|Title||GP-COACH: Genetic Programming-based learning of Compact and ACcurate fuzzy rule-based classification systems for High-dimensional problems|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2010|
|Authors||Berlanga, F.J., Rivera Antonio J., del Jesus M. J., and Herrera F.|
|Pagination||1183 - 1200|
|Keywords||classification, Fuzzy rule-based systems, Genetic Fuzzy Systems, Genetic programming, High-dimensional problems, Interpretability-accuracy trade-off|
In this paper we propose GP-COACH, a Genetic Programming-based method for the learning of COmpact and ACcurate fuzzy rule-based classification systems for High-dimensional problems. GP-COACH learns disjunctive normal form rules (generated by means of a context-free grammar) coded as one rule per tree. The population constitutes the rule base, so it is a genetic cooperative-competitive learning approach. GP-COACH uses a token competition mechanism to maintain the diversity of the population and this obliges the rules to compete and cooperate among themselves and allows the obtaining of a compact set of fuzzy rules. The results obtained have been validated by the use of non-parametric statistical tests, showing a good performance in terms of accuracy and interpretability.