Incremental and stable training algorithm for wind turbine neural modeling
Keywords:wind turbine, neural models, incremental algorithm, adaptive learning rate
AbstractTraining and topology design of artificial neuralnetworks are important issues with largeapplication. This paper deals with an improvedalgorithm for feed forward neural networks (FNN) straining. The association of an incrementalapproach and the Lyapunov stability theoryaccomplishes both good generalization and stabletraining process. The algorithm is tested on windturbine modeling. Compared to the incrementalapproach and to the Lyapunov stability basedmethod, the association of both strategies givesinteresting results.
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