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Title: Using multi-layer perceptrons to model the Lincoln aphid data set
Author: Watts, Michael J.
Worner, Sue P.
Date: 2007
Publisher: Lincoln University. Bio-Protection & Ecology Division
Series/Report no.: Bio-protection & ecology technical report ; no. 1
Item Type: Technical Report
Abstract: This document is the initial report on a systematic approach to the application of MLP to the aphid prediction problem. The aims of this initial work are three-fold; to investigate the effectiveness of a particular representation of the data, to identify the approximate optimal topology for MLP applied to this problem, and to identify the approximate optimal training parameters for MLP applied to this problem.
Persistent URL (URI): http://hdl.handle.net/10182/208
ISBN: 0-86476-176-7
978-0-86476-176-7
ISSN: 1177-7435
Appears in Collections:Bio-Protection & Ecology Technical Report series

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