Imbalanced dataset classification using fuzzy ARTMAP and computational intelligence techniques

Anita Kushwaha, Ravi Shanker Pandey


Recently, fuzzy adaptive resonance theory mapping (ARTMAP) neural networks are applied to solving complex problems due to their plasticity-stability capability and resonance property. An imbalanced dataset occurs when there is the presence of one class containing a greater number of instances than other classes. It is skewed representation of data. Many standard algorithms have failed in mitigating imbalanced dataset problems. There are four paradigms used-data level, algorithm level, cost-sensitive, and ensemble method in solving imbalanced dataset problems. Here we put forward a method to solve the imbalanced dataset problem by a brain-neuron framework and an ensemble of a special type of artificial neural network (ANN) called fuzzy ARTMAP thereafter we applied a clustering algorithm known as fuzzy C-means clustering to handle missing value and also propose to make fuzzy ARTMAP cost-sensitive. Results indicate 100% accuracy in classification.


Artificial neural network; Brain-neuron; Deep learning; Fuzzy C means clustering; Fuzzy ARTMAP

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The Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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