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Cascade error projection with low bit weight quantization for high order correlation data

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2 Author(s)
Duong, T.A. ; Jet Propulsion Lab., California Inst. of Technol., Pasadena, CA, USA ; Daud, T.

In this paper, we reinvestigate the solution for chaotic time series prediction problem using neural network approach. The nature of this problem is such that the data sequences are never repeated but they are rather in chaotic region. However, these data sequences are correlated between past present, and future data in high order. We use cascade error projection (CEP) learning algorithm to capture the high order correlation between past and present data to predict a future data using limited weight quantization constraints. This will help to predict a future information that will provide us better estimation in time for intelligent control system. In our earlier work, it has been shown that CEP can sufficiently learn 5-8 bit parity problem with 4- or more bits, and color segmentation problem with 7- or more bits of weight quantization. In this paper, we demonstrate that chaotic time series can be learned and generalized well with as low as 4-bit weight quantization using round-off and truncation techniques. The results show that generalization feature will suffer less as more bit weight quantization is available and error surfaces with the round-off technique are more symmetric around zero than error surfaces with the truncation technique. This study suggests that CEP is an implementable learning technique for hardware consideration

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Neural Networks, 1999. IJCNN '99. International Joint Conference on  (Volume:3 )

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1999