Neuro-Fuzzy and Soft Computing (Jang Sun Mizutani)Classifying the student academic performance with high accuracy facilitates admission decisions and enhances educational services at educational institutions. The purpose of this paper is to present a neuro-fuzzy approach for classifying students into different groups. The neuro-fuzzy classifier used previous exam results and other related factors as input variables and labeled students based on their expected academic performance. The results showed that the proposed approach achieved a high accuracy. The results were also compared with those obtained from other well-known classification approaches, including support vector machine, Naive Bayes, neural network, and decision tree approaches.
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The paper proposes a new ensemble of neuro-fuzzy rough set classifiers. The ensemble uses fuzzy rules derived by the Adaboost metalearning. The rules are used in an ensemble of neuro-fuzzy rough set systems to gain the ability to work with incomplete data in terms of missing features. This feature is not common among different machine learning methods like neural networks or fuzzy systems. The systems are combined into the larger ensemble to achieve better accuracy. Simulations on a well-known benchmark showed the ability of the proposed system to perform relatively well.
A neuro-fuzzy system is based on a fuzzy system which is trained by a learning algorithm derived from neural network theory. The heuristical learning procedure operates on local information, and causes only local modifications in the underlying fuzzy system. A neuro-fuzzy system can be viewed as a 3-layer feedforward neural network. The first layer represents input variables, the middle hidden layer represents fuzzy rules and the third layer represents output variables. Fuzzy sets are encoded as fuzzy connection weights. It is not necessary to represent a fuzzy system like this to apply a learning algorithm to it. However, it can be convenient, because it represents the data flow of input processing and learning within the model.