Deep Learning Model for Incomplete Data

불완전한 데이터를 위한 딥러닝 모델

Lee, Jong Chan

  • Received : 2018.12.18
  • Accepted : 2019.02.20
  • Published : 2019.02.28


The proposed model is developed to minimize the loss of information in incomplete data including missing data. The first step is to transform the learning data to compensate for the loss information using the data extension technique. In this conversion process, the attribute values of the data are filled with binary or probability values in one-hot encoding. Next, this conversion data is input to the deep learning model, where the number of entries is not constant depending on the cardinality of each attribute. Then, the entry values of each attribute are assigned to the respective input nodes, and learning proceeds. This is different from existing learning models, and has an unusual structure in which arbitrary attribute values are distributedly input to multiple nodes in the input layer. In order to evaluate the learning performance of the proposed model, various experiments are performed on the missing data and it shows that it is superior in terms of performance. The proposed model will be useful as an algorithm to minimize the loss in the ubiquitous environment.


Deep learning model;Extended data expression;Incomplete data;Attribute value;EBP


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