Networks Data Transfer Classification Based On Neural Networks

Networks Data Transfer Classification Based On Neural Networks


  • Doaa Mohsin Abd Ali Al- Mustansiriyah University.
  • Donia Fadil Chalob Al- Mustansiriyah University.
  • Ameer Badr Khudhair Al-Mansour University College.



Data Transmission, Levenberg Marqurdte (LM) Activation Function, Back Propagation Neural University (BPNN), Artificial Neural Networks (ANN).


Data transmission classification is an important issue in networks communications, since the data classification process has the ultimate impact in organizing and arranging it according to size and area to prepare it for transmission to minimize the transmission bandwidth and enhancing the bit rate. There are several methods and mechanisms for classifying the transmitted data according to the type of data and to the classification efficiency. One of the most recent classification methods is the classification of artificial neural networks (ANN). It is considered one of the most dynamic and up-to-date research in areas of application. ANN is a branch of artificial intelligence (AI). The neural network is trained by backpropagation algorithm. Various combinations of functions and their effect while utilizing ANN as a file, classifier was studied and the validity of these functions for different types of datasets was analyzed. Back propagation neural university (BPNN) supported with Levenberg Marqurdte (LM) activation function might be utilized with as a successful data classification tool with a suitable set of training and learning functions which operates, when the probability is maximum. Whenever the maximum likelihood method was compared with backpropagation neural network method, the BPNN supported with Levenberg Marqurdte (LM) activation function was further accurate than maximum likelihood method. A high predictive ability against stable and well-functioning BPNN is possible. Multilayer feed-forward neural network algorithm is also used for classification. However BPNN supported with Levenberg Marqurdte (LM) activation function proves to be more effective than other classification algorithms.


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How to Cite

Abd Ali, D. M., Chalob, D. F., & Khudhair, A. B. (2022). Networks Data Transfer Classification Based On Neural Networks. Wasit Journal of Computer and Mathematics Sciences, 1(4), 207–225.