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Difference between revisions of "Artificial Neural Networks/Competitive Learning"
Competitive learning is a rule based on the idea that only one neuron from a given iteration in a given layer will fire at a time.
The “winner” of each iteration, element i* , is the element whose total weighted input is the largest.
Neurons become trained to be individual feature detectors, and a combination of feature detectors can be used to identify large classes of features from the input space.
Neurons in a competitive layer learn to represent different regions of the input space where input vectors occur.
We can configure the network inputs (normally done automatically by TRAIN) and plot the initial weight vectors to see their attempt at classification.
The weight vectors (o's) will be trained so that they occur centered in clusters of input vectors (+'s).
Set the number of epochs to train before stopping and train this competitive layer (may take several seconds).
ORIGINAL ARTICLEAdaptive competitive learning neural networks
In this paper, the adaptive competitive learning (ACL) neural network algorithm is proposed.
The performance of the ACL algorithm is evaluated and compared with the performance of a recently proposed algorithm in the literature in clustering an input data set and determining its number of clusters.
Results show that the ACL algorithm is more accurate and robust in both determining the number of clusters and allocating input feature vectors into these clusters than the other algorithm especially with data sets that are sparsely distributed.
Competitive learning is a form of unsupervised learning in artificial neural networks, in which nodes compete for the right to respond to a subset of the input data.
Accordingly, the individual neurons of the network learn to specialize on ensembles of similar patterns and in so doing become 'feature detectors' for different classes of input patterns.
The fact that competitive networks recode sets of correlated inputs to one of a few output neurons essentially removes the redundancy in representation which is an essential part of processing in biological sensory systems.
Thus, as more data are received, each node converges on the centre of the cluster that it has come to represent and activates more strongly for inputs in this cluster and more weakly for inputs in other clusters.
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