AUTOMATIC CONTROL OF THE TECHNOLOGICAL PROCESS USING NEURAL NETWORKS TO DETERMINE THE PARAMETERS OF THE PRODUCTION PROCESS
Keywords:automatic control, oil and gas industry, technological process, computer networks, deep neural networks.
In multifactorial systems using textual and graphical information in matrix factorization to facilitate the problem of separate data processing. Recently, in some studies, the study of neural networks to understand the content of text and graphic elements more deeply and to achieve efficacy by creating more accurate patterns of recognition of elements. However, the open question remains about how to effectively use graphic data from the thermal imager in matrix factorization. In this paper, we proposed a double-regularized matrix factorization with deep neural networks (DRMF) to solve this problem. DRMF applies a multilayered neural network model by stacking a convolutional neural network and a secured repetitive neural network to create independent distributed views of user content and objects. Then representations serve to regularize the generation of hidden models for both users and for elements of matrix factorization. So the proposed new model of the neural network works better than a model with a single convergent neural network.
In this paper, we propose double - regularized matrix factorization with deep neural networks (DRMF) to solve this problem. DRMF uses a multi-layered neural network model by enclosing a convoluted neural network and a secure repeating neural network to create independent distributed representations of user content and objects. Then the representations are used to regularize the generation of hidden models for both users and elements of matrix factorization. Thus, the proposed new neural network model works better than the model with a single converging neural network.
In traditional SF methods, only a feedback matrix is used, which contains explicit (eg, estimates) or implicit feedback to train and predict the life of the motor. As a rule, the feedback matrix is liquid, which means that most users encounter several elements. Based on this was presented in Proc. BigData Congress. However, this view has been significantly expanded using a new deep neural network model and adding new experimental attachments compared to the conference publication.
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