fnn.cv

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Functional Neural Networks with Cross-validation

This is a convenience function for the user. The inputs are largely the same as the fnn.fit() function with the additional parameter of fold choice. This function only works for scalar responses.

Usage
fnn.cv(
  nfolds,
  resp,
  func_cov,
  scalar_cov = NULL,
  basis_choice = c("fourier"),
  num_basis = c(7),
  hidden_layers = 2,
  neurons_per_layer = c(64, 64),
  activations_in_layers = c("sigmoid", "linear"),
  domain_range = list(c(0, 1)),
  epochs = 100,
  loss_choice = "mse",
  metric_choice = list("mean_squared_error"),
  val_split = 0.2,
  learn_rate = 0.001,
  patience_param = 15,
  early_stopping = TRUE,
  print_info = TRUE,
  batch_size = 32,
  decay_rate = 0,
  func_resp_method = 1,
  covariate_scaling = TRUE,
  raw_data = FALSE
)
Arguments
nfolds

The number of folds to be used in the cross-validation process.

resp

For scalar responses, this is a vector of the observed dependent variable. For functional responses, this is a matrix where each row contains the basis coefficients defining the functional response (for each observation).

func_cov

The form of this depends on whether the raw_data argument is true or not. If true, then this is a list of k matrices. The dimensionality of the matrices should be the same (n x p) where n is the number of observations and p is the number of longitudinal observations. If raw_data is false, then the input should be a tensor with dimensionality b x n x k where b is the number of basis functions used to define the functional covariates, n is the number of observations, and k is the number of functional covariates.

scalar_cov

A matrix contained the multivariate information associated with the data set. This is all of your non-longitudinal data.

basis_choice

A vector of size k (the number of functional covariates) with either "fourier" or "bspline" as the inputs. This is the choice for the basis functions used for the functional weight expansion. If you only specify one, with k > 1, then the argument will repeat that choice for all k functional covariates.

num_basis

A vector of size k defining the number of basis functions to be used in the basis expansion. Must be odd for fourier basis choices. If you only specify one, with k > 1, then the argument will repeat that choice for all k functional covariates.

hidden_layers

The number of hidden layers to be used in the neural network.

neurons_per_layer

Vector of size = hidden_layers. The u-th element of the vector corresponds to the number of neurons in the u-th hidden layer.

activations_in_layers

Vector of size = hidden_layers. The u-th element of the vector corresponds to the activation choice in the u-th hidden layer.

domain_range

List of size k. Each element of the list is a 2-dimensional vector containing the upper and lower bounds of the k-th functional weight.

epochs

The number of training iterations.

loss_choice

This parameter defines the loss function used in the learning process.

metric_choice

This parameter defines the printed out error metric.

val_split

A parameter that decides the percentage split of the inputted data set.

learn_rate

Hyperparameter that defines how quickly you move in the direction of the gradient.

patience_param

A keras parameter that decides how many additional epochs are eclipsed with minimal change in error before the learning process is stopped. This is only active if early_stopping = TRUE

early_stopping

If TRUE, then learning process will be halted early if error improvement isn't seen.

print_info

If TRUE, function will output information about the model as it is trained.

batch_size

Size of the batch for stochastic gradient descent.

decay_rate

A modification to the learning rate that decreases the learning rate as more and more learning iterations are completed.

func_resp_method

Set to 1 by default. In the future, this will be set to 2 for an alternative functional response approach.

covariate_scaling

If TRUE, then data will be internally scaled before model development.

raw_data

If TRUE, then user does not need to create functional observations beforehand. The function will internally take care of that pre-processing.

Details

No additional details for now.

Value

The following are returned.

predicted_folds -- The predicted scalar values in each fold.

true_folds -- The true values of the response in each fold.

MSPE -- A list object containing the MSPE in each fold and the overall cross-validated MSPE.

fold_indices -- The generated indices for each fold; for replication purposes.

Aliases
  • fnn.cv
Examples
# NOT RUN {
# Libraries
library(fda)

# Loading data
data("daily")

# Creating functional data
nbasis = 65
temp_data = array(dim = c(nbasis, 35, 1))
tempbasis65  = create.fourier.basis(c(0,365), nbasis)
tempbasis7 = create.bspline.basis(c(0,365), 7, norder = 4)
timepts = seq(1, 365, 1)
temp_fd = Data2fd(timepts, daily$tempav, tempbasis65)
prec_fd = Data2fd(timepts, daily$precav, tempbasis7)
prec_fd$coefs = scale(prec_fd$coefs)

# Data set up
temp_data[,,1] = temp_fd$coefs
resp_mat = prec_fd$coefs

# Non functional covariate
weather_scalar = data.frame(total_prec = apply(daily$precav, 2, sum))

# Setting up data to pass in to function
weather_data_full <- array(dim = c(nbasis, ncol(temp_data), 1))
weather_data_full[,,1] = temp_data
scalar_full = data.frame(weather_scalar[,1])
total_prec = apply(daily$precav, 2, mean)

# cross-validating
cv_example <- fnn.cv(nfolds = 5,
                     resp = total_prec,
                     func_cov = weather_data_full,
                     scalar_cov = scalar_full,
                     domain_range = list(c(1, 365)),
                     learn_rate = 0.001)
# }
# NOT RUN {
# }
Documentation reproduced from package FuncNN, version 1.0, License: GPL-3

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