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Neural networks as a tool for georadar data processing

Piotr Szymczyk, Sylwia Tomecka-Suchoń, Magdalena Szymczyk (2015)

International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science


In this article a new neural network based method for automatic classification of ground penetrating radar (GPR) traces is proposed. The presented approach is based on a new representation of GPR signals by polynomials approximation. The coefficients of the polynomial (the feature vector) are neural network inputs for automatic classification of a special kind of geologic structure-a sinkhole. The analysis and results show that the classifier can effectively distinguish sinkholes from...

A heuristic forecasting model for stock decision making.

D. Zhang, Q. Jiang, X. Li (2005)

Mathware and Soft Computing


This paper describes a heuristic forecasting model based on neural networks for stock decision-making. Some heuristic strategies are presented for enhancing the learning capability of neural networks and obtaining better trading performance. The China Shanghai Composite Index is used as case study. The forecasting model can forecast the buying and selling signs according to the result of neural network prediction. Results are compared with a benchmark buy-and-hold strategy. The forecasting...

Noise Shaping in Neural Populations with Global Delayed Feedback

O. Ávila Åkerberg, M. J. Chacron (2010)

Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena


The interplay between intrinsic and network dynamics has been the focus of many investigations. Here we use a combination of theoretical and numerical approaches to study the effects of delayed global feedback on the information transmission properties of neural networks. Specifically, we compare networks of neurons that display intrinsic interspike interval correlations (nonrenewal) to networks that do not (renewal). We find that excitatory...