By De-Shuang Huang, Kyungsook Han
This booklet - along with the double quantity LNCS 9225-9226 - constitutes the refereed court cases of the eleventh overseas convention on clever Computing, ICIC 2015, held in Fuzhou, China, in August 2015.
The eighty four papers of this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 671 submissions. unique contributions concerning this subject have been specially solicited, together with theories, methodologies, and purposes in technology and expertise. This yr, the convention targeted in general on computer studying idea and techniques, tender computing, photo processing and machine imaginative and prescient, wisdom discovery and information mining, ordinary language processing and computational linguistics, clever regulate and automation, clever conversation networks and internet functions, bioinformatics thought and techniques, healthcare and scientific tools, and knowledge security.
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From Table 3, we can observe that on the kin40 k dataset, our proposed algorithm is more precise than the other algorithms due to fewer approximations. A possible reason why our algorithm consumes so much time is that on a real dataset that doesn’t come from a GP or MGP model, our algorithm needs much more iterations. Therefore, a further improvement can be made by preprocessing a real dataset so that it is more like a dataset simulated from a MGP. Linear regression is still rather coarse since the kin40k dataset is highly non-linear .
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