O. Fatih Kilic

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We propose an online algorithm for supervised learning with strong performance guarantees under the empirical zero-one loss. The proposed method adaptively partitions the feature space in a hierarchical manner and generates a powerful finite combination of basic models. This provides algorithm to obtain a strong classification method which enables it to(More)
We introduce a new combination approach for the mixture of adaptive filters based on the set-membership filtering (SMF) framework. We perform SMF to combine the outputs of several parallel running adaptive algorithms and propose unconstrained, affinely constrained and convexly constrained combination weight configurations. Here, we achieve better trade-off(More)
In this work, we propose a new approach for mixture of adaptive filters based on set-membership filters (SMF) which is specifically designated for big data signal processing applications. By using this approach, we achieve significantly reduced computational load for the mixture methods with better performance in convergence rate and steady-state error with(More)
We introduce a new combination approach for the mixture of adaptive filters based on the set-membership filtering (SMF) framework. We perform SMF to combine the outputs of several parallel running adaptive algorithms and propose unconstrained, affinely constrained and convexly constrained combination weight configurations. Here, we achieve better trade-off(More)
We introduce an on-line classification algorithm based on the hierarchical partitioning of the feature space which provides a powerful performance under the defined empirical loss. The algorithm adaptively partitions the feature space and at each region trains a different classifier. As a final classification result algorithm adaptively combines the outputs(More)
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