Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2012, Volume: 5, Issue: 12, Pages: 1-8
1 *Hsien-Tse Chen and 2 Sheng-Fuu Lin and 3 Yung -Chi Hsu
1,2,3Department of Electrical Engineering, 1 *[email protected]
*Author For Correspondence
Department of Electrical Engineering
Email: [email protected]
This paper proposes a TSK-type Neuro Fuzzy Controllers (TFC) with a group interaction-based evolutionary algorithm (GIEA) for constructing the tubercle bacilli diagnosis system (TBDS). The proposed GIEA is designed basing on symbiotic evolution which each chromosome in the population represents only partial solution. The whole solution consists of several chromosomes. The GIEA is different from the traditional symbiotic evolution. Each population in the GIEA is divided into several groups. Each group represents a set of the chromosomes that belong to only one fuzzy rule. Moreover, in the GIEA, the interaction ability is considered that the chromosomes will interact with other groups to generate the better chromosomes by elites-base interaction crossover strategy (EICS). In the TBDS, the EICS is used to train the TBDS. After trained by the EICS, the TBDS can diagnose the visible tubercle bacilli. The performance of the GIEA achieves better than other existing models in tubercle bacilli. Keywords: Neuro Fuzzy controllers, tubercle bacilli, symbiotic evolution, reinforcement learning.
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