Approximator


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Ap`prox´i`ma`tor


n.1.One who, or that which, approximates.
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The other is that it can be easily realized to be a universal approximator, which fulfills a nonlinear mapping from an input domain to a corresponding output domain [2, 5, 19].
The multilayer perception (MLP) network, a type of ANN, has been found to be 'a robust function approximator for prediction and classification problem[s]' (Delen, Sharda, & Bessonov, 2006, 437).
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But these two algorithms still require many features especially for highly nonlinear RL problems, since the RLS approximator assumes a linear model [4].
T-S fuzzy model can be regarded as a universal approximator for the general nonlinear system.
The GaussianAxon applies a Gaussian function in the range of 0 to 1 to each neuron in the layer and is considered to be a local function approximator since it only responds significantly to the peak of the Gaussian of the input space.
The Cerebellar Model Arithmetic Computer (CMAC) algorithm provides a computationally-efficient and accurate nonlinear approximator.
This mapping is performed with the use of artificial neural network (ANN) multidimensional approximator [4,5], neurofuzzy system [6] or linear matrix operator [7].
47 Table 2: Vague approximators in teenagers and adult language on the basis of the data provided by COLT and DCPSE (face-to-face conversations and assorted spontaneous speech) VAGUE DCPSE sample/ Relative Frequency per APPROXIMATOR adults frequency 10,000 words (425,519 words) loads of 19 2.