A Survey of Methods for Managing the Classification and Solution of Data Imbalance Problem

@article{Hasib2020ASO,
  title={A Survey of Methods for Managing the Classification and Solution of Data Imbalance Problem},
  author={Khan Md. Hasib and Md. Sadiq Iqbal and Faisal Muhammad Shah and Jubayer Al Mahmud and Mahmudul Hasan Popel and Md. Imran Hossain Showrov and Shakil Ahmed and Obaidur Rahman},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2012.11870}
}
The problem of class imbalance is extensive for focusing on numerous applications in the real world. In such a situation, nearly all of the examples are labeled as one class called majority class, while far fewer examples are labeled as the other class usually, the more important class is called minority. Over the last few years, several types of research have been carried out on the issue of class imbalance, including data sampling, cost-sensitive analysis, Genetic Programming based models… 

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