Extreme Learning Machine with Multi-Agent System for Regression

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From the point of learning speed as well as generalization, Extreme Learning Machine(ELM) is widely known as an effective learning algorithm than the conventional learning methods. Basically, hidden neurons are not required in neuron alike, instead, weight is the parameter that would need to learn about the link in between output and hidden layers. The creation of an output is to integrate each independent of several ELMs. The precise approach is included in a Multi-Agent System. The novelty of ELM-MAS (extreme learning machine based multi-agent system) is put forward in the paper for solving data regression problems. The ELMs consist of two layers which are the parent agent layer and individual agent layer. The effectiveness of the ELM-MAS model is proved with some activation functions employing benchmark datasets (abalone, strike and space-ga) and real world application (Nox emission). The outcomes indicate that the proposed model is capable to attain improved results than other approaches.




Yaw, C. T., Yap, K. S., … Tan, C. H. (2019). Extreme Learning Machine with Multi-Agent System for Regression. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(2), 4149–4153. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijeat.b4922.129219

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