Set Analysis of Coincident Errors and Its Applications for Combining Classifiers
There is a common agreement in many recent publications related to pattern recognition that dependency among classifier outputs plays a key role in combining classifiers –. Diversity, independence, disagreement and most recently negative dependency are the terms often used to express a desirable relation among classifiers to ensure the maximum improvement of the fusion system –. In this variety of concepts the idea is the same: how to measure relationship among classifiers from their outputs so that it is possible to say something about the combined classifier performance? Recent investigations indicate that error coincidences seem to be the most valuable information in this pursuit –.
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