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c++ neural networks and fuzzy logic C++ Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic
by Valluru B. Rao
M&T Books, IDG Books Worldwide, Inc.
ISBN: 1558515526   Pub Date: 06/01/95
  

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Testing the Program

Let us run the example that we have created an input file for. We have an input.dat file with the characters A and X defined. A run of the program with these inputs is shown as follows:

 Please enter initial values for: alpha (0.01-1.0), and the neighborhood size (integer between 0 and 50) separated by spaces, e.g., 0.3 5 0.3 5 Now enter the period, which is the number of cycles after which the values for alpha the neighborhood size are decremented choose an integer between 1 and 500, e.g., 50 50 Please enter the maximum cycles for the simulation A cycle is one pass through the data set. Try a value of 500 to start with 500 Enter in the layer sizes separated by spaces. A Kohonen network has an input layer followed by a Kohonen (output) layer 35 100 

The output of the program is contained in file kohonen.dat as usual. This shows the following result.

 cycle   pattern    win index   neigh_size    avg_dist_per_pattern ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— 0       0          42          5             100.000000 0       1          47          5             100.000000 1       2          42          5             0.508321 1       3          47          5             0.508321 2       4          40          5             0.742254 2       5          47          5             0.742254 3       6          40          5             0.560121 3       7          47          5             0.560121 4       8          40          5             0.392084 4       9          47          5             0.392084 5       10         40          5             0.274459 5       11         47          5             0.274459 6       12         40          5             0.192121 6       13         47          5             0.192121 7       14         40          5             0.134485 7       15         47          5             0.134485 8       16         40          5             0.094139 8       17         47          5             0.094139 9       18         40          5             0.065898 9       19         47          5             0.065898 10      20         40          5             0.046128 10      21         47          5             0.046128 11      22         40          5             0.032290 11      23         47          5             0.032290 12      24         40          5             0.022603 12      25         47          5             0.022603 13      26         40          5             0.015822 13      27         47          5             0.015822 14      28         40          5             0.011075 14      29         47          5             0.011075 15      30         40          5             0.007753 15      31         47          5             0.007753 16      32         40          5             0.005427 16      33         47          5             0.005427 17      34         40          5             0.003799 17      35         47          5             0.003799 18      36         40          5             0.002659 18      37         47          5             0.002659 19      38         40          5             0.001861 19      39         47          5             0.001861 20      40         40          5             0.001303 20      41         47          5             0.001303 

The tolerance for the distance was set to be 0.001 for this program, and the program was able to converge to this value. Both of the inputs were successfully classified into two different winning output neurons. In Figures 12.2 and 12.3 you see two snapshots of the input and weight vectors that you will find with this program. The weight vector resembles the input as you can see, but it is not an exact replication.


Figure 12.2  Sample screen output of the letter A from the input and weight vectors.


Figure 12.3  Sample screen output of the letter X from the input and weight vectors.


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C++ Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic
C++ Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic
ISBN: 1558515526
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 1995
Pages: 139

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