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We have taken an empirical approach and have generated models varying from very simple to the most complex depending on the number of features used from the quality dataset. Random Forests and Bagging models have overall generated the most accurate results in terms of RMSE and Pearson correlation coefficient values. Deep Learning and Genetic Programming based bitstream models have also achieved good results but that high performance was observed only with a limited range of features. We have also obtained the epsilon-insensitive RMSE values for each model and have computed the significance of the difference between the correlation coefficients.
Overall we conclude that computing the bitstream information is worth the effort it takes to generate and helps to build more accurate models for real-time communications. However, it is useful only for the deployment of the right algorithms with the carefully selected subset of the features. The dataset and tools that have been developed during this research are publicly available for research and development purposes.",
Genetic Programming entries for Edip Demirbilek Jean-Charles Gregoire