A Comparative study on Breast Cancer Prediction Using RBF and MLP
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Artificial neural network, logistic regression, multilayer perceptron, radial basis function, supervised learning
In this article an attempt is made to study the applicability of a general purpose, supervised feed forward neural network with one hidden layer, namely. Radial Basis Function (RBF) neural network. It uses relatively smaller number of locally tuned units and is adaptive in nature. RBFs are suitable for pattern recognition and classification. Performance of the RBF neural network was also compared with the most commonly used Multilayer Perceptron network model and the classical logistic regression. Wisconsin breast cancer data is used for the study.
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