Aitor Sánchez-Martínez

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This article investigates the properties of class-switching ensembles composed of neural networks and compares them to class-switching ensembles of decision trees and to standard ensemble learning methods, such as bagging and boosting. In a class-switching ensemble, each learner is constructed using a modified version of the training data. This modification(More)
We investigate the properties of ensembles of neural networks , in which each network in the ensemble is constructed using a perturbed version of the training data. The perturbation consists in switching the class labels of a subset of training examples selected at random. Experiments on several UCI and synthetic datasets show that these class-switching(More)
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