Putting the utility of Match Tracking in Fuzzy ARTMAP training to the test
Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence
An integral component of Fuzzy ARTMAP's training phase is the use of Match Tracking (MT), whose functionality is to search for an appropriate category that will correctly classify a presented training pattern in case this particular pattern was originally misclassified. In this paper we explain the MT's role in detail, why it actually works and finally we put its usefulness to the test by comparing it to the simpler, faster alternative of not using MT at all during training. Finally, we present a series of experimental results that eventually raise questions about the MT's utility. More specifically, we show that in the absence of MT the resulting, trained FAM networks are of reasonable size and exhibit better generalization performance.
Knowledge-Based Intellignet Information and Engineering Systems, Pt 2, Proceedings
"Putting the utility of Match Tracking in Fuzzy ARTMAP training to the test" (2003). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 3594.