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Multiple Classifier Systems: Third International Workshop, MCS 2002, Cagliari, Italy, June 24-26, 2002. Proceedings: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, cartea 2364

Editat de Fabio Roli, Josef Kittler
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 12 iun 2002
Driven by the requirements of a large number of practical and commercially - portant applications, the last decade has witnessed considerable advances in p- tern recognition. Better understanding of the design issues and new paradigms, such as the Support Vector Machine, have contributed to the development of - proved methods of pattern classi cation. However, while any performance gains are welcome, and often extremely signi cant from the practical point of view, it is increasingly more challenging to reach the point of perfection as de ned by the theoretical optimality of decision making in a given decision framework. The asymptoticity of gains that can be made for a single classi er is a re?- tion of the fact that any particular design, regardless of how good it is, simply provides just one estimate of the optimal decision rule. This observation has motivated the recent interest in Multiple Classi er Systems , which aim to make use of several designs jointly to obtain a better estimate of the optimal decision boundary and thus improve the system performance. This volume contains the proceedings of the international workshop on Multiple Classi er Systems held at Robinson College, Cambridge, United Kingdom (July 2{4, 2001), which was organized to provide a forum for researchers in this subject area to exchange views and report their latest results.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783540438182
ISBN-10: 3540438181
Pagini: 352
Ilustrații: X, 342 p.
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 x 18 mm
Greutate: 0.49 kg
Ediția:2002
Editura: Springer Berlin, Heidelberg
Colecția Springer
Seria Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Locul publicării:Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany

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Invited Papers.- Multiclassifier Systems: Back to the Future.- Support Vector Machines, Kernel Logistic Regression and Boosting.- Multiple Classification Systems in the Context of Feature Extraction and Selection.- Bagging and Boosting.- Boosted Tree Ensembles for Solving Multiclass Problems.- Distributed Pasting of Small Votes.- Bagging and Boosting for the Nearest Mean Classifier: Effects of Sample Size on Diversity and Accuracy.- Highlighting Hard Patterns via AdaBoost Weights Evolution.- Using Diversity with Three Variants of Boosting: Aggressive, Conservative, and Inverse.- Ensemble Learning and Neural Networks.- Multistage Neural Network Ensembles.- Forward and Backward Selection in Regression Hybrid Network.- Types of Multinet System.- Discriminant Analysis and Factorial Multiple Splits in Recursive Partitioning for Data Mining.- Design Methodologies.- New Measure of Classifier Dependency in Multiple Classifier Systems.- A Discussion on the Classifier Projection Space for Classifier Combining.- On the General Application of the Tomographic Classifier Fusion Methodology.- Post-processing of Classifier Outputs in Multiple Classifier Systems.- Combination Strategies.- Trainable Multiple Classifier Schemes for Handwritten Character Recognition.- Generating Classifier Ensembles from Multiple Prototypes and Its Application to Handwriting Recognition.- Adaptive Feature Spaces for Land Cover Classification with Limited Ground Truth Data.- Stacking with Multi-response Model Trees.- On Combining One-Class Classifiers for Image Database Retrieval.- Analysis and Performance Evaluation.- Bias—Variance Analysis and Ensembles of SVM.- An Experimental Comparison of Fixed and Trained Fusion Rules for Crisp Classifier Outputs.- Reduction of the Boasting Bias of Linear Experts.- Analysis of Linear and Order Statistics Combiners for Fusion of Imbalanced Classifiers.- Applications.- Boosting and Classification of Electronic Nose Data.- Content-Based Classification of Digital Photos.- Classifier Combination for In Vivo Magnetic Resonance Spectra of Brain Tumours.- Combining Classifiers of Pesticides Toxicity through a Neuro-fuzzy Approach.- A Multi-expert System for Movie Segmentation.- Decision Level Fusion of Intramodal Personal Identity Verification Experts.- An Experimental Comparison of Classifier Fusion Rules for Multimodal Personal Identity Verification Systems.

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Driven by the requirements of a large number of practical and commercially - portant applications, the last decade has witnessed considerable advances in p- tern recognition. Better understanding of the design issues and new paradigms, such as the Support Vector Machine, have contributed to the development of - proved methods of pattern classi cation. However, while any performance gains are welcome, and often extremely signi cant from the practical point of view, it is increasingly more challenging to reach the point of perfection as de ned by the theoretical optimality of decision making in a given decision framework. The asymptoticity of gains that can be made for a single classi er is a re?- tion of the fact that any particular design, regardless of how good it is, simply provides just one estimate of the optimal decision rule. This observation has motivated the recent interest in Multiple Classi er Systems , which aim to make use of several designs jointly to obtain a better estimate of the optimal decision boundary and thus improve the system performance. This volume contains the proceedings of the international workshop on Multiple Classi er Systems held at Robinson College, Cambridge, United Kingdom (July 2{4, 2001), which was organized to provide a forum for researchers in this subject area to exchange views and report their latest results.