Robust OS-ELM with a novel selective ensemble based on particle swarm optimization

13 Aug 2014  ·  Yang Liu, Bo He, Diya Dong, Yue Shen, Tianhong Yan, Rui Nian, Amaury Lendase ·

In this paper, a robust online sequential extreme learning machine (ROS-ELM) is proposed. It is based on the original OS-ELM with an adaptive selective ensemble framework. Two novel insights are proposed in this paper. First, a novel selective ensemble algorithm referred to as particle swarm optimization selective ensemble (PSOSEN) is proposed. Noting that PSOSEN is a general selective ensemble method which is applicable to any learning algorithms, including batch learning and online learning. Second, an adaptive selective ensemble framework for online learning is designed to balance the robustness and complexity of the algorithm. Experiments for both regression and classification problems with UCI data sets are carried out. Comparisons between OS-ELM, simple ensemble OS-ELM (EOS-ELM) and the proposed ROS-ELM empirically show that ROS-ELM significantly improves the robustness and stability.

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