ML-CK-ELM: An efficient multi-layer extreme learning machine using combined kernels for multi-label classification

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Authors

1 Department of Computer Engineering, Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran

2 Department of Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Sciences and Modern Technologies, Graduate University of Advanced Technology, Kerman, Iran

Abstract

Recently many neural network methods have been proposed for multi-label classification in the literature. One of these recent researches is the multi-layer extreme learning machines (ML-ELM) in which stack auto encoders have been used for tuning the weights. However, ML-ELM suffers from three primary drawbacks: First, input weights and biases are chosen randomly. Second, the pseudo-inverse solution for calculating output weights will cause to increase the reconstruction error. Third, memory and execution time of transformation matrices are proportional to the number of hidden layers. In this paper multi-layer kernel extreme learning machine, that uses a linear combination of base kernels in each layer, is proposed for multi-label classification. The proposed approach effectively addresses the above-mentioned drawbacks. Furthermore, multi-label classification data inherently have multi-modal aspects due to the variety of labels assigned to each instance. Applying a combination of different kernels is the added advantage of ML-CK-ELM that leads to implicitly assess the inherent multi-modal aspects of multi-label data; each kernel can be effectively used to cover one of the modals better than the other kernels. The empirical study indicates that ML-CK-ELM represents competitive performance against other state-of-the-art methods, and experimental results over multi-label datasets verify the feasibility of ML-CK-ELM.

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