but also depends on motion compensation method. If manufacturing precision of mechanical structure cannot be improved, the motion compensation is a reasonable way to improve motion precision. A motion compensation method based on neural network of radial basis function (RBF) was presented in this paper. It utilized the infinite approximation advantage of RBF neural network to fit the motion error curve. The best hidden neural quantity was optimized by training the motion error data and calculating the total sum of squares. The best curve coefficient matrix was got and used to calculate motion compensation values. The experiments showed that the motion errors could be reduced obviously by utilizing the method in this paper.

  9. Control of Free-floating Space Robotic Manipulators base on Neural Network

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    Zhang Wenhui

    2012-11-01

    Full Text Available For problems of trajectory tracking of the free-floating space robot model with uncertainties in task space, neural networks adaptive control strategy is put forward by this paper. Because the non-linear system model can not be obtained accurately, neural network is used to directly identify all parts of the system parameters through GL matrix and its multiplication operator ".". Robust controller is designed to eliminate the approximation errors of neural network and external disturbances. The control strategy neither requires an estimate of inverse dynamic model, nor calculates the inverse Jacobin matrix. Global asymptotic stability based on Lyapunov theory is proved by the paper. Simulation results show that higher control precision is achieved. The control strategy has great value in engineering applications.

  10. GA-BASED PID NEURAL NETVVORK CONTROL FOR MAGNETIC BEARING SYSTEMS

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    LI Guodong; ZHANG Qingchun; LIANG Yingchun

    2007-01-01

    In order to overcome the system non-linearity and uncertainty inherent in magnetic bearing systems, a GA(genetic algorithm)-based PID neural network controller is designed and trained to emulate the operation of a complete system (magnetic beating, controller, and power amplifiers).The feasibility of using a neural network to control nonlinear magnetic beating systems with unknown dynamics is demonstrated. The key concept of the control scheme is to use GA to evaluate the candidate solutions (chromosomes), increase the generalization ability of PID neural network and avoid suffering from the local minima problem in network learning due to the use of gradient descent learning method. The simulation results show that the proposed architecture provides well robust performance and better reinforcement learning capability in controlling magnetic bearing systems.

  11. Computer interpretation of thallium SPECT studies based on neural network analysis

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    This paper reports that a class of artificial intelligence (AI) programs known as neural-networks are well suited to pattern recognition. A neural network is trained rather than programmed to recognize patterns. This differs from expert system AI programs in that it is not following an extensive set of rules determined by the programmer, but rather bases its decision on a gestalt interpretation of the image. The bullseye images from cardiac stress thallium tests performed on 50 male patients, as well as several simulated images were used to train the network. The network was able to accurately classify all patients in the training set. The network was then tested against 50 unknown patients and was able to correctly categorize 77% of the areas of ischemia and 92% of the areas of infarction. While not yet matching the ability of the trained physician, the neural network shows great promise in this area and has potential application in other areas of medical imaging

  12. Diagnostics of Nuclear Reactor Accidents Based on Particle Swarm Optimization Trained Neural Networks

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    Automation in large, complex systems such as chemical plants, electrical power generation, aerospace and nuclear plants has been steadily increasing in the recent past. automated diagnosis and control forms a necessary part of these systems,this contains thousands of alarms processing in every component, subsystem and system. so the accurate and speed of diagnosis of faults is an important factors in operation and maintaining their health and continued operation and in reducing of repair and recovery time. using of artificial intelligence facilitates the alarm classifications and faults diagnosis to control any abnormal events during the operation cycle of the plant. thesis work uses the artificial neural network as a powerful classification tool. the work basically is has two components, the first is to effectively train the neural network using particle swarm optimization, which non-derivative based technique. to achieve proper training of the neural network to fault classification problem and comparing this technique to already existing techniques

  13. A maximum power point tracker for photovoltaic energy systems based on fuzzy neural networks

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    Chun-hua LI; Xin-jian ZHU; Guang-yi CAO; Wan-qi HU; Sheng SUI; Ming-ruo HU

    2009-01-01

    To extract the maximum power from a photovoltaic (PV) energy system, the real-time maximum power point (MPP) of the PV array must be tracked closely. The non-linear and time-variant characteristics of the PV array and the non-linear and non-minimum phase characteristics of a boost converter make it difficult to track the MPP for traditional control strategies. We propose a fuzzy neural network controller (FNNC), which combines the reasoning capability of fuzzy logical systems and the learning capability of neural networks, to track the MPP. With a derived learning algorithm, the parameters of the FNNC are updated adaptively. A gradient estimator based on a radial basis function neural network is developed to provide the reference information to the FNNC. Simulation results show that the proposed control algorithm provides much better tracking performance compared with the fuzzy logic control algorithm.

  14. Computer interpretation of thallium SPECT studies based on neural network analysis

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    Wang, David C.; Karvelis, K. C.

    1991-06-01

    A class of artificial intelligence (Al) programs known as neural networks are well suited to pattern recognition. A neural network is trained rather than programmed to recognize patterns. This differs from "expert system" Al programs in that it is not following an extensive set of rules determined by the programmer, but rather bases its decision on a gestalt interpretation of the image. The "bullseye" images from cardiac stress thallium tests performed on 50 male patients, as well as several simulated images were used to train the network. The network was able to accurately classify all patients in the training set. The network was then tested against 50 unknown patients and was able to correctly categorize 77% of the areas of ischemia and 92% of the areas of infarction. While not yet matching the ability of a trained physician, the neural network shows great promise in this area and has potential application in other areas of medical imaging.

  15. Safety Prediction Analysis of the Agricultural Products Processing Based on the BP Neural Network

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    Jing Li

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available By using BP neural network algorithm, this study aims at prompting the accuracy of safety prediction of the agriculture products processing. The science prediction of the deep-frozen dumplings' shelf-life has an important guiding significance for human health and the safety of quick-frozen food. Artificial Neural Network (ANN is a kind of information processing system which is established by simulating the human nervous system. Based on these, by using the effective theory of integrated temperature combined with BP neural network method to predict the shelf-life of the frozen dumplings in this study, we aim at providing a theory basis for monitoring and controlling the quality change in the storage process of deep-frozen dumplings’ temperature fluctuations. Finally, an example is given to show that it is very effective by using the method adopted in this study.

  16. Adaptive Sliding Mode Control of MEMS Gyroscope Based on Neural Network Approximation

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    Yuzheng Yang

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available An adaptive sliding controller using radial basis function (RBF network to approximate the unknown system dynamics microelectromechanical systems (MEMS gyroscope sensor is proposed. Neural controller is proposed to approximate the unknown system model and sliding controller is employed to eliminate the approximation error and attenuate the model uncertainties and external disturbances. Online neural network (NN weight tuning algorithms, including correction terms, are designed based on Lyapunov stability theory, which can guarantee bounded tracking errors as well as bounded NN weights. The tracking error bound can be made arbitrarily small by increasing a certain feedback gain. Numerical simulation for a MEMS angular velocity sensor is investigated to verify the effectiveness of the proposed adaptive neural control scheme and demonstrate the satisfactory tracking performance and robustness.

  17. Intelligent predicting approach of peritoneal fluid absorption rate based-on neural network

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    Mei ZHANG; Yueming HU; Tao WANG

    2003-01-01

    This paper addresses the important intelligent predicting problem of peritoneal absorption rate in the peritoneal dialysis treament process of renal failure. As the index of dialysis adequacy, KT/V and Ccr are widely used and accepted. However,growing evidence suggests that the fluid balance may play a critical role in dialysis adequacy and patient outcome. Peritoneal fluid absorption decreases the peritoneal fluid removal. Understanding the peritoneal fluid absorption rate will help clinicians to opthnize the dialysis dwell time. The neural network approach is applied to the prediction of peritoneal absorption rate. Compared with multivariable regression method, the experimental results showed that neural network method has an advantage over multivariable regression. The application of this predicting method based-on neural network in clinic is instructive.

  18. FORCE RIPPLE SUPPRESSION TECHNOLOGY FOR LINEAR MOTORS BASED ON BACK PROPAGATION NEURAL NETWORK

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    ZHANG Dailin; CHEN Youping; AI Wu; ZHOU Zude; KONG Ching Tom

    2008-01-01

    Various force disturbances influence the thrust force of linear motors when a linear motor (LM) is running. Among all of force disturbances, the force ripple is the dominant while a linear motor runs in low speed. In order to suppress the force ripple, back propagation(BP) neural network is proposed to learn the function of the force ripple of linear motors, and the acquisition method of training samples is proposed based on a disturbance observer. An off-line BP neural network is used mainly because of its high running efficiency and the real-time requirement of the servo control system of a linear motor. By using the function, the force ripple is on-line compensated according to the position of the LM. The experimental results show that the force ripple is effectively suppressed by the compensation of the BP neural network.

  19. A Prediction Model of Peasants’ Income in China Based on BP Neural Network

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    2011-01-01

    According to the related data affecting the peasants’ income in China in the years 1978-2008,a total of 13 indices are selected,such as agricultural population,output value of primary industry,and rural employees.Based on the standardized method and BP neural network method,the peasants’ income and the artificial neural network model are established and analyzed.Results show that the simulation value agrees well with the real value;the neural network model with improved BP algorithm has high prediction accuracy,rapid convergence rate and good generalization ability.Finally,suggestions are put forward to increase the peasants’ income,such as promoting the process of urbanization,developing small and medium-sized enterprises in rural areas,encouraging intensive operation,and strengthening the rural infrastructure and agricultural science and technology input.

  20. Research on safety assessment of gas explosion hazard in heading face based on BP neural network

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    TIAN Shui-cheng; ZHU Li-jun; CHEN Yong-gang; WANG Li

    2005-01-01

    According to hazard theory and the principle of selecting assessment index,combining the causes and mechanism of gas explosion, established assessment index system of gas explosion in heading face. Based on the method of gray clustering, principle of BP neural network and characters of gas explosion in heading face, safety assessment procedural diagram of BP neural network on gas explosion hazard in heading face is designed. Meanwhile, concrete heading face of the gas explosion hazard is assessed by safety assessment method of BP neural network and grades of comprehensive safety assessment are got. The static and dynamic safety assessment can be achieved by this method. It is practical to improve safety management and to develop safety assessment technology in coalmine.

  1. Nonlinear adaptive control systems design of BTT missile based on fully tuned RBF neural networks

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    Hu, Yunan; Jin, Yuqiang; Li, Jing

    2003-09-01

    Based on fully tuned RBF neural networks and backstepping control techniques, a novel nonlinear adaptive control scheme is proposed for missile control systems with a general set of uncertainties. The effect of the uncertainties is synthesized one term in the design procedure. Then RBF neural networks are used to eliminate its effect. The nonlinear adaptive controller is designed using backstepping control techniques. The control problem is resolved while the control coefficient matrix is unknown. The adaptive tuning rules for updating all of the parameters of the fully tuned RBF neural networks are firstly derived by the Lyapunov stability theorem. Finally, nonlinear 6-DOF numerical simulation results for a BTT missile model are presented to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed method.

  2. RBF neural network based $\\mathcal{H}_{\\infty}$ synchronization for unknown chaotic systems

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    Choon Ki Ahn

    2010-08-01

    In this paper, we propose a new $\\mathcal{H}_{\\infty}$ synchronization strategy, called a Radial Basis Function Neural Network $\\mathcal{H}_{\\infty}$ synchronization (RBFNNHS) strategy, for unknown chaotic systems in the presence of external disturbance. In the proposed framework, a radial basis function neural network (RBFNN) is constructed as an alternative to approximate the unknown nonlinear function of the chaotic system. Based on this neural network and linear matrix inequality (LMI) formulation, the RBFNNHS controller and the learning laws are presented to reduce the effect of disturbance to an $\\mathcal{H}_{\\infty}$ norm constraint. It is shown that finding the RBFNNHS controller and the learning laws can be transformed into the LMI problem and solved using the convex optimization method. A numerical example is presented to demonstrate the validity of the proposed RBFNNHS scheme.

  3. Analysis on evaluation ability of nonlinear safety assessment model of coal mines based on artificial neural network

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    SHI Shi-liang; LIU Hai-bo; LIU Ai-hua

    2004-01-01

    Based on the integration analysis of goods and shortcomings of various methods used in safety assessment of coal mines, combining nonlinear feature of mine safety sub-system, this paper establishes the neural network assessment model of mine safety, analyzes the ability of artificial neural network to evaluate mine safety state, and lays the theoretical foundation of artificial neural network using in the systematic optimization of mine safety assessment and getting reasonable accurate safety assessment result.

  4. An analog VLSI real time optical character recognition system based on a neural architecture

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    In this paper a real time Optical Character Recognition system is presented: it is based on a feature extraction module and a neural network classifier which have been designed and fabricated in analog VLSI technology. Experimental results validate the circuit functionality. The results obtained from a validation based on a mixed approach (i.e., an approach based on both experimental and simulation results) confirm the soundness and reliability of the system

  5. The Euler-Poincare theory of Metamorphosis

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    Holm, Darryl D; Younes, Laurent

    2008-01-01

    In the pattern matching approach to imaging science, the process of ``metamorphosis'' is template matching with dynamical templates. Here, we recast the metamorphosis equations of into the Euler-Poincare variational framework of and show that the metamorphosis equations contain the equations for a perfect complex fluid \\cite{Ho2002}. This result connects the ideas underlying the process of metamorphosis in image matching to the physical concept of order parameter in the theory of complex fluids. After developing the general theory, we reinterpret various examples, including point set, image and density metamorphosis. We finally discuss the issue of matching measures with metamorphosis, for which we provide existence theorems for the initial and boundary value problems.

  6. The Euler current and parity odd transport

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    Golkar, Siavash; Son, Dam T

    2014-01-01

    For a spacetime of odd dimensions endowed with a unit vector field, we introduce a new topological current that is identically conserved and whose charge is equal to the Euler character of the even dimensional spacelike foliations. The existence of this current allows us to introduce new Chern-Simons-type terms in the effective field theories describing relativistic quantum Hall states and (2+1) dimensional superfluids. Using effective field theory, we calculate various correlation functions and identify transport coefficients. In the quantum Hall case, this current provides the natural relativistic generalization of the Wen-Zee term, required to characterize the shift and Hall viscosity in quantum Hall systems. For the superfluid case this term is required to have nonzero Hall viscosity and to describe superfluids with non s-wave pairing.

  7. Behavioral and neural bases of extinction learning in Hermissenda

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    Joel S. Cavallo

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available Extinction of classical conditioning is thought to produce new learning that masks or interferes with the original memory. However, research in the nudibranch Hermissenda crassicornis (H.c. has challenged this view, and instead suggested that extinction erased the original associative memory. We have re-examined extinction in H.c. to test whether extinguished associative memories can be detected on the behavioral and cellular levels, and to characterize the temporal variables involved. Associative conditioning using pairings of light (CS and rotation (US produced characteristic suppression of H.c. phototactic behavior. A single session of extinction training (repeated light-alone presentations reversed suppressed behavior back to pre-training levels when administered 15 min after associative conditioning. This effect was abolished if extinction was delayed by 23 hr, and yet was recovered using extended extinction training (three consecutive daily extinction sessions. Extinguished phototactic suppression did not spontaneously recover at any retention interval tested (2-, 24-, 48-, 72-hr, or after additional US presentations (no observed reinstatement. Extinction training (single session, 15 min interval also reversed the pairing-produced increases in light-evoked spike frequencies of Type B photoreceptors, an identified site of associative memory storage that is causally related to phototactic suppression. These results suggest that the behavioral effects of extinction training are not due to temporary suppression of associative memories, but instead represent a reversal of the underlying cellular changes necessary for the expression of learning. In the companion article, we further elucidate mechanisms responsible for extinction-produced reversal of memory-related neural plasticity in Type B photoreceptors.

  8. The development of a knowledge base in an expert system based on the four-layer perceptron neural network

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    2007-01-01

    Owing to continuous production lines with large amount of consecutive controls, various control signals and huge logistic relations, this paper introduced the methods and principles of the development of knowledge base in a fault diagnosis expert system that was based on machine learning by the four-layer perceptron neural network. An example was presented. By combining differential function with not differentia function and back propagation of error with back propagation of expectation, the four-layer perceptron neural network was established. And it was good for solving such a bottleneck problem in knowledge acquisition in expert system and enhancing real-time on-line diagnosis. A method of synthetic back propagation was designed, which broke the limit to non-differentiable function in BP neural network.

  9. A neutron spectrum unfolding code based on generalized regression artificial neural networks

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    Ortiz R, J. M.; Martinez B, M. R.; Castaneda M, R.; Solis S, L. O. [Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas, Unidad Academica de Ingenieria Electrica, Av. Ramon Lopez Velarde 801, Col. Centro, 98000 Zacatecas, Zac. (Mexico); Vega C, H. R., E-mail: morvymm@yahoo.com.mx [Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas, Unidad Academica de Estudios Nucleares, Cipres No. 10, Fracc. La Penuela, 98068 Zacatecas, Zac. (Mexico)

    2015-10-15

    The most delicate part of neutron spectrometry, is the unfolding process. Then derivation of the spectral information is not simple because the unknown is not given directly as result of the measurements. Novel methods based on Artificial Neural Networks have been widely investigated. In prior works, back propagation neural networks (BPNN) have been used to solve the neutron spectrometry problem, however, some drawbacks still exist using this kind of neural nets, as the optimum selection of the network topology and the long training time. Compared to BPNN, is usually much faster to train a generalized regression neural network (GRNN). That is mainly because spread constant is the only parameter used in GRNN. Another feature is that the network will converge to a global minimum. In addition, often are more accurate than BPNN in prediction. These characteristics make GRNN be of great interest in the neutron spectrometry domain. In this work is presented a computational tool based on GRNN, capable to solve the neutron spectrometry problem. This computational code, automates the pre-processing, training and testing stages, the statistical analysis and the post-processing of the information, using 7 Bonner spheres rate counts as only entrance data. The code was designed for a Bonner Spheres System based on a {sup 6}LiI(Eu) neutron detector and a response matrix expressed in 60 energy bins taken from an International Atomic Energy Agency compilation. (Author)

  10. A neutron spectrum unfolding code based on generalized regression artificial neural networks

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    The most delicate part of neutron spectrometry, is the unfolding process. Then derivation of the spectral information is not simple because the unknown is not given directly as result of the measurements. Novel methods based on Artificial Neural Networks have been widely investigated. In prior works, back propagation neural networks (BPNN) have been used to solve the neutron spectrometry problem, however, some drawbacks still exist using this kind of neural nets, as the optimum selection of the network topology and the long training time. Compared to BPNN, is usually much faster to train a generalized regression neural network (GRNN). That is mainly because spread constant is the only parameter used in GRNN. Another feature is that the network will converge to a global minimum. In addition, often are more accurate than BPNN in prediction. These characteristics make GRNN be of great interest in the neutron spectrometry domain. In this work is presented a computational tool based on GRNN, capable to solve the neutron spectrometry problem. This computational code, automates the pre-processing, training and testing stages, the statistical analysis and the post-processing of the information, using 7 Bonner spheres rate counts as only entrance data. The code was designed for a Bonner Spheres System based on a 6LiI(Eu) neutron detector and a response matrix expressed in 60 energy bins taken from an International Atomic Energy Agency compilation. (Author)

  11. A Direct and Non-Singular UKF Approach Using Euler Angle Kinematics for Integrated Navigation Systems.

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    Ran, Changyan; Cheng, Xianghong

    2016-01-01

    This paper presents a direct and non-singular approach based on an unscented Kalman filter (UKF) for the integration of strapdown inertial navigation systems (SINSs) with the aid of velocity. The state vector includes velocity and Euler angles, and the system model contains Euler angle kinematics equations. The measured velocity in the body frame is used as the filter measurement. The quaternion nonlinear equality constraint is eliminated, and the cross-noise problem is overcome. The filter model is simple and easy to apply without linearization. Data fusion is performed by an UKF, which directly estimates and outputs the navigation information. There is no need to process navigation computation and error correction separately because the navigation computation is completed synchronously during the filter time updating. In addition, the singularities are avoided with the help of the dual-Euler method. The performance of the proposed approach is verified by road test data from a land vehicle equipped with an odometer aided SINS, and a singularity turntable test is conducted using three-axis turntable test data. The results show that the proposed approach can achieve higher navigation accuracy than the commonly-used indirect approach, and the singularities can be efficiently removed as the result of dual-Euler method. PMID:27598169

  12. A Direct and Non-Singular UKF Approach Using Euler Angle Kinematics for Integrated Navigation Systems

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    Changyan Ran

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents a direct and non-singular approach based on an unscented Kalman filter (UKF for the integration of strapdown inertial navigation systems (SINSs with the aid of velocity. The state vector includes velocity and Euler angles, and the system model contains Euler angle kinematics equations. The measured velocity in the body frame is used as the filter measurement. The quaternion nonlinear equality constraint is eliminated, and the cross-noise problem is overcome. The filter model is simple and easy to apply without linearization. Data fusion is performed by an UKF, which directly estimates and outputs the navigation information. There is no need to process navigation computation and error correction separately because the navigation computation is completed synchronously during the filter time updating. In addition, the singularities are avoided with the help of the dual-Euler method. The performance of the proposed approach is verified by road test data from a land vehicle equipped with an odometer aided SINS, and a singularity turntable test is conducted using three-axis turntable test data. The results show that the proposed approach can achieve higher navigation accuracy than the commonly-used indirect approach, and the singularities can be efficiently removed as the result of dual-Euler method.

  13. A new PQ disturbances identification method based on combining neural network with least square weighted fusion algorithm

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    2006-01-01

    A new method for power quality (PQ) disturbances identification is brought forward based on combining a neural network with least square (LS) weighted fusion algorithm. The characteristic components of PQ disturbances are distilled through an improved phase-located loop (PLL) system at first, and then five child BP ANNs with different structures are trained and adopted to identify the PQ disturbances respectively. The combining neural network fuses the identification results of these child ANNs with LS weighted fusion algorithm, and identifies PQ disturbances with the fused result finally. Compared with a single neural network, the combining one with LS weighted fusion algorithm can identify the PQ disturbances correctly when noise is strong. However, a single neural network may fail in this case. Furthermore, the combining neural network is more reliable than a single neural network. The simulation results prove the conclusions above.

  14. Comparison of four Adaboost algorithm based artificial neural networks in wind speed predictions

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    Highlights: • Four hybrid algorithms are proposed for the wind speed decomposition. • Adaboost algorithm is adopted to provide a hybrid training framework. • MLP neural networks are built to do the forecasting computation. • Four important network training algorithms are included in the MLP networks. • All the proposed hybrid algorithms are suitable for the wind speed predictions. - Abstract: The technology of wind speed prediction is important to guarantee the safety of wind power utilization. In this paper, four different hybrid methods are proposed for the high-precision multi-step wind speed predictions based on the Adaboost (Adaptive Boosting) algorithm and the MLP (Multilayer Perceptron) neural networks. In the hybrid Adaboost–MLP forecasting architecture, four important algorithms are adopted for the training and modeling of the MLP neural networks, including GD-ALR-BP algorithm, GDM-ALR-BP algorithm, CG-BP-FR algorithm and BFGS algorithm. The aim of the study is to investigate the promoted forecasting percentages of the MLP neural networks by the Adaboost algorithm’ optimization under various training algorithms. The hybrid models in the performance comparison include Adaboost–GD-ALR-BP–MLP, Adaboost–GDM-ALR-BP–MLP, Adaboost–CG-BP-FR–MLP, Adaboost–BFGS–MLP, GD-ALR-BP–MLP, GDM-ALR-BP–MLP, CG-BP-FR–MLP and BFGS–MLP. Two experimental results show that: (1) the proposed hybrid Adaboost–MLP forecasting architecture is effective for the wind speed predictions; (2) the Adaboost algorithm has promoted the forecasting performance of the MLP neural networks considerably; (3) among the proposed Adaboost–MLP forecasting models, the Adaboost–CG-BP-FR–MLP model has the best performance; and (4) the improved percentages of the MLP neural networks by the Adaboost algorithm decrease step by step with the following sequence of training algorithms as: GD-ALR-BP, GDM-ALR-BP, CG-BP-FR and BFGS

  15. Unconventional optical imaging using a high-speed neural network based smart sensor

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    Arrasmith, William W.

    2006-05-01

    The advancement of neural network methods and technologies is finding applications in many fields and disciplines of interest to the defense, intelligence, and homeland security communities. Rapidly reconfigurable sensors for real or near-real time signal or image processing can be used for multi-functional purposes such as image compression, target tracking, image fusion, edge detection, thresholding, pattern recognition, and atmospheric turbulence compensation to name a few. A neural network based smart sensor is described that can accomplish these tasks individually or in combination, in real-time or near real-time. As a computationally intensive example, the case of optical imaging through volume turbulence is addressed. For imaging systems in the visible and near infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum, the atmosphere is often the dominant factor in reducing the imaging system's resolution and image quality. The neural network approach described in this paper is shown to present a viable means for implementing turbulence compensation techniques for near-field and distributed turbulence scenarios. Representative high-speed neural network hardware is presented. Existing 2-D cellular neural network (CNN) hardware is capable of 3 trillion operations per second with peta-operations per second possible using current 3-D manufacturing processes. This hardware can be used for high-speed applications that require fast convolutions and de-convolutions. Existing 3-D artificial neural network technology is capable of peta-operations per second and can be used for fast array processing operations. Methods for optical imaging through distributed turbulence are discussed, simulation results are presented and computational and performance assessments are provided.

  16. Hybrid Neural Network Approach Based Tool for the Modelling of Photovoltaic Panels

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    Antonino Laudani

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available A hybrid neural network approach based tool for identifying the photovoltaic one-diode model is presented. The generalization capabilities of neural networks are used together with the robustness of the reduced form of one-diode model. Indeed, from the studies performed by the authors and the works present in the literature, it was found that a direct computation of the five parameters via multiple inputs and multiple outputs neural network is a very difficult task. The reduced form consists in a series of explicit formulae for the support to the neural network that, in our case, is aimed at predicting just two parameters among the five ones identifying the model: the other three parameters are computed by reduced form. The present hybrid approach is efficient from the computational cost point of view and accurate in the estimation of the five parameters. It constitutes a complete and extremely easy tool suitable to be implemented in a microcontroller based architecture. Validations are made on about 10000 PV panels belonging to the California Energy Commission database.

  17. Power Transformer Differential Protection Based on Neural Network Principal Component Analysis, Harmonic Restraint and Park's Plots

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    Manoj Tripathy

    2012-01-01

    This paper describes a new approach for power transformer differential protection which is based on the wave-shape recognition technique. An algorithm based on neural network principal component analysis (NNPCA) with back-propagation learning is proposed for digital differential protection of power transformer. The principal component analysis is used to preprocess the data from power system in order to eliminate redundant information and enhance hidden pattern of differential current to disc...

  18. Artificial Neural Network based Diagnostic Model For Causes of Success and Failures

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    Kaur, Bikrampal; Aggarwal, Himanshu

    2010-01-01

    In this paper an attempt has been made to identify most important human resource factors and propose a diagnostic model based on the back-propagation and connectionist model approaches of artificial neural network (ANN). The focus of the study is on the mobile -communication industry of India. The ANN based approach is particularly important because conventional approaches (such as algorithmic) to the problem solving have their inherent disadvantages. The algorithmic approach is well-suited t...

  19. Identification of information tonality based on Bayesian approach and neural networks

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    Lande, D. V.

    2008-01-01

    A model of the identification of information tonality, based on Bayesian approach and neural networks was described. In the context of this paper tonality means positive or negative tone of both the whole information and its parts which are related to particular concepts. The method, its application is presented in the paper, is based on statistic regularities connected with the presence of definite lexemes in the texts. A distinctive feature of the method is its simplicity and versatility. A...

  20. Multilingual Deep Neural Network based Acoustic Modeling For Rapid Language Adaptation

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    Vu, Ngoc Thang; Imseng, David; Povey, Daniel; Motlicek, Petr; Schultz, Tanja; Bourlard, Hervé

    2014-01-01

    This paper presents a study on multilingual deep neural network (DNN) based acoustic modeling and its application to new languages. We investigate the effect of phone merging on multilingual DNN in context of rapid language adaptation. Moreover, the combination of multilingual DNNs with Kullback--Leibler divergence based acoustic modeling (KL-HMM) is explored. Using ten different languages from the Globalphone database, our studies reveal that crosslingual acoustic model transfer through mul...

  1. Navigation Behaviors Based on Fuzzy ArtMap Neural Networks for Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles

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    Amine Chohra; Ouahiba Azouaoui

    2011-01-01

    The use of hybrid intelligent systems (HISs) is necessary to bring the behavior of intelligent autonomous vehicles (IAVs) near the human one in recognition, learning, adaptation, generalization, decision making, and action. First, the necessity of HIS and some navigation approaches based on fuzzy ArtMap neural networks (FAMNNs) are discussed. Indeed, such approaches can provide IAV with more autonomy, intelligence, and real-time processing capabilities. Second, an FAMNN-based navigation appro...

  2. ABC-CNN: An Attention Based Convolutional Neural Network for Visual Question Answering

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    Chen, Kan; Wang, Jiang; Chen, Liang-Chieh; Gao, Haoyuan; Xu, Wei; Nevatia, Ram

    2015-01-01

    We propose a novel attention based deep learning architecture for visual question answering task (VQA). Given an image and an image related natural language question, VQA generates the natural language answer for the question. Generating the correct answers requires the model's attention to focus on the regions corresponding to the question, because different questions inquire about the attributes of different image regions. We introduce an attention based configurable convolutional neural ne...

  3. NEURAL NETWORK APPROACH TO SURFACE BLENDING BASED ON DI GITIZED POINTS

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    A neural network approach is employed to deal with blending problem with surface construction based on digitized points, and some r elated computational cases are presented. Compared with the NURBS method, this n eural network based approach doesn't need the complex formula derivation as long as a limited number of offset points are got, and its accuracy can meet the gen eral engineering needs.

  4. Stocks selected using SOM and Genetic Algorithm based Backpropagation Neural Network gives better returns

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    Asif Ullah Khan

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available Investment in stock market is one of the most popular type of investment. There are many conventional techniques being used and these include technical and fundamental analysis. The main aim of every investor is to earn maximum possible return on investments. The main issue with any approach is the proper weighting of criteria to obtain a list of stocks that are suitable for investments. This paper proposes an improved method for stock picking using self-organizing maps and genetic algorithm based backpropagation neural networks. The stock selected using self-organizing maps and genetic algorithm based backpropagation neural networks outperformed the BSE-30 Index by about 30.17% based on one and half month of stock data.

  5. Evaluating the performances of statistical and neural network based control charts

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    Teoh, Kok Ban; Ong, Hong Choon

    2015-10-01

    Control chart is used widely in many fields and traditional control chart is no longer adequate in detecting a sudden change in a particular process. So, run rules which are built in into Shewhart X ¯ control chart while Exponential Weighted Moving Average control chart (EWMA), Cumulative Sum control chart (CUSUM) and neural network based control chart are introduced to overcome the limitation regarding to the sensitivity of traditional control chart. In this study, the average run length (ARL) and median run length (MRL) in the shifts in the process mean of control charts mentioned will be computed. We will show that interpretations based only on the ARL can be misleading. Thus, MRL is also used to evaluate the performances of the control charts. From this study, neural network based control chart is found to possess a better performance than run rules of Shewhart X ¯ control chart, EWMA and CUSUM control chart.

  6. Finite-time synchronization for memristor-based neural networks with time-varying delays.

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    Abdurahman, Abdujelil; Jiang, Haijun; Teng, Zhidong

    2015-09-01

    Memristive network exhibits state-dependent switching behaviors due to the physical properties of memristor, which is an ideal tool to mimic the functionalities of the human brain. In this paper, finite-time synchronization is considered for a class of memristor-based neural networks with time-varying delays. Based on the theory of differential equations with discontinuous right-hand side, several new sufficient conditions ensuring the finite-time synchronization of memristor-based chaotic neural networks are obtained by using analysis technique, finite time stability theorem and adding a suitable feedback controller. Besides, the upper bounds of the settling time of synchronization are estimated. Finally, a numerical example is given to show the effectiveness and feasibility of the obtained results. PMID:26024807

  7. Optimal Search Strategy of Robotic Assembly Based on Neural Vibration Learning

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    Lejla Banjanovic-Mehmedovic

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents implementation of optimal search strategy (OSS in verification of assembly process based on neural vibration learning. The application problem is the complex robot assembly of miniature parts in the example of mating the gears of one multistage planetary speed reducer. Assembly of tube over the planetary gears was noticed as the most difficult problem of overall assembly. The favourable influence of vibration and rotation movement on compensation of tolerance was also observed. With the proposed neural-network-based learning algorithm, it is possible to find extended scope of vibration state parameter. Using optimal search strategy based on minimal distance path between vibration parameter stage sets (amplitude and frequencies of robots gripe vibration and recovery parameter algorithm, we can improve the robot assembly behaviour, that is, allow the fastest possible way of mating. We have verified by using simulation programs that search strategy is suitable for the situation of unexpected events due to uncertainties.

  8. Optimization of Recipe Based Batch Control Systems Using Neural Networks

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    Šoštarec, A.; Gosak, D.; Hlupić, N.

    2012-01-01

    In the modern pharmaceutical industry many flexible batch plants operate under an integrated business and production system, using ISA S95 and ISA S88 standards for models and terminology, and implementing flexible recipe-based production. In the environment of constantly changing market conditions, adjustment to surroundings is a business necessity. To support necessary production improvement, regulatory authorities have introduced the risk based approach for the control of process dev...

  9. Content Based Image Retrieval : Classification Using Neural Networks

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    Shereena V.B; Julie M.David

    2014-01-01

    In a content-based image retrieval system (CBIR), the main issue is to extract the image features that effectively represent the image contents in a database. Such an extraction requires a detailed evaluation of retrieval performance of image features. This paper presents a review of fundamental aspects of content based image retrieval including feature extraction of color and texture features. Commonly used color features including color moments, color histogram and color corr...

  10. Partial Euler products as a new approach to Riemann hypothesis

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    Jurzak, Jean-Paul

    2002-01-01

    In this paper, we show that Riemann hypothesis (concerning zeros of the zeta function in the critical strip) is equivalent to the analytic continuation of Euler products obtained by restricting the Euler zeta product to suitable subsets $M_k$, $k\\geq 1$ of the set of prime numbers. Each of these Euler product defines so a partial zeta function $\\zeta_{k}(s)$ equal to a Dirichlet series of the form $\\sum \\epsilon(n)/n^s$, with coefficients $\\epsilon(n)$ equal to 0 or 1 as n belongs or not to t...

  11. Handwritten Pattern Recognition Using Kohonen Neural Network Based on Pixel Character

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    Lulu C. Munggaran

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available Handwriting is the human way in communicating each other using written media. By the advancement in technology and development of science, there are a lot of changes of technology in terms of communication with computer through handwriting. Therefore, it is needed computer able to receive input in the form of handwriting data and able to recognize the handwriting input. Therefore, this research focuses on handwritten character recognition using Kohonen neural network. The purpose of this research is to find handwriting recognition algorithm which can receive handwriting input and recognize handwritten character directly inputted in computer using Kohonen neural network. This method studies the distribution of a set of patterns without any class information. The basic idea of this technique is understood from how human brain stores images/patterns that have been recognized through eyes, and then able to reveal the images/patterns back. This research has been successful in developing an application to recognize handwritten characters using Kohonen neural network method, and it has been tested. The application is personal computer based and using a canvas as input media. The recognition process consist of 3 stages layer: Input layer, Training Layer and Hidden Layer. The Kohonen neural network method on handwritten character recognition application has good similarity level of character patterns in character mapping process.

  12. A neurally inspired musical instrument classification system based upon the sound onset.

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    Newton, Michael J; Smith, Leslie S

    2012-06-01

    Physiological evidence suggests that sound onset detection in the auditory system may be performed by specialized neurons as early as the cochlear nucleus. Psychoacoustic evidence shows that the sound onset can be important for the recognition of musical sounds. Here the sound onset is used in isolation to form tone descriptors for a musical instrument classification task. The task involves 2085 isolated musical tones from the McGill dataset across five instrument categories. A neurally inspired tone descriptor is created using a model of the auditory system's response to sound onset. A gammatone filterbank and spiking onset detectors, built from dynamic synapses and leaky integrate-and-fire neurons, create parallel spike trains that emphasize the sound onset. These are coded as a descriptor called the onset fingerprint. Classification uses a time-domain neural network, the echo state network. Reference strategies, based upon mel-frequency cepstral coefficients, evaluated either over the whole tone or only during the sound onset, provide context to the method. Classification success rates for the neurally-inspired method are around 75%. The cepstral methods perform between 73% and 76%. Further testing with tones from the Iowa MIS collection shows that the neurally inspired method is considerably more robust when tested with data from an unrelated dataset. PMID:22712950

  13. Convolutional neural network based sensor fusion for forward looking ground penetrating radar

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    Sakaguchi, Rayn; Crosskey, Miles; Chen, David; Walenz, Brett; Morton, Kenneth

    2016-05-01

    Forward looking ground penetrating radar (FLGPR) is an alternative buried threat sensing technology designed to offer additional standoff compared to downward looking GPR systems. Due to additional flexibility in antenna configurations, FLGPR systems can accommodate multiple sensor modalities on the same platform that can provide complimentary information. The different sensor modalities present challenges in both developing informative feature extraction methods, and fusing sensor information in order to obtain the best discrimination performance. This work uses convolutional neural networks in order to jointly learn features across two sensor modalities and fuse the information in order to distinguish between target and non-target regions. This joint optimization is possible by modifying the traditional image-based convolutional neural network configuration to extract data from multiple sources. The filters generated by this process create a learned feature extraction method that is optimized to provide the best discrimination performance when fused. This paper presents the results of applying convolutional neural networks and compares these results to the use of fusion performed with a linear classifier. This paper also compares performance between convolutional neural networks architectures to show the benefit of fusing the sensor information in different ways.

  14. NEURAL TUBE DEFECTS PREVALENCE IN A HOSPITAL-BASED STUDY IN URMIA

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    I. Abdi Rad

    2008-10-01

    Full Text Available AbstractObjectiveNeural tube defects including anencephaly, encephalocele, and spina bifida are major congenital malformations with multifactorial etiology, and with a great variation in their prevalence in different populations. The study on the prevalence of these malformations may be helpful in planning strategies for their prevention. The aim of this epidemiologic descriptive study was to determine the prevalence of neural tube defects and to describe their birth characteristics in Motahhari hospital, Urmia, West Azerbaijan.Materials and MethodsA cross-section observational study was carried on the hospital-based charts of consecutive 13997 live-births and 124 stillbirths during the period January 2001 through June 2005. The defects categorized based on the domains of anencephaly, spina bifida, and encephalocele according to standard definitions.ResultsDuring this period, 117 cases were detected with neural tube defects, giving an overall  prevalence of 8.29/1000. Of 117 cases, 81 (69.23% cases were seen among stillbirths and 36 (30.77% cases among live-births, that is, the prevalence of neural tube defects for stillbirths and live-births were 653.2/1000 and 2.57/1000 respectively. The yearly prevalence varies between 6.99/1000 and 9.82/1000 over the 4.5-year period. The major lesion was  anencephaly with prevalence of 5.52/1000 (66.67% of all neural tube defects. Approximately, two-thirds (66.09% of cases were found in females. Weights of 73.36% of anencephalic cases wereless than 1000 grams.ConclusionIn this study, the prevalence of neural tube defects is among the highest reported rates. There was a significance difference in the prevalence of anencephaly, as the most prevalent NTD, between live-births and stillbirths. These findings may necessitate an intensive approach to periconceptional folic acid supplementation as a possible strategy to reduce the prevalence of these defects. Keywords: Prevalence, Neural Tube Defects, Anencephaly

  15. Neural computation of visual imaging based on Kronecker product in the primary visual cortex

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    Guozheng Yao

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background What kind of neural computation is actually performed by the primary visual cortex and how is this represented mathematically at the system level? It is an important problem in the visual information processing, but has not been well answered. In this paper, according to our understanding of retinal organization and parallel multi-channel topographical mapping between retina and primary visual cortex V1, we divide an image into orthogonal and orderly array of image primitives (or patches, in which each patch will evoke activities of simple cells in V1. From viewpoint of information processing, this activated process, essentially, involves optimal detection and optimal matching of receptive fields of simple cells with features contained in image patches. For the reconstruction of the visual image in the visual cortex V1 based on the principle of minimum mean squares error, it is natural to use the inner product expression in neural computation, which then is transformed into matrix form. Results The inner product is carried out by using Kronecker product between patches and function architecture (or functional column in localized and oriented neural computing. Compared with Fourier Transform, the mathematical description of Kronecker product is simple and intuitive, so is the algorithm more suitable for neural computation of visual cortex V1. Results of computer simulation based on two-dimensional Gabor pyramid wavelets show that the theoretical analysis and the proposed model are reasonable. Conclusions Our results are: 1. The neural computation of the retinal image in cortex V1 can be expressed to Kronecker product operation and its matrix form, this algorithm is implemented by the inner operation between retinal image primitives and primary visual cortex's column. It has simple, efficient and robust features, which is, therefore, such a neural algorithm, which can be completed by biological vision. 2. It is more suitable

  16. Exponential Stabilization of Memristor-based Chaotic Neural Networks with Time-Varying Delays via Intermittent Control.

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    Zhang, Guodong; Shen, Yi

    2015-07-01

    This paper is concerned with the global exponential stabilization of memristor-based chaotic neural networks with both time-varying delays and general activation functions. Here, we adopt nonsmooth analysis and control theory to handle memristor-based chaotic neural networks with discontinuous right-hand side. In particular, several new sufficient conditions ensuring exponential stabilization of memristor-based chaotic neural networks are obtained via periodically intermittent control. In addition, the proposed results here are easy to verify and they also extend the earlier publications. Finally, numerical simulations illustrate the effectiveness of the obtained results. PMID:25148672

  17. Neural-based machine translation for medical text domain. Based on European Medicines Agency leaflet texts

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    Wołk, Krzysztof; Marasek, Krzysztof

    2015-01-01

    The quality of machine translation is rapidly evolving. Today one can find several machine translation systems on the web that provide reasonable translations, although the systems are not perfect. In some specific domains, the quality may decrease. A recently proposed approach to this domain is neural machine translation. It aims at building a jointly-tuned single neural network that maximizes translation performance, a very different approach from traditional statistical machine translation...

  18. Chinese Song Iambics Generation with Neural Attention-based Model

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    Wang, Qixin; Luo, Tianyi; Wang, Dong; Xing, Chao

    2016-01-01

    Learning and generating Chinese poems is a charming yet challenging task. Traditional approaches involve various language modeling and machine translation techniques, however, they perform not as well when generating poems with complex pattern constraints, for example Song iambics, a famous type of poems that involve variable-length sentences and strict rhythmic patterns. This paper applies the attention-based sequence-to-sequence model to generate Chinese Song iambics. Specifically, we encod...

  19. Aspect-based Opinion Summarization with Convolutional Neural Networks

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    Wu, Haibing; Gu, Yiwei; Sun, Shangdi; Gu, Xiaodong

    2015-01-01

    This paper considers Aspect-based Opinion Summarization (AOS) of reviews on particular products. To enable real applications, an AOS system needs to address two core subtasks, aspect extraction and sentiment classification. Most existing approaches to aspect extraction, which use linguistic analysis or topic modeling, are general across different products but not precise enough or suitable for particular products. Instead we take a less general but more precise scheme, directly mapping each r...

  20. A Neural Networks Based Operation Guidance System for Procedure Presentation and Validation

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    In this paper, a neural network based operator support system is proposed to reduce operator's errors in abnormal situations in nuclear power plants (NPPs). There are many complicated situations, in which regular and suitable operations should be done by operators accordingly. In order to regulate and validate operators' operations, it is necessary to develop an operator support system which includes computer based procedures with the functions for operation validation. Many computerized procedures systems (CPS) have been recently developed. Focusing on the human machine interface (HMI) design and procedures' computerization, most of CPSs used various methodologies to enhance system's convenience, reliability and accessibility. Other than only showing procedures, the proposed system integrates a simple CPS and an operation validation system (OVS) by using artificial neural network (ANN) for operational permission and quantitative evaluation

  1. Decoherence and Entanglement Simulation in a Model of Quantum Neural Network Based on Quantum Dots

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    Altaisky Mikhail V.

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available We present the results of the simulation of a quantum neural network based on quantum dots using numerical method of path integral calculation. In the proposed implementation of the quantum neural network using an array of single-electron quantum dots with dipole-dipole interaction, the coherence is shown to survive up to 0.1 nanosecond in time and up to the liquid nitrogen temperature of 77K.We study the quantum correlations between the quantum dots by means of calculation of the entanglement of formation in a pair of quantum dots on the GaAs based substrate with dot size of 100 ÷ 101 nanometer and interdot distance of 101 ÷ 102 nanometers order.

  2. Decoherence and Entanglement Simulation in a Model of Quantum Neural Network Based on Quantum Dots

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    Altaisky, Mikhail V.; Zolnikova, Nadezhda N.; Kaputkina, Natalia E.; Krylov, Victor A.; Lozovik, Yurii E.; Dattani, Nikesh S.

    2016-02-01

    We present the results of the simulation of a quantum neural network based on quantum dots using numerical method of path integral calculation. In the proposed implementation of the quantum neural network using an array of single-electron quantum dots with dipole-dipole interaction, the coherence is shown to survive up to 0.1 nanosecond in time and up to the liquid nitrogen temperature of 77K.We study the quantum correlations between the quantum dots by means of calculation of the entanglement of formation in a pair of quantum dots on the GaAs based substrate with dot size of 100 ÷ 101 nanometer and interdot distance of 101 ÷ 102 nanometers order.

  3. Stability analysis of memristor-based fractional-order neural networks with different memductance functions.

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    Rakkiyappan, R; Velmurugan, G; Cao, Jinde

    2015-04-01

    In this paper, the problem of the existence, uniqueness and uniform stability of memristor-based fractional-order neural networks (MFNNs) with two different types of memductance functions is extensively investigated. Moreover, we formulate the complex-valued memristor-based fractional-order neural networks (CVMFNNs) with two different types of memductance functions and analyze the existence, uniqueness and uniform stability of such networks. By using Banach contraction principle and analysis technique, some sufficient conditions are obtained to ensure the existence, uniqueness and uniform stability of the considered MFNNs and CVMFNNs with two different types of memductance functions. The analysis results establish from the theory of fractional-order differential equations with discontinuous right-hand sides. Finally, four numerical examples are presented to show the effectiveness of our theoretical results. PMID:25861402

  4. Complete Periodic Synchronization of Memristor-Based Neural Networks with Time-Varying Delays

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    Huaiqin Wu

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper investigates the complete periodic synchronization of memristor-based neural networks with time-varying delays. Firstly, under the framework of Filippov solutions, by using M-matrix theory and the Mawhin-like coincidence theorem in set-valued analysis, the existence of the periodic solution for the network system is proved. Secondly, complete periodic synchronization is considered for memristor-based neural networks. According to the state-dependent switching feature of the memristor, the error system is divided into four cases. Adaptive controller is designed such that the considered model can realize global asymptotical synchronization. Finally, an illustrative example is given to demonstrate the validity of the theoretical results.

  5. Establishment of constitutive relationship model for 2519 aluminum alloy based on BP artificial neural network

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    LIN Qi-quan; PENG Da-shu; ZHU Yuan-zhi

    2005-01-01

    An isothermal compressive experiment using Gleeble 1500 thermal simulator was studied to acquire flow stress at different deformation temperatures, strains and strain rates. The artificial neural networks with the error back propagation(BP) algorithm was used to establish constitutive model of 2519 aluminum alloy based on the experiment data. The model results show that the systematical error is small(δ=3.3%) when the value of objective function is 0.2, the number of nodes in the hidden layer is 5 and the learning rate is 0.1. Flow stresses of the material under various thermodynamic conditions are predicted by the neural network model, and the predicted results correspond with the experimental results. A knowledge-based constitutive relation model is developed.

  6. Hardware-based artificial neural networks for size, weight, and power constrained platforms

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    Wysocki, B. T.; McDonald, N. R.; Thiem, C. D.

    2014-05-01

    A fully parallel, silicon-based artificial neural network (CM1K) built on zero instruction set computer (ZISC) technology was used for change detection and object identification in video data. Fundamental pattern recognition capabilities were demonstrated with reduced neuron numbers utilizing only a few, or in some cases one, neuron per category. This simplified approach was used to validate the utility of few neuron networks for use in applications that necessitate severe size, weight, and power (SWaP) restrictions. The limited resource requirements and massively parallel nature of hardware-based artificial neural networks (ANNs) make them superior to many software approaches in resource limited systems, such as micro-UAVs, mobile sensor platforms, and pocket-sized robots.

  7. Evolution of an artificial neural network based autonomous land vehicle controller.

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    Baluja, S

    1996-01-01

    This paper presents an evolutionary method for creating an artificial neural network based autonomous land vehicle controller. The evolved controllers perform better in unseen situations than those trained with an error backpropagation learning algorithm designed for this task. In this paper, an overview of the previous connectionist based approaches to this task is given, and the evolutionary algorithms used in this study are described in detail. Methods for reducing the high computational costs of training artificial neural networks with evolutionary algorithms are explored. Error metrics specific to the task of autonomous vehicle control are introduced; the evolutionary algorithms guided by these error metrics reveal improved performance over those guided by the standard sum-squared error metric. Finally, techniques for integrating evolutionary search and error backpropagation are presented. The evolved networks are designed to control Carnegie Mellon University's NAVLAB vehicles in road following tasks. PMID:18263046

  8. Habituation-based mechanism for encoding temporal information in artificial neural networks

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    Stiles, Bryan W.; Ghosh, Joydeep

    1995-04-01

    A novel neural network is proposed for the dynamic classification of spatio-temporal signals. The network is designed to classify signals of different durations, taking into account correlations among different signal segments. Such a network is applicable to SONAR and speech signal classification problems, among others. Network parameters are adapted based on the biologically observed habituation mechanism. This allows the storage of contextual information, without a substantial increase in network complexity. Experiments on classification of high dimensional feature vectors obtained from Banzhaf sonograms, demonstrate that the proposed network performs better than time delay neural networks while using a less complex structure. A mathematical justification of the capabilities of the habituation based mechanism is also provided.

  9. Neural Net Back Propagation and Software Effort Estimation: A comparison based perspective

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    Syed Ali Abbas

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available In order to achieve accurate estimates a number of contributors proposed and validated several algorithmic estimation techniques to eradicate or reduce the issue of misleading estimates. However, these least square regression based algorithmic techniques are considered vulnerable while dealing with complex non-linearity in variables. In this article we present the main findings of few research papers that have utilized a non-linear approach, neural networks back propagation (in some cases amalgamated with other computational intelligence technique, in software estimation for estimation purposes. The selection of these research papers was similarity among them based on the use of back propagation neural net for prediction of effort and comparisons among the results produced by statistical approaches like Magnitude of Relative Error, Mean Magnitude of Relative Error, Coefficient of determination and pred(l.

  10. Neural network approximation of nonlinearity in laser nano-metrology system based on TLMI

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    Olyaee, Saeed; Hamedi, Samaneh, E-mail: s_olyaee@srttu.edu [Nano-photonics and Optoelectronics Research Laboratory (NORLab), Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University (SRTTU), Lavizan, 16788, Tehran (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

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    In this paper, an approach based on neural network (NN) for nonlinearity modeling in a nano-metrology system using three-longitudinal-mode laser heterodyne interferometer (TLMI) for length and displacement measurements is presented. We model nonlinearity errors that arise from elliptically and non-orthogonally polarized laser beams, rotational error in the alignment of laser head with respect to the polarizing beam splitter, rotational error in the alignment of the mixing polarizer, and unequal transmission coefficients in the polarizing beam splitter. Here we use a neural network algorithm based on the multi-layer perceptron (MLP) network. The simulation results show that multi-layer feed forward perceptron network is successfully applicable to real noisy interferometer signals.

  11. Neural network approximation of nonlinearity in laser nano-metrology system based on TLMI

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    In this paper, an approach based on neural network (NN) for nonlinearity modeling in a nano-metrology system using three-longitudinal-mode laser heterodyne interferometer (TLMI) for length and displacement measurements is presented. We model nonlinearity errors that arise from elliptically and non-orthogonally polarized laser beams, rotational error in the alignment of laser head with respect to the polarizing beam splitter, rotational error in the alignment of the mixing polarizer, and unequal transmission coefficients in the polarizing beam splitter. Here we use a neural network algorithm based on the multi-layer perceptron (MLP) network. The simulation results show that multi-layer feed forward perceptron network is successfully applicable to real noisy interferometer signals.

  12. Optimization of a neural network based direct inverse control for controlling a quadrotor unmanned aerial vehicle

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    Heryanto M Ary

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available UAVs are mostly used for surveillance, inspection and data acquisition. We have developed a Quadrotor UAV that is constructed based on a four motors with a lift-generating propeller at each motors. In this paper, we discuss the development of a quadrotor and its neural networks direct inverse control model using the actual flight data. To obtain a better performance of the control system of the UAV, we proposed an Optimized Direct Inverse controller based on re-training the neural networks with the new data generated from optimal maneuvers of the quadrotor. Through simulation of the quadrotor using the developed DIC and Optimized DIC model, results show that both models have the ability to stabilize the quadrotor with a good tracking performance. The optimized DIC model, however, has shown a better performance, especially in the settling time parameter.

  13. Artificial neural network based fault identification scheme implementation for a three-phase induction motor.

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    Kolla, Sri R; Altman, Shawn D

    2007-04-01

    This paper presents results from the implementation and testing of a PC based monitoring and fault identification scheme for a three-phase induction motor using artificial neural networks (ANNs). To accomplish the task, a hardware system is designed and built to acquire three-phase voltages and currents from a 1/3 HP squirrel-cage, three-phase induction motor. A software program is written to read the voltages and currents, which are first used to train a feed-forward neural network structure using the JavaNNS program. The trained network is placed in a LabVIEW based program formula node that monitors the voltages and currents online and displays the fault conditions and turns the motor off. The complete system is successfully tested in real time by creating different faults on the motor. PMID:17336306

  14. Gene identification and analysis: an application of neural network-based information fusion

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    Matis, S.; Xu, Y.; Shah, M.B.; Mural, R.J.; Einstein, J.R.; Uberbacher, E.C.

    1996-10-01

    Identifying genes within large regions of uncharacterized DNA is a difficult undertaking and is currently the focus of many research efforts. We describe a gene localization and modeling system called GRAIL. GRAIL is a multiple sensor-neural network based system. It localizes genes in anonymous DNA sequence by recognizing gene features related to protein-coding slice sites, and then combines the recognized features using a neural network system. Localized coding regions are then optimally parsed into a gene mode. RNA polymerase II promoters can also be predicted. Through years of extensive testing, GRAIL consistently localizes about 90 percent of coding portions of test genes with a false positive rate of about 10 percent. A number of genes for major genetic diseases have been located through the use of GRAIL, and over 1000 research laboratories worldwide use GRAIL on regular bases for localization of genes on their newly sequenced DNA.

  15. Training a Feed-Forward Neural Network with Artificial Bee Colony based Backpropagation Method

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    Sudarshan Nandy

    2012-09-01

    Full Text Available Back-propagation algorithm is one of the most widely used and popular techniques to optimize the feedforward neural network training. Nature inspired meta-heuristic algorithms also provide derivative-freesolution to optimize complex problem. Artificial bee colony algorithm is a nature inspired meta-heuristicalgorithm, mimicking the foraging or food source searching behaviour of bees in a bee colony and thisalgorithm is implemented in several applications for an improved optimized outcome. The proposedmethod in this paper includes an improved artificial bee colony algorithm based back-propagation neuralnetwork training method for fast and improved convergence rate of the hybrid neural network learningmethod. The result is analysed with the genetic algorithm based back-propagation method, and it isanother hybridized procedure of its kind. Analysis is performed over standard data sets, reflecting the lightof efficiency of proposed method in terms of convergence speed and rate.

  16. The Neural Bases of the Semantic Interference of Spatial Frequency-based Information in Scenes.

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    Kauffmann, Louise; Bourgin, Jessica; Guyader, Nathalie; Peyrin, Carole

    2015-12-01

    Current models of visual perception suggest that during scene categorization, low spatial frequencies (LSF) are processed rapidly and activate plausible interpretations of visual input. This coarse analysis would then be used to guide subsequent processing of high spatial frequencies (HSF). The present fMRI study examined how processing of LSF may influence that of HSF by investigating the neural bases of the semantic interference effect. We used hybrid scenes as stimuli by combining LSF and HSF from two different scenes, and participants had to categorize the HSF scene. Categorization was impaired when LSF and HSF scenes were semantically dissimilar, suggesting that the LSF scene was processed automatically and interfered with categorization of the HSF scene. fMRI results revealed that this semantic interference effect was associated with increased activation in the inferior frontal gyrus, the superior parietal lobules, and the fusiform and parahippocampal gyri. Furthermore, a connectivity analysis (psychophysiological interaction) revealed that the semantic interference effect resulted in increasing connectivity between the right fusiform and the right inferior frontal gyri. Results support influential models suggesting that, during scene categorization, LSF information is processed rapidly in the pFC and activates plausible interpretations of the scene category. These coarse predictions would then initiate top-down influences on recognition-related areas of the inferotemporal cortex, and these could interfere with the categorization of HSF information in case of semantic dissimilarity to LSF. PMID:26244724

  17. Parallel implicit unstructured grid Euler solvers

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    Venkatakrishnan, V.

    1994-01-01

    A mesh-vertex finite volume scheme for solving the Euler equations on triangular unstructured meshes is implemented on a multiple-instruction/multiple-data stream parallel computer. An explicit four-stage Runge-Kutta scheme is used to solve two-dimensional flow problems. A family of implicit schemes is also developed to solve these problems, where the linear system that arises at each time step is solved by a preconditioned GMRES algorithm. Two partitioning strategies are employed: one that partitions triangles and the other that partitions vertices. The choice of the preconditioner in a distributed memory setting is discussed. All of the methods are compared both in terms of elapsed times and convergence rates. It is shown that the implicit schemes offer adequate parallelism at the expense of minimal sequential overhead. The use of a global coarse grid to further minimize this overhead is also investigated. The schemes are implemented on a distributed memory parallel computer, the Intel iPSC/860.

  18. Vocabulary acquisition and verbal short-term memory: computational and neural bases.

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    Gupta, P; MacWhinney, B

    1997-09-01

    In this paper, we explore the hypothesis that human vocabulary acquisition processes and verbal short-term memory abilities utilize a common cognitive and neural system. We begin by reviewing behavioral evidence for a shared set of processes. Next, we examine what the computational bases of such a shared system might be and how vocabulary acquisition and verbal short-term memory might be related in mechanistic terms. We examine existing computational models of vocabulary acquisition and of verbal short-term memory, concluding that they fail to adequately relate these two domains. We then propose an alternative model which accounts not only for the relationship between word learning and verbal short-term memory, but also for a wide range of phenomena in verbal short-term memory. Furthermore, this new account provides a clear statement of the relationship between the proposed system and mechanisms of language processing more generally. We then consider possible neural substrates for this cognitive system. We begin by reviewing what is known of the neural substrates of speech processing and outline a conceptual framework within which a variety of seemingly contradictory neurophysiological and neuropsychological findings can be accommodated. The linkage of the shared system for vocabulary acquisition and verbal short-term memory to neural areas specifically involved in speech processing lends further support to our functional-level identification of the mechanisms of vocabulary acquisition and verbal short-term memory with those of language processing. The present work thus relates vocabulary acquisition and verbal short-term memory to each other and to speech processing, at a cognitive, computational, and neural level. PMID:9299067

  19. Neural network based system for script identification in Indian documents

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    S Basavaraj Patil; N V Subbareddy

    2002-02-01

    The paper describes a neural network-based script identification system which can be used in the machine reading of documents written in English, Hindi and Kannada language scripts. Script identification is a basic requirement in automation of document processing, in multi-script, multi-lingual environments. The system developed includes a feature extractor and a modular neural network. The feature extractor consists of two stages. In the first stage the document image is dilated using 3 × 3 masks in horizontal, vertical, right diagonal, and left diagonal directions. In the next stage, average pixel distribution is found in these resulting images. The modular network is a combination of separately trained feedforward neural network classifiers for each script. The system recognizes 64 × 64 pixel document images. In the next level, the system is modified to perform on single word-document images in the same three scripts. Modified system includes a pre-processor, modified feature extractor and probabilistic neural network classifier. Pre-processor segments the multi-script multi-lingual document into individual words. The feature extractor receives these word-document images of variable size and still produces the discriminative features employed by the probabilistic neural classifier. Experiments are conducted on a manually developed database of document images of size 64 × 64 pixels and on a database of individual words in the three scripts. The results are very encouraging and prove the effectiveness of the approach.

  20. Remote-Sensing Image Classification Based on an Improved Probabilistic Neural Network

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    Lenan Wu; Nabil Neggaz; Shuihua Wang; Geng Wei; Yudong Zhang

    2009-01-01

    This paper proposes a hybrid classifier for polarimetric SAR images. The feature sets consist of span image, the H/A/α decomposition, and the GLCM-based texture features. Then, a probabilistic neural network (PNN) was adopted for classification, and a novel algorithm proposed to enhance its performance. Principle component analysis (PCA) was chosen to reduce feature dimensions, random division to reduce the number of neurons, and Brent’s search (BS) to find the optimal bias values. The result...