AdaBoost-assisted Extreme Learning Machine for Efficient Online Sequential Classification

09/16/2019
by   Yi-Ta Chen, et al.
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In this paper, we propose an AdaBoost-assisted extreme learning machine for efficient online sequential classification (AOS-ELM). In order to achieve better accuracy in online sequential learning scenarios, we utilize the cost-sensitive algorithm-AdaBoost, which diversifying the weak classifiers, and adding the forgetting mechanism, which stabilizing the performance during the training procedure. Hence, AOS-ELM adapts better to sequentially arrived data compared with other voting based methods. The experiment results show AOS-ELM can achieve 94.41 bound performed by an original batch learning algorithm, AdaBoost-ELM. Moreover, with the forgetting mechanism, the standard deviation of accuracy during the online sequential learning process is reduced to 8.26x.

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