Active Random Noise Control using Adaptive Learning Rate Neural Networks
- Sasaki, Minoru (Department of Human and Information Systems Engineering, Gifu University) ;
- Kuribayashi, Takumi (Department of Human and Information Systems Engineering, Gifu University) ;
- Ito, Satoshi (Department of Human and Information Systems Engineering, Gifu University)
- Published : 2005.06.02
In this paper an active random noise control using adaptive learning rate neural networks is presented. The adaptive learning rate strategy increases the learning rate by a small constant if the current partial derivative of the objective function with respect to the weight and the exponential average of the previous derivatives have the same sign, otherwise the learning rate is decreased by a proportion of its value. The use of an adaptive learning rate attempts to keep the learning step size as large as possible without leading to oscillation. It is expected that a cost function minimize rapidly and training time is decreased. Numerical simulations and experiments of active random noise control with the transfer function of the error path will be performed, to validate the convergence properties of the adaptive learning rate Neural Networks. Control results show that adaptive learning rate Neural Networks control structure can outperform linear controllers and conventional neural network controller for the active random noise control.