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—Classifier learning with data-sets that suffer from im-balanced class distributions is a challenging problem in data mining community. This issue occurs when the number of examples that represent one class is much lower than the ones of the other classes. Its presence in many real-world applications has brought along a growth of attention from researchers.… (More)

Classification with imbalanced data-sets has become one of the most challenging problems in Data Mining. Being one class much more represented than the other produces undesirable effects in both the learning and classification processes, mainly regarding the minority class. Such a problem needs accurate tools to be undertaken; lately, ensembles of… (More)

This paper deals with multi-class classification for linguistic fuzzy rule based classification systems. The idea is to decompose the original data-set into binary classification problems using the pairwise learning approach (confronting all pair of classes), and to obtain an independent fuzzy system for each one of them. Along the inference process, each… (More)

The One-vs-One strategy is one of the most commonly used decomposition technique to overcome multi-class classification problems; this way, multi-class problems are divided into easier-to-solve binary classification problems considering pairs of classes from the original problem, which are then learned by independent base classifiers. The way of performing… (More)