(searched for: doi:10.4108/airo.v1i.383)
Published: 1 January 2022
by Exeley Inc
Journal: Nonlinear Engineering
Nonlinear Engineering, Volume 11, pp 568-581; https://doi.org/10.1515/nleng-2022-0257
In order to classify data and improve extreme learning machine (ELM), this study explains how a hybrid optimization-driven ELM technique was devised. Input data are pre-processed in order to compute missing values and convert data to numerical values using the exponential kernel transform. The Jaro–Winkler distance is used to identify the relevant features. The feed-forward neural network classifier is used to categorize the data, and it is trained using a hybrid optimization technique called the modified enhanced Invasive Weed, a meta heuristic algorithm, and Cuckoo Search, a non-linear optimization algorithm ELM. The enhanced Invasive Weed optimization (IWO) algorithm and the enhanced Cuckoo Search (CS) algorithm are combined to create the modified CSIWO. The experimental findings presented in this work demonstrate the viability and efficacy of the created ELM method based on CSIWO, with good experimental result as compared to other ELM techniques.