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Cognitive Bias-Powered GLVQ: Illogical Machines

  • In this paper, we conduct experiments to optimize the learning rates for the Generalized Learning Vector Quantization (GLVQ) model. Our approach leverages insights from cog- nitive science rooted in the profound intricacies of human thinking. Recognizing that human-like thinking has propelled humankind to its current state, we explore the applica- bility of cognitive science principles in enhancing machine learning. Prior research has demonstrated promising results when applying learning rate methods inspired by cognitive science to Learning Vector Quantization (LVQ) models. In this study, we extend this approach to GLVQ models. Specifically, we examine five distinct cognitive science-inspired GLVQ variants: Conditional Probability (CP), Dual Factor Heuristic (DFH), Middle Symmetry (MS), Loose Symmetry (LS), and Loose Symme- try with Rarity (LSR). Our experiments involve a comprehensive analysis of the performance of these cogni- tive science-derived learning rate techniques across various datasets, aiming to identify optimal settings and variants of cognitive science GLVQ model training. Through this research, we seek to unlock new avenues for enhancing the learning process in machine learning models by drawing inspiration from the rich complexities of human cognition. Keywords: machine learning, GLVQ, cognitive science, cognitive bias, learning rate op- timization, optimizers, human-like learning, Conditional Probability (CP), Dual Factor Heuristic (DFH), Middle Symmetry (MS), Loose Symmetry (LS), Loose Symmetry with Rarity (LSR).

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Author:Mert Saruhan
Advisor:Thomas Villmann, Marika Kaden
Document Type:Master's Thesis
Year of first Publication:2023
Publishing Institution:Hochschule Mittweida
Release Date:2024/02/02
GND Keyword:Maschinelles Lernen; Vektorquantisierung
Page Number:127
Institutes:Angewandte Computer‐ und Bio­wissen­schaften
DDC classes:006.31 Maschinelles Lernen