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TSK-Streams: Learning TSK Fuzzy Systems on Data Streams

by   Ammar Shaker, et al.
Universität Paderborn
NEC Corp.

The problem of adaptive learning from evolving and possibly non-stationary data streams has attracted a lot of interest in machine learning in the recent past, and also stimulated research in related fields, such as computational intelligence and fuzzy systems. In particular, several rule-based methods for the incremental induction of regression models have been proposed. In this paper, we develop a method that combines the strengths of two existing approaches rooted in different learning paradigms. More concretely, our method adopts basic principles of the state-of-the-art learning algorithm AMRules and enriches them by the representational advantages of fuzzy rules. In a comprehensive experimental study, TSK-Streams is shown to be highly competitive in terms of performance.


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