Hybrid Ant Bee Algorithm for Fuzzy Expert System Based Sample Classification
Abstract— Hybrid Ant Bee Algorithm for Fuzzy Expert System Based Sample Classification. Accuracy maximization and complexity minimization are the two main goals of a fuzzy expert system based microarray data classiﬁcation. Our previous Genetic Swarm Algorithm < Final Year Projects 2016 > GSA approach has improved the classiﬁcation accuracy of the fuzzy expert system at the cost of their interetability. The if-then rules produced by the GSA are lengthy and complex which is difﬁcult for the physician to understand. To address this interpretability-accuracy tradeoff, the rule set is represented using integer numbers and the task of rule generation is treated as a combinatorial optimization task. Ant colony optimization (ACO) with local and global pheromone updations are applied to ﬁnd out the fuzzy partition based on the gene expression values for generating simpler rule set. In order to address the formless and continuous expression values of a gene, this paper employs artiﬁcial bee colony (ABC) algorithm to evolve the points of membership function. Mutual Information is used for idenﬁcation of informative genes. The performance of the proposed
hybrid Ant Bee Algorithm (ABA) is evaluated using six gene expression data sets. From the simulation study, it is found that the proposed approach generated an accurate fuzzy system with highly interpretable and compact rules for all the data sets when compared with other approaches.
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