Incremental Distributed Weighted Class Discriminant Analysis on Interval-Valued Emitter Parameters
In the age of big data, the emitter parameter measurement data is generally characteristic of uncertainty in the form of normally-distributed intervals, enormous size and continuous growth. However, existing interval-valued data analysis methods generally assume a uniform distribution instead and are unable to adapt to the rapid growth of volume. To address the above problems, we have brought forward an incremental distributed weighted class discriminant analysis method on interval-valued emitter parameters. Extensive experiments indicate that our method is able to cope with these new characteristics effectively.
KeywordsFuzzy pattern mining Emitter identification Class discriminant analysis Incremental learning Distributed computing Signal processing
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