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Program of Structural-Parametric Identification of Regression Models

Student: Anton Lopukhin

Supervisor: Rimma Akhmetsafina

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2016

Regression models are frequently chosen to make predictions about future outcomes of certain models. Regression models’ objective is to predict a future outcome based on the number of input values and functions and previous outcomes of the system. This objective is frequently tied to the problem of solving regression equations within each time splice. Genetic algorithms are one of the known methods to perform search for regressors in the equation. For each candidate to become seeked model participating in GA, it is required to speedily recalculate Residual Sum of Squares for each model. This recalculation is tied to massive amount of additional calculations. Experiment described in this paper is directed to the new method to recalculate Residual Sum of Squares on the relatively high amount of available models. This method is based on the recurrent recalculation of Residual Sum of Squares when regressors are added or excluded from one model to another.

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