Adaptive and Natural Computing Algorithms: 10th by Dominik Olszewski (auth.), Andrej Dobnikar, Uroš Lotrič,

By Dominik Olszewski (auth.), Andrej Dobnikar, Uroš Lotrič, Branko à ter (eds.)

The two-volume set LNCS 6593 and 6594 constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the tenth overseas convention on Adaptive and common Computing Algorithms, ICANNGA 2010, held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, in April 2010. The eighty three revised complete papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of one hundred forty four submissions. the second one quantity comprises forty-one papers equipped in topical sections on development popularity and studying, gentle computing, platforms conception, help vector machines, and bioinformatics.

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6. The neural network successfully models dXorBin and correctly predicts this instance. The explanation reveals that the first three features are important and all three contribute towards 1. Figure 2 is a visualization of the global importance of features for our illustrative data set testA. Each grey/black point pair is obtained by running Algorithm 2. The mean of ψi,j samples (black points) reveals the magnitude and direction of the value’s average influence. Standard deviation of ψi,j samples (grey points) is also included for each value to reveal its global importance.

N + 1 as a new minimum value: ym = yn+1 = yr . In all other cases, that is, yr < yM − or yr > ym + , yr does not belong to the steady-state Y since it goes above the maximum tolerance value. Let us consider yr < yM − . Therefore, (Figure 2), yr < yM − ≤ ym ≤ yi ≤ yM . Hence, |yr − yM | > |yM − − yM | = . The remaining case can be proved similarly. In conclusion, a consecutive sample point yr belongs to the steady-state immediately before if yM − ≤ yr ≤ ym + such that ym and yM are the minimum and the maximum values in the state.

And, features with a symmetrical impact will be assigned equal contributions. The work described so far in this section is credited to [8] and only minor modifications were necessary to apply the method to a regression setting (in our case f is a regression model’s output, instead of a classification model’s probabilistic prediction for a given class value). 1 ˇ E. Strumbelj and I. Kononenko Approximation Algorithm Eq. 2 reflects any influence the feature might have on the prediction. However, in practice it is often impossible to calculate the Δ-terms due to the time complexity.

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