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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Karina Kolenchuk
Perfomance Evaluation of Applying Neural Network Adaptive Resonance Model to Seismic Monitoring
10
2018
Theme: Perfomance Evaluation of Applying Neural Network Adaptive Resonance Model to Seismic Monitoring

Concepts: ART2, seismic signals classification

This work includes research of applicability of the multidimensional model of adaptive resonance theory ART2 to the problem of classifying seismic signals. The algorithm is implemented, experiments are performed, the effectiveness of the proposed method is compared with existing methods.

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