학술논문

An empirical hybridized Siamese network using hypercube natural aggregation algorithm for handling imbalance data learning.
Document Type
Article
Source
Expert Systems. Jul2024, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p1-27. 27p.
Subject
*ALGORITHMS
*SUPPORT vector machines
*BASE pairs
Language
ISSN
0266-4720
Abstract
Dealing with imbalanced data is a common challenge in machine learning, where one class has significantly fewer examples than another. Successfully addressing this challenge requires careful consideration of the data, algorithm, and evaluation metrics to ensure that the model accurately predicts the minority class. In this study, we present a hybrid approach called Siamese‐HYNAA, which combines a Siamese network and a population‐based optimizer hypercube natural aggregation algorithm (HYNAA) to generate candidate solutions for augmenting the minority class. We collected 10 imbalanced datasets ranging from 1.81 to 8.78 imbalanced ratios and built solution pairs based on correctly predicted candidate solutions using support vector machine (SVM). We then fed these solutions to the Siamese network, which employs a one‐shot learning approach to improve predictions with fewer candidate solutions. However, we found that SVM predicted only a small number of minority class samples accurately, prompting us to optimize the number of candidate solution pairs using HYNAA to generate more synthetic samples for the Siamese network. We evaluated our proposed strategy against basic SMOTE and our previous work, SMOTE‐PSOEV, using various performance measures, including ROC‐AUC learning curves, sensitivity, specificity, accuracy, Characteristic stability index, balanced accuracy, F1‐score, informedness, markedness, and execution time. Our results indicate that Siamese‐HYNAA generates promising results for imbalanced data. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]