Interpretability of Computational Intelligence-Based Regression Models by Tam KeneseiInterpretability of Computational Intelligence-Based Regression Models by Tam Kenesei

Interpretability of Computational Intelligence-Based Regression Models

byTam Kenesei, János Abonyi

Paperback | November 10, 2015

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The key idea of this book is that hinging hyperplanes, neural networks and support vector machines can be transformed into fuzzy models, and interpretability of the resulting rule-based systems can be ensured by special model reduction and visualization techniques. The first part of the book deals with the identification of hinging hyperplane-based regression trees. The next part deals with the validation, visualization and structural reduction of neural networks based on the transformation of the hidden layer of the network into an additive fuzzy rule base system. Finally, based on the analogy of support vector regression and fuzzy models, a three-step model reduction algorithm is proposed to get interpretable fuzzy regression models on the basis of support vector regression.

The authors demonstrate real-world use of the algorithms with examples taken from process engineering, and they support the text with downloadable Matlab code. The book is suitable for researchers, graduate students and practitioners in the areas of computational intelligence and machine learning.

Title:Interpretability of Computational Intelligence-Based Regression ModelsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:82 pagesPublished:November 10, 2015Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319219413

ISBN - 13:9783319219417

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Table of Contents

Introduction.- Interpretability of Hinging Hyperplanes.- Interpretability of Neural Networks.- Interpretability of Support Vector Machines.- Summary.