- Volume 5 Issue 1
Performance Improvement of Polynomial Adaline by Using Dimension Reduction of Independent Variables
독립변수의 차원감소에 의한 Polynomial Adaline의 성능개선
This paper proposes an efficient method for improving the performance of polynomial adaline using the dimension reduction of independent variables. The adaptive principal component analysis is applied for reducing the dimension by extracting efficiently the features of the given independent variables. It can be solved the problems due to high dimensional input data in the polynomial adaline that the principal component analysis converts input data into set of statistically independent features. The proposed polynomial adaline has been applied to classify the patterns. The simulation results shows that the proposed polynomial adaline has better performances of the classification for test patterns, in comparison with those using the conventional polynomial adaline. Also, it is affected less by the scope of the smoothing factor.
- adaptive principal component analysis;
- polynomial adaline;
- feature extraction;
- pattern classification