Method of Code Description of Classes for Solving Multi-Class Problem
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The method of code description of classes, which is a development of the ECOC (error-correcting output codes) method, is grounded theoretically. The main difference is as follows: a multiset of code descriptions of its training objects is used instead of one object code. It is shown that under certain conditions the two methods are equivalent. Ways for improving the recognition quality if code descriptions are used are shown.
Keywordsrecognition multiclass problem ECOC multilevel method class code description
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