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Consistency of Extreme Learning Machines and Regression under Non-Stationarity and Dependence for ML-Enhanced Moving Objects

@inproceedings{Steland2020ConsistencyOE,
  title={Consistency of Extreme Learning Machines and Regression under Non-Stationarity and Dependence for ML-Enhanced Moving Objects},
  author={Ansgar Steland},
  year={2020}
}
Supervised learning by extreme learning machines resp. neural networks with random weights is studied under a non-stationary spatial-temporal sampling design which especially addresses settings where an autonomous object moving in a non-stationary spatial environment collects and analyzes data. The stochastic model especially allows for spatial heterogeneity and weak dependence. As efficient and computationally cheap learning methods (unconstrained) least squares, ridge regression and `s… 

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