A Multi-Bias Recurrent Neural Network for Modeling Milling Sensory Data.*

G. Wang, M.A. Ben-Sassi, and R. Grosu.

In Modeling high dimension sensory data is a key issue for Cyber-Physical Manufacturing Systems especially for milling process due to: (a) Sophisticated characteristics of input signals and (b) The complex procedure of processing sensory data. In this paper, we provide an End-to-End data modeling platform i.e., a multi-bias randomly connected recurrent neural network that makes use of recurrent structure and multi-bias to achieve efficient and accurate modeling performances. In order to tune the parameters of the proposed recurrent neural network (RNN), we apply a sampling method called Zoom-In-Zoom-Out (ZIZO) that helps RNN to quickly find a set of appropriate weights. We apply our technique to an empirical data set collected from NASA data repository and show that our method provides more precise and efficient results than existing methods.

In Proc. of ICPS'18, the 1st IEEE International Conference on Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, May, 2018. IEEE.

*This work was partially supported by the NSF-Frontiers Cyber-Cardia Award, the US-AFOSR Arrive Award, the EU-Artemis EMC2 Award, the EU-Ecsel Semi40 Award, the EU-Ecsel Productive 4.0 Award, the AT-FWF-NFN RiSE Award, the AT-FWF-LogicCS-DC Award, the AT-FFG Harmonia Award, the AT-FFG Em2Apps Award, and the TUW-CPPS-DK Award.