BISC Seminar, 14 February 1997, 310 Soda Hall, 4-5:00pm

Michael Lee (leem@cs.berkeley.edu)
Mon, 10 Feb 1997 10:40:13 +0100


Fuzzy and multi-agents models: from universality to feasibility

BISC Seminar

Antoine Duchateau
Iridia - ULB
cp 194/6
50, av. Franklin Roosevelt
1150 Bruxelles
tel: 650 27 12
fax: 650 27 15
eMail: aduchate@ulb.ac.be

14 February 1997
310 Soda Hall
4:00-5:00pm

Abstract:

The problem of regression has became fundamental in the fuzzy
and neural community. Several models have been developed
(ANFIS, MLP, Mixture of Experts, ...) with more or less
success. All these models can be classified on the basis of the
assumptions they do on the data. The aim of this talk will be to
emphasize the duality between the number of assumptions on
the data and the difficulty of the optimization process. New kinds
of multi-agents structures and improved techniques of
optimization will be presented.

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Michael A. Lee
Berkeley Initiative in Soft Computing
387 Soda Hall                                      Tel: +1-510-642-9827
Computer Science Division                          Fax: +1-510-642-5775
University of California                    Email: leem@cs.berkeley.edu
Berkeley, CA 94720-1776 USA       WWW: http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~leem
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