Evolving KERAS Architectures for Sensor Data Analysis

Petra Vidnerová, Roman Neruda
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems  
Deep neural networks enjoy high interest and have become the state-of-art methods in many fields of machine learning recently. Still, there is no easy way for a choice of network architecture. However, the choice of architecture can significantly influence the network performance. This work is the first step towards an automatic architecture design. We propose a genetic algorithm for an optimization of a network architecture. The algorithm is inspired by and designed directly for the Keras
more » ... for the Keras library [1] that is one of the most common implementations of deep neural networks. The target application is the prediction of air pollution based on sensor measurements. The proposed algorithm is evaluated on experiments on sensor data and compared to several fixed architectures and support vector regression.
doi:10.15439/2017f241 dblp:conf/fedcsis/VidnerovaN17 fatcat:au5zjqebvvayrj2xsxhkfje6oq