Artificial neural networks - methodological advances and by Kenji Suzuki, editor

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1. Incremental search strategies tend to dominate filter designs, since the relevance measure is usually a bivariate statistic, which necessitates evaluating each candidate-output relationship. Currently, two broad classes of filters have been considered: those based on linear correlation; and those based on information theoretic measures, such as mutual information. 1 Rank correlation Arguably the most commonly used relevance measure in multivariate statistics is the Pearson correlation. The Pearson correlation (also called linear correlation, or cross-correlation), R, is defined by R XY = ∑in=1 ( xi − x¯ )(yi − y¯ ) ∑in=1 ( xi − x¯ )2 ∑in=1 (yi − y¯ )2 (7) where R XY is the short-hand notation for R( X, Y ).

Computational Effort. The immediately obvious effect of including a greater number of input variables is that the size of an ANN increases, which increases the computational burden associated with querying the network—a significant influence in determining the speed of training. In the case of the multilayer perceptron (MLP), the input layer will have an increased number of incoming connection weights. In the case of kernel-based generalised regression neural network (GRNN) and radial basis function (RBF) networks, the computation of distance to prototype vectors is more expensive due to higher dimensionality.

ANN models may be specified with insufficient, or uninformative input variables (under-specified); or more inputs than is strictly necessary (over-specified), due to the inclusion of superfluous variables that are uninformative, weakly informative, or redundant. Defining what constitutes an optimal set of ANN input variables first requires some consideration of the impact that the choice of input variables has on model performance. The following arguments summarise the key considerations: • Relevance.

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