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2022 ◽  
Vol 211 ◽  
pp. 105955
Naaran Brindt ◽  
Steven Pacenka ◽  
Brian K. Richards ◽  
Srabani Das ◽  
Anna L. Schatz ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 208 ◽  
pp. 114337
Yu-Shuo Lee ◽  
Yi-Hsuan Sun ◽  
I-Chung Cheng

2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-10
Junyao Ling

This paper introduces the basic concepts and main characteristics of parallel self-organizing networks and analyzes and predicts parallel self-organizing networks through neural networks and their hybrid models. First, we train and describe the law and development trend of the parallel self-organizing network through historical data of the parallel self-organizing network and then use the discovered law to predict the performance of the new data and compare it with its true value. Second, this paper takes the prediction and application of chaotic parallel self-organizing networks as the main research line and neural networks as the main research method. Based on the summary and analysis of traditional neural networks, it jumps out of inertial thinking and first proposes phase space. Reconstruction parameters and neural network structure parameters are unified and optimized, and then, the idea of dividing the phase space into multiple subspaces is proposed. The multi-neural network method is adopted to track and predict the local trajectory of the chaotic attractor in the subspace with high precision to improve overall forecasting performance. During the experiment, short-term and longer-term prediction experiments were performed on the chaotic parallel self-organizing network. The results show that not only the accuracy of the simulation results is greatly improved but also the prediction performance of the real data observed in reality is also greatly improved. When predicting the parallel self-organizing network, the minimum error of the self-organizing difference model is 0.3691, and the minimum error of the self-organizing autoregressive neural network is 0.008, and neural network minimum error is 0.0081. In the parallel self-organizing network prediction of sports event scores, the errors of the above models are 0.0174, 0.0081, 0.0135, and 0.0381, respectively.

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Monia Hamdi ◽  
Hela Elmannai ◽  
Abeer AlGarni ◽  
Mourad Zaied

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S. Sanjay ◽  
Koustub Raja ◽  
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U. C. Jaleel

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