Universal Approximation Using Shuffled Linear Models

  title={Universal Approximation Using Shuffled Linear Models},
  author={Laurens Bliek},
This paper proposes a specific type of Local Linear Model, the Shuffled Linear Model (SLM), that can be used as a universal approximator. Local operating points are chosen randomly and linear models are used to approximate a function or system around these points. The model can also be interpreted as an extension to Extreme Learning Machines with Radial Basis Function nodes, or as a specific way of using Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy models. Using the available theory of Extreme Learning Machines… CONTINUE READING
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