IPTEK The Journal for Technology and Science
Vol 22, No 3 (2011)

Minimum Constructive Back Propagation Neural Network Based on Fuzzy Logic for Pattern Recognition of Electronic Nose System

Radi, Radi (Unknown)
Rivai, Muhammad (Unknown)
Purnomo, Mauridhi Hery (Unknown)

Article Info

Publish Date
03 Aug 2011


Constructive Back Propagation Neural Network (CBPNN) is a kind of back propagation neural network trained with constructive algorithm. Training of CBPNN is mainly conducted by developing the network’s architecture which commonly done by adding a number of new neuron units on learning process. Training of the network usually implements fixed method to develop its structure gradually by adding new units constantly. Although this method is simple and able to create an adaptive network for data pattern complexity, but it is wasteful and inefficient for computing. New unit addition affects directly to the computational load of training, speed of convergence, and structure of the final neural network. While increases training load significantly, excessive addition of units also tends to generate a large size of final network. Moreover, addition pattern with small unit number tends to drop off the adaptability of the network and extends time of training. Therefore, there is important to design an adaptive structure development pattern for CBPNN in order to minimize computing load of training. This study proposes Fuzzy Logic (FL) algorithm to manage and develop structure of CBPNN. FL method was implemented on two models of CBPNN, i.e. designed with one and two hidden layers, used to recognize aroma patterns on an electronic nose system. The results showed that this method is effective to be applied due to its capability to minimize time of training, to reduce load of computational learning, and generate small size of network.

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Computer Science & IT


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