Local linear model tree with optimized structure
journal contributionposted on 2021-04-29, 15:49 authored by Xiaoyan Hu, Yu GongYu Gong, Dezong Zhao, Wen Gu
This paper investigates the local linear model tree (LOLIMOT) with optimized structure. The performance of the LOLIMOT model depends on how the neurons are constructed. In the typical LOLIMOT model, the number of neurons is initially set as one and starts to increase by repeatedly splitting an existing neuron into two equal ones until the required performance is achieved. Because the equal split of a neuron is not optimal, a large model size is often necessary for required performance, leading to high complexity and strong overfitting. In this paper, we propose a gradient-decent-search-based algorithm to optimally split an existing neuron into two new ones. Based on both numerical data and simulated engine data, through the evaluation of optimized structure, the effectiveness of proposed method has been verified.
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