A BCM Theory of Meta-Plasticity for Online Self-Reorganizing Fuzzy-Associative Learning

@article{Tan2010ABT,
  title={A BCM Theory of Meta-Plasticity for Online Self-Reorganizing Fuzzy-Associative Learning},
  author={Javan Tan and Hiok Chai Quek},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks},
  year={2010},
  volume={21},
  pages={985-1003}
}
Self-organizing neurofuzzy approaches have matured in their online learning of fuzzy-associative structures under time-invariant conditions. To maximize their operative value for online reasoning, these self-sustaining mechanisms must also be able to reorganize fuzzy-associative knowledge in real-time dynamic environments. Hence, it is critical to recognize that they would require self-reorganizational skills to rebuild fluid associative structures when their existing organizations fail to… CONTINUE READING

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