Complement Coding takes as input a vector of feature values, each with an associated lower and upper limit used for normalization. It normalizes each feature value and calculates its complement.
Carpenter, G.A. , Grossberg, S. , Rosen, D.B., Fuzzy ART: Fast stable learning and categorization of analog patterns by an adaptive resonance system, Neural Networks, 4, 759-771. (1991).
Adaptive Resonance Theory (ART) and ARTMAP networks employ a preprocessing step called complement coding, which models the nervous system’s ubiquitous computational design known as opponent processing (Hurvich & Jameson, 1957). Balancing an entity against its opponent, as in agonist-antagonist muscle pairs, allows a system to act upon relative quantities, even as absolute magnitudes may vary unpredictably. In ART systems, complement coding (Carpenter, Grossberg, & Rosen, 1991) is analogous to retinal ON-cells and OFF-cells (Schiller, 1982). When the learning system is presented with a set of feature values, complement coding doubles the number of input components, presenting to the network both the original feature vector a and its complement.
The complement.zip file contains the Complement Coding Matlab code plus associated documentation and GUI files. To run the code, unzip the files, run Matlab, and type "compgui" at the Matlab prompt.
Praveen K. Pilly
This was a great help! Thank you very much.
The "unzip" function in MATLAB cannot handle this file. It returns an error:
warning: ERROR: Error using ==> extractArchive>copyStreams at 174
Unable to write file "./complement_coding_icon_3_elaborated.pdf".
The entry may be password-protected or encrypted.
I was able to unzip it on my Mac, via the Unix "unzip" command. The MATLAB "unzip" fails.
Also, the zip file contains yet another copy of itself (complement.zip). That file includes still another copy of the code.
Please rezip the file and repost it. You should exclude the nested zip file.
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