ONLINE PROBABILISTIC FUZZY CLUSTERING METHOD BASED ON EVOLUTIONARY OPTIMIZATION OF CAT SWARM
Keywords:fuzzy clustering, learning rule, cat swarm optimization, tracing mode, seeking mode.
Context. The problems of big data clustering today is a very relevant area of artificial intelligence. This task is often found in many applications related to data mining, deep learning, etc. To solve these problems, traditional approaches and methods require that the entire data sample be submitted in batch form.
Objective. The aim of the work is to propose a method of fuzzy probabilistic data clustering using evolutionary optimization of cat swarm, that would be devoid of the drawbacks of traditional data clustering approaches.
Method. The procedure of fuzzy probabilistic data clustering using evolutionary algorithms, for faster determination of sample extrema, cluster centroids and adaptive functions, allowing not to spend machine resources for storing intermediate calculations and do not require additional time to solve the problem of data clustering, regardless of the dimension and the method of presentation for processing.
Results. The proposed data clustering algorithm based on evolutionary optimization is simple in numerical implementation, is devoid of the drawbacks inherent in traditional fuzzy clustering methods and can work with a large size of input information processed online in real time.
Conclusions. The results of the experiment allow to recommend the developed method for solving the problems of automatic clustering and classification of big data, as quickly as possible to find the extrema of the sample, regardless of the method of submitting the data for processing. The proposed method of online probabilistic fuzzy data clustering based on evolutionary optimization of cat swarm is intended for use in hybrid computational intelligence systems, neuro-fuzzy systems, in training artificial neural networks, in clustering and classification problems.
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