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By Ignacio Rojas, Gonzalo Joya, Joan Cabestany
This two-volume set LNCS 7902 and 7903 constitutes the refereed complaints of the twelfth foreign Work-Conference on synthetic Neural Networks, IWANN 2013, held in Puerto de los angeles Cruz, Tenerife, Spain, in June 2013. The 116 revised papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from various submissions for presentation in volumes. The papers discover sections on mathematical and theoretical tools in computational intelligence, neurocomputational formulations, studying and model emulation of cognitive capabilities, bio-inspired platforms and neuro-engineering, complicated themes in computational intelligence and functions
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This closed form allows for fast computation of the Mean Square Error and hence of the output weights β, making the OP-ELM still computationally eﬃcient and more robust than the original ELM to irrelevant/ correlated variables. Hence, the OP-ELM can be seen as a “regularized” ELM, by the use of a LARS approach, which is a L1 penalty on a regression problem, here. Meanwhile, the decision over the final number of neurons to retain (by a LOO criterion) has shown potential instabilities (numerically), due to the nature of the matrix operations performed in the PRESS formula (see section 4 for these calculations).
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