Timothy D. Choate

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In a radial basis function (RBF) network, the RBF centers and widths can be evolved by a cooperative-competitive genetic algorithm. The set of genetic strings in one generation of the algorithm represents one REP network, not a population of competing networks. This leads to moderate computation times for the algorithm as a whole. Selection operates on(More)
An evolutionary neural network training algorithm is proposed for radial basis function (RBF) networks. The locations of basis function centers are not directly encoded in a genetic string, but are governed by space-filling curves whose parameters evolve genetically. This encoding causes each group of codetermined basis functions to evolve to fit a region(More)
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