Mahardhika Pratama, Sreenatha Anavatti, M.J. Er, Edwin Lughofer,
"A Novel Meta-Cognitive-based Scaffolding Classifier to Sequential Non-stationary Classification Problems"
: Proceedings of the WCCI 2014 Conference, Serie Proceedings of the WCCI 2014 Conference, Bejing, China, Seite(n) 369-376, 2014
A Novel Meta-Cognitive-based Scaffolding Classifier to Sequential Non-stationary Classification Problems
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Proceedings of the WCCI 2014 Conference
A novel meta-cognitive-based scaffolding classifier, namely Generic-Classifier (gClass), is proposed in this paper to handle non-stationary classification problems in the single-pass learning mode. Meta-cognitive learning is a breakthrough in the machine learning where the learning process is not only directed to craft learning strategies to exacerbate the classification rates , i.e., how-to-learn aspect, but also is focused to accommodate the emotional reasoning and commonsense of human being in terms of what-to-learn and when-to-learn facets. The crux of gClass is to synergize the scaffolding learning concept, which constitutes a well-known tutoring theory in the psychological literatures, in the how-to-learn context of meta-cognitive learning, in order to boost the learner?s performance in dealing with complex data. A comprehensive empirical studies in time-varying datasets is carried out, where gClass numerical results are benchmarked with other state-of-the-art classifiers. gClass is, generally speaking, capable of delivering the most encouraging numerical results where a trade-off between predictive accuracy and classifier?s complexity can be achieved