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02.06.2020

PSSA: Polar Coordinate Salp Swarm Algorithm for Curve Design Problems

This paper proposes a modified optimization algorithm called polar coordinate salp swarm algorithm (PSSA). The main inspiration of PSSA is the aggregation chain and foraging trajectory of salp is spiral. Some curves are extremely complex when …

31.05.2020

Fractional Order Echo State Network for Time Series Prediction

In this brief, considering the infinite memory of fractional-order differential equation, a fractional-order echo state network (FESN) is given for time series prediction. For the FESN, the reservoir state differential equation is replaced with …

29.05.2020

Latent-MVCNN: 3D Shape Recognition Using Multiple Views from Pre-defined or Random Viewpoints

The Multi-view Convolution Neural Network (MVCNN) has achieved considerable success in 3D shape recognition. However, 3D shape recognition using view-images from random viewpoints has not been yet exploited in depth. In addition, 3D shape …

29.05.2020

Adaptive Sampled-Data Observer Design for a Class of Nonlinear Systems with Unknown Hysteresis

In this paper, a novel adaptive sampled-data observer design is studied for a class of nonlinear systems with unknown Prandtl–Ishlinskii hysteresis and unknown unmatched disturbances based on radial basis function neural networks (RBFNNs). To …

28.05.2020

Path Capsule Networks

Capsule network (CapsNet) was introduced as an enhancement over convolutional neural networks, supplementing the latter’s invariance properties with equivariance through pose estimation. CapsNet achieved a very decent performance with a shallow …

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