Stefan Todorov Hadjitodorov

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Adjusted Rand index is used to measure diversity in cluster ensembles and a diversity measure is subsequently proposed. Although the measure was found to be related to the quality of the ensemble, this relationship appeared to be non-monotonic. In some cases, ensembles which exhibited a moderate level of diversity gave a more accurate clustering. Based on(More)
Cluster ensembles are deemed to be a robust and accurate alternative to single clustering runs. 24 methods for designing cluster ensembles are compared here using 24 data sets, both artificial and real. Adjusted rand index and classification accuracy are used as accuracy criteria with respect to a known partition assumed to be the "true" one. The data sets(More)
A system for acoustic analysis of pathological voices is proposed. The vocalized part of the voice signal is separated and all glottal cycles are traced by means of a cross-correlation detector. Based on the so determined beginning and duration of all glottal cycles, shimmer, jitter, several harmonics-to-noise ratios and other widely used acoustic(More)
Most of the existing systems and methods for laryngeal pathology detection are characterized by a classification error. One of the basic problems is the approximation and estimation of the probability density functions of the given classes. In order to increase the accuracy of laryngeal pathology detection and to eliminate the most dangerous error(More)
The aim of the current study was to compare the predictive performance of a mechanistically based model and an empirical artificial neural network (ANN) model to describe the relationship between the tissue-to-unbound plasma concentration ratios (Kpu's) of 14 rat tissues and the lipophilicity (LogP) of a series of nine 5-n-alkyl-5-ethyl barbituric acids.(More)
Cluster ensembles are deemed to be better than single clustering algorithms for discovering complex or noisy structures in data. Various heuristics for constructing such ensembles have been examined in the literature, e.g., random feature selection, weak clusterers, random projections, etc. Typically, one heuristic is picked at a time to construct the(More)