Using Genetic Algorithm in Self-Organizing Map Design
A new method for self-organizing map design is proposed. The method is based on a genetic algorithm. Some simulations are also reported.
KeywordsGenetic Algorithm Reference Vector Neighborhood Function Connection Matrix Voronoi Region
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