Article 12421

Title of the article

DEVELOPMENT OF AN ALGORITHM FOR OPTIMIZING NEURAL NETWORK TRAINING WHEN DETERMINING THE NUMBER OF NEURONS IN A HIDDEN LAYER IN ORDER TO INCREASE THE PROBABILITY OF RECOGNIZING IMAGES OF A GROUND TARGET 

Authors

Anatoly I. Godunov, Doctor of technical sciences, professor, professor of the sub-department of automatics and telemechanics, Penza State University (40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia), E-mail: Godunov@pnzgu.ru
Sergey V. Shishkov, Candidate of technical sciences, associate professor, associate professor of the sub-department of production and operation of missile and artillery weapons, Branch of the Military Academy of Logistics named after Army General A.V. Khrulev in Penza (1 Voennyy gorodok, Penza, Russia), E-mail:sergej.shishkov.75@mail.ru
Sergey T. Balanyan, Candidate of technical sciences, associate professor, doctoral candidate of the sub-department of aviation armament and effectiveness of combat use, Air Force Academy named after professor N. E. Zhukovsky and Yu. A. Gagarin (54A Starykh Bol'shevikov street, Voronezh, Russia), E-mail: bst76@yandex.ru
F. H. Al Saftli, Adjunkt, Air Force Academy named after professor N. E. Zhukovsky and Yu. A. Gagarin (54A Starykh Bol'shevikov street, Voronezh, Russia), E-mail: fadi79@yandex.ru 

Index UDK

623.465.7 

DOI

10.21685/2307-4205-2021-4-12 

Abstract

Background. High accuracy of recognition of typical ground objects by optoelectronic tracking systems can be achieved by optimizing the parameters of an artificial neural network (INS) such as: the dimension and structure of the INS input signal, synapses of network neurons, the number of neurons of each network layer and the number of network layers. Materials and methods. The existing algorithms for optimizing the training of the INS are considered when determining the number of neurons in the input, hidden and output layers of the INS in order to increase the probability of recognizing images of a ground target. The factors of improving the training of the INS, determining the number of neurons in the hidden layer for recognizing images of ground objects in such algorithms as the Levenberg – Marquardt algorithm, the Bayesian regularization algorithm, the scalable conjugate gradient algorithm and the developed algorithm are investigated. Results and conclusions. The possibility of using the developed algorithm in the subsystem of information and missile control during television homing on the target is investigated. The software implementation of the developed algorithm using the Matlab programming language is carried out. 

Key words

optimization, neural network, hidden layer, neural network training, Levenberg – Marquardt algorithm, Bayesian regularization algorithm, scalable conjugate gradient algorithm, recognition, probability, goal 

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