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Extreme learning machine (ELM), which was originally proposed for "generalized" single-hidden layer feedforward neural networks (SLFNs), provides efficient unified learning solutions for the applications of feature learning, clustering, regression and classification. Different from the common understanding and tenet that hidden neurons of neural networks(More)
Extreme learning machine (ELM) was initially proposed for single-hidden-layer feedforward neural networks (SLFNs). In the hidden layer (feature mapping), nodes are randomly generated independently of training data. Furthermore, a unified ELM was proposed, providing a single framework to simplify and unify different learning methods, such as SLFNs, least(More)
Monitoring the presence of occupants in a room in a timely manner is a fundamental step for effective building management. Environmental sensor networks have the advantages of high cost-efficiency and non-intrusiveness on privacy and are very suitable for room occupancy detection. Nonlinear discriminative models, e.g., support vector machine and neural(More)
Generic object recognition is the classification of an individual object to a generic category. Intra-class variabilities, such as different objects of the same category, different poses and lighting conditions, cause big troubles for this task. Traditional methods involve plenty of pre-processing steps, such as shape model construction, extraction of(More)
Big dimensional data is a growing trend that is emerging in many real world contexts, extending from web mining, gene expression analysis, protein-protein interaction to high-frequency financial data. Nowadays, there is a growing consensus that the increasing dimensionality poses impeding effects on the performances of classifiers, which is termed as the(More)
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