ARTMAP-based models are neural networks which use a match-based learning procedure. The main advantage of ARTMAP-based models
over error-based models, such as Multi-Layer Perceptron, is the learning time, which is considered as significantly fast.
This feature is extremely important in complex systems that require the use of several models, such as ensembles or committees,
since they produce ... [Show full abstract] robust and fast classifiers. Subsequently, some extensions of the ARTMAP model have been proposed, such
as: ARTMAP-IC, RePART, among others. Aiming to add an extra contribution to ARTMAP context, this paper presents an analysis
of ARTMAP-based models in ensemble systems. As a result of this analysis, two main goals are aimed, which are: to analyze
the influence of the RePART model in ensemble systems and to detect any relation between diversity and accuracy in ensemble
systems in order to use this relation in the design of these systems.