Product Evaluation Prediction Model Based on Multi-Level Deep Feature Fusion
- The model uses the fine-grained emotional quantification of various evaluations of consumers’ online shopping products, and obtains the emotional value sequence data of the comprehensive customer experience.
- DSCNN (Depthwise Separable Convolutions) to extract primary interconnected features from the data set affecting customer satisfaction, use CBAM (Convolutional Block Attention Module) to implement multi-dimensional separation feature attention strategy in channel and space dimensions, and analyze shallow feature channels and spatial dimensions through channel attention mechanism The importance of the multi-features is assigned different weights by different importances, which avoids the problem of poor prediction effect caused by the loss of important features during the training of the multi-hidden layer model.
- Optimize BiLSTM (Bidirectional Long Short-Term Memory) learning performance by CBAM attention mechanism. BiLSTM is an improvement of RNN (Recurrent Neural Network) and LSTM (Long Short-Term Memory) [12,13,14]. In order to solve the problem of gradient disappearance and gradient explosion, it can process the combined features of the front and rear bidirectional sequences at the same time, thereby obtaining the feature map of the secondary deep analysis of the data.
- Construct a multi-level deep feature fusion consisting of a channel-by-channel convolution layer, a point-by-point convolution layer, a maximum pooling layer, a weight distribution layer for channel and spatial dimension features, a bidirectional LSTM prediction layer, and a multi-layer Dense output layer. Product evaluation prediction model. The global optimization of the multi-layer model structure is carried out through the genetic algorithm, which highlights the learning advantages of each layer and eliminates the barriers of independent learning between each layer [15,16]. The ultimate goal is to improve the prediction accuracy of product evaluation satisfaction.
2. Using Genetic Algorithm to Optimize Spatiotemporal Correlation Forecast Model
2.1. Spatiotemporal Correlation Prediction Model
2.1.1. The First Feature Extraction Based on DSCNN
2.1.2. The Second Feature Extraction Based on BiLSTM
2.2. Multi-Channel and Multi-Location Attention Mechanism
2.2.1. Attention Module of Channel Dimension
2.2.2. Attention Module in Spatial Dimension
3. Model Parameter Optimization Based on Genetic Algorithm
- First, determine the model structure that needs to be optimized, including the number of deep convolutional layers, the number of BiLSTM layers, the number of fully connected layers, and the number of neurons in each of the above layers.
- Secondly, set the parameters of the genetic algorithm (as shown in Table 1), where population represents the number of individuals in the population, is the probability of parental chromosome gene recombination, is the probability of gene mutation, and represents the evolutionary generation of the genetic algorithm.
- The next step is to create the first population of the neural network, each of which is initialized with a random combination of descriptive attributes. In this paper, parameters to be optimized are put into the list and encoded with integers. There are 12 attributes to be optimized in the model, so the chromosomes of individuals in the population can be instantiated into a list containing 12 integers. When the above coding is completed, an individual genotype is formed, which is a possible value for the optimal solution of the model. The size of population in the genetic algorithm represents the number of individuals in the population. Random value is used to randomly assign value to each chromosome of all individuals. At this time, there are 10 types of individuals in the first-generation population, namely, there are 10 models with different structures, and each individual represents a possible optimal solution.
- After initialising the first generation population, the next step is to train the ten models using the dataset in this paper. The loss function during training is the mean square error (MSE) and the optimiser is Adam, with the goal of minimising the MSE. Other metrics used to evaluate the performance of the models were used to evaluate the performance of the models on the test set after training was completed, with one of the performance metrics used as a function of the fitness of the genetic algorithm to evaluate the merit of the models.
- When all individuals in the population are evaluated, the higher the fitness, the greater the probability of being selected for retention as a parent. The parent generation left from the previous generation is crossed by two chromosomes with probability, and gene mutation and generation of the next generation occur with probability, finally forming a new population. When twenty populations are generated, the iteration of genetic algorithm ends, and the individuals with the highest fitness are selected as the optimal model structure, so as to output the prediction results.
4. Experiment and Result Analysis
4.1. Experimental Data
4.2. Model Optimization Experiment
4.2.1. Model Performance Evaluation Indicators
4.2.2. Model Hyperparameter Tuning
4.3. Comparative Experiment
4.4. Analysis of Results
- This paper raises a new DSCNN-BiLSTM prediction model which integrates attention mechanism with genetic algorithm optimization, and predicts customer satisfaction degree of a product from customer online comments, thus providing scientific decision-making for enterprise production design. Firstly, a shallow feature extraction model based on deep separable convolution is adopted to fully extract the associated features between product and evaluation satisfaction data from two dimensions, effectively solving the problem of insufficient feature extraction capability of classical convolution network. Secondly, the attention mechanism is embedded for secondary depth feature extraction, and the CBAM attention distribution feature weights are used to enhance the depth feature analysis capability of BiLSTM, which improves the self-learning capability of the algorithm and effectively solves the problem of important feature loss during long-term training. Finally, the number of layers and the number of neurons per layer of the depth-separable convolutional layers, BiLSTM layers and density layers are optimised using genetic algorithms, and the model parameters are retrained and optimised by calculating the fitness function values, so as to obtain the optimal network structure of the model. Compared with traditional machine learning algorithms such as SVR and DSCNN, BiLSTM has improved the performance of our model in predicting customer affective tendency index. The performance in MSE is especially surprising to us, which is as low as 0.001.
- Meanwhile, the deep learning network optimized by genetic algorithm has good self-adaptability, self-learning ability and generalization ability. The limitation of our model performance is that when predicting new data, the model parameters need to be adjusted by genetic algorithm, which can bring high prediction accuracy, but consumes a lot of time and computing resources.
- This article takes screens as research object to analyze the fluctuation of customer satisfaction caused by the change of some important product attributes (such as price and resolution, etc.), which provides reference for enterprises in product development and design. In the future work, we plan to use the model in this paper to calculate the emotional value of texts, perform cluster analysis on online comments, and refine customers’ emotional tendency towards products from different perspectives, so as to replace the comprehensive evaluation of the emotional index in this paper. In addition, the optimization design of other adjustable parameters in the model is not limited to the structure of the model to further improve the performance of the model.
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|DSCNN||Depthwise Separable Convolutions|
|CBAM||Convolutional Block Attention Module|
|BiLSTM||Bidirectional Long Short-Term Memory|
|SVR||Support Vector Regression|
|QFD||Quality Function Deployment|
|HOQ||House of Quality|
|ss-rae||semi-supervised learning recursive autoencoder|
|NSGA-II||Non-inferior Sorting Genetic Algorithm II|
|LSTM||Long Short-Term Memory|
|CNN||Convolutional Neural Network|
|RNN||Recurrent Neural Network|
|CAM||Channel Attention Module|
|SAM||Spatial Attention Module|
|MSE||mean square error|
|MAE||mean absolute error|
|RMSE||root mean square error|
|MAPE||mean absolute percentage error|
|SMAPE||symmetric mean absolute percentage error|
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Zhou, Q.; Li, H.; Zhang, Y.; Zheng, J. Product Evaluation Prediction Model Based on Multi-Level Deep Feature Fusion. Future Internet 2023, 15, 31. https://doi.org/10.3390/fi15010031
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