An evolving reservoir neo-fuzzy network for time series prediction

O.Tyshchenko, I. Pliss

Reservoir Computing is a paradigm of training Recurrent Neural Networks based on treating the recurrent part (the so-called “reservoir”) differently from the readouts. This paradigm has become so popular recently due to its computational efficiency and the fact that it’s enough to train only a supervised readout. Meanwhile Evolving Systems define a new approach which focuses on learning fuzzy systems that have both their parameters and their structure adapting on-line. In this paper an evolving reservoir neo-fuzzy network is built using time delay elements and nonlinear neo-fuzzy synapses which means that Reservoir Computing, Evolving Systems and Soft Computing are combined in a new computational system

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