Genetic Algorithm Based Feature Selection In a Recognition Scheme Using Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Techniques
AbstractThe problem of feature selection consists of finding a significant feature subset of input training as well as test patterns that enable to describe all information required to classify a particular pattern. In present paper we focus in this particular problem which plays a key role in machine learning problems. In fact, before building a model for feature selection, our goal is to identify and to reject the features that degrade the classification performance of a classifier. This is especially true when the available input feature space is very large, and need exists to develop an efficient searching algorithm to combine these features spaces to a few significant one which are capable to represent that particular class. Presently, authors have described two approaches for combining the large feature spaces to efficient numbers using Genetic Algorithm and Fuzzy Clustering techniques. Finally the classification of patterns has been achieved using adaptive neuro-fuzzy techniques. The aim of entire work is to implement the recognition scheme for classification of tumor lesions appearing in human brain as space occupying lesions identified by CT and MR images. A part of the work has been presented in this paper. The proposed model indicates a promising direction for adaptation in a changing environment.
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