Hybrid Generalised Additive Type-2 Fuzzy-Wavelet- Neural Network in Dynamic Data Mining

Yevgeniy Bodyanskiy, Olena Vynokurova, Iryna Pliss, Yuliia Tatarinova


In the paper, a new hybrid system of computational intelligence is proposed. This system combines the advantages of neuro-fuzzy system of Takagi-Sugeno-Kang, type-2 fuzzy logic, wavelet neural networks and generalised additive models of Hastie-Tibshirani. The proposed system has universal approximation properties and learning capability based on the experimental data sets which pertain to the neural networks and neuro-fuzzy systems; interpretability and transparency of the obtained results due to the soft computing systems and, first of all, due to type-2 fuzzy systems; possibility of effective description of local signal and process features due to the application of systems based on wavelet transform; simplicity and speed of learning process due to generalised additive models. The proposed system can be used for solving a wide class of dynamic data mining tasks, which are connected with non-stationary, nonlinear stochastic and chaotic signals. Such a system is sufficiently simple in numerical implementation and is characterised by a high speed of learning and information processing.


Computational intelligence; evolutionary computations; fuzzy neural networks; hybrid intelligent systems

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