Handbuch der Organischen Chemie. Achter Band by Beilstein F.

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Q∈ ; q∈ —the number of selected features, then the samples are classified using the following two rules. Rule 1 is a voting step whereas Rule 2 is the decision maker. 6) where, Aj is the jth feature of the sample to be classified, NCi is the number of votes for a particular class Ci . 7) where, C is the class to which the sample belongs to (the output class). A detailed flowchart of the training phase of the classifier is provided in Fig. 6. The FRSC classifier is a margin classifier that provides the minimum distance from the classification boundary, namely margin of classification, for each sample.

Soft Comput. 11(4), 3429–3440 (2011) 40. K. Pisharady, P. P. Loh, Hand posture and face recognition using a fuzzy-rough approach. Int. J. Humanoid Rob. 7(3), 331–356 (2010) 41. C Bishop, Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition (Oxford University Press, New York, 1995) Chapter 3 Multi-Feature Pattern Recognition The way is long if one follows precepts, but short... if one follows patterns Lucius Annaeus Seneca Abstract This chapter focuses on feature selection and classification of multi-feature patterns.

Similar and overlapped features in a dataset make the classification of patterns difficult. Interclass feature overlaps and similarities lead to indiscernibility and vagueness. Rough set theory [13, 14] is useful for decision making in situations where indiscernibility is present, and, fuzzy set theory [25] is suitable when vague decision boundaries exist. The feature space is partitioned into fuzzy equivalence classes through fuzzy-discretization in the FRSC algorithm. The predictive features in a dataset are identified and if-then classification rules are generated using these features.

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