Feature Ranking Methods Used for Selection of Prototypes
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Prototype selection, as a preprocessing step in machine learning, is effective in decreasing the computational cost of classification task by reducing the number of retained instances. This goal is obtained by shrinking the level of noise and rejecting the irrelevant data. Prototypes may be also used to understand the data through improving comprehensibility of results. In the paper we discus an approach for instance selection based on techniques known from feature selection pointing out the dualism between feature and instance selection. Finally some experiments are shown which uses feature ranking methods for instance selection.
KeywordsFeature Selection Mutual Information Feature Ranking Instance Selection Ranking Criterion
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