Nabil Benoudjit

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Radial basis function networks are usually trained according to a three-stage procedure. In the literature, many papers are devoted to the estimation of the position of Gaussian kernels, as well as the computation of the weights. Meanwhile, very few focus on the estimation of the kernel widths. In this paper, first, we develop a heuristic to optimize the(More)
RBFN (Radial-Basis Function Networks) represent an attractive alternative to other neural network models. Their learning is usually split into an unsupervised part, where center and widths of the basis functions are set, and a linear supervised part for weight computation. Although available literature on RBFN learning widely covers how basis function(More)
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