Artificial neural networks are computational models inspired by neurobiology for enhancing and testing computational analogues of neurons. In a feedforward neural network (FFNN), data processing occurs in only one forward interconnection from the input layer to the output layer without any backward loop. Unsupervised FFNN (UFFNN) clustering has great capabilities such as inherent distributed parallel processing architectures, adjusting the interconnection weights to learn and divide data into meaningful groups with special goals, classifying related data into similar groups without using any class label, controlling noisy data and learning the types of input data values based on their weights and properties. Generally in real environments, dynamic data is high volume and dimensional, therefore, the online dynamic UFFNN clustering methods should be developed to have online incremental learning capability.
Roya Asadi received the Bachelor degree in Computer Software Engineering from Shahid Beheshti University and DPIran Co. (IBM), Tehran, Iran. Also, she obtained a Master of Computer Science (CS) in Database Systems from UPM university,and a PhD of CS in Artificial Intelligence (Neural Network) from UM university in Malaysia.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Artificial Intelligence, Neural Network, unsupervised clustering, Dynamic Learning.
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