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A new approach based on regression analysis and mathematical programming to multi-group classification problems

  title={A new approach based on regression analysis and mathematical programming to multi-group classification problems},
  author={Mustafa Isa Dogan and Abdullah Orman and Mediha {\"O}rkc{\"u} and H. Hasan {\"O}rkc{\"u}},
Highlights: Graphical/Tabular Abstract  A new approach for the multi group classification problems  Using the regression analysis for the obtaining the classification scores  Using the mathematical programming for the classifying of the units Classification is the problem of identifying to which of a set of categories a new observation belongs, on the basis of a training set of data containing observations whose category membership is known. In this study, for solving multi-group… 
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