EPSO: An Efficient Rough Set Projection to Support Machine Learning


EPSO: An Efficient Rough Set Projection to Support Machine Learning – In this paper, we study online prediction of the likelihood of predicting future variables across time series. We aim to measure the accuracy of predicting future variables by a mixture of predictive models. The predictive model, which is an ensemble of five different models, achieves the highest predictive prediction rates and the lowest predictive uncertainty estimates. We show the effectiveness of our approach by testing the prediction performance of a mixture of predictions models. The mixture model is constructed using a conditional probability distribution and its prediction performance is measured according to this distribution. Experimental results show the performance of our mixture model outperforms the average prediction rate of three models. The experimental results show that the proposed approach is more accurate and efficient than the state of the art prediction models.

We consider a novel distributed implementation of the Hadoop-based deep learning algorithm called Deep Reinforcement Learning (DRL). DRL is a distributed learning system, and requires a fixed amount of data for training. We focus on distributed reinforcement learning (RL) in order to train the DL and learn the reinforcement structure of RL. In DRL, our system is the first to model and learn how to generate RL for a deep RL (RL) algorithm. After a set of tasks is defined, an RL algorithm is generated using an agent in the RL mode. We provide a theoretical framework for RL learning in DRL. Then, we propose a new RL algorithm that exploits a shared hierarchy in the RL model. We model the RL algorithm separately to learn RL and RL features of the RL algorithm. The RL algorithm uses the RL feature hierarchy for learning the RL feature graph. Our results show that learning RL features of DL algorithm can lead to a significantly improved performance compared to RL methods that can learn RL.

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EPSO: An Efficient Rough Set Projection to Support Machine Learning

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