Performance of Inductive Method of Model Self-Organization with Incomplete Model and Noisy Data

Natalia Ponomareva, Mikhail Alexandrov, Alexander Gelbukh
2008 2008 Seventh Mexican International Conference on Artificial Intelligence  
Inductive method of model self-organization (IMMSO) developed in 80s by A. Ivakhnenko is an evolutionary machine learning algorithm, which allows selecting a model of optimal complexity that describes or explains a limited number of observation data when any a priori information is absent or is highly insufficient. In this paper, we study the performance of IMMSO to reveal a model in a given class with different volumes of data, contributions of unaccounted components, and levels of noise. As a
more » ... vels of noise. As a simple case study, we consider artificial observation data: the sum of a quadratic parabola and cosine; model class under consideration is a polynomial series. The results are interpreted in the terms of signal-noise ratio.
doi:10.1109/micai.2008.72 fatcat:b54lkrfyezf6fkrm5rlq67grue