Discriminative Learning for Minimum Error Classification

@inproceedings{Juang2009DiscriminativeLF,
  title={Discriminative Learning for Minimum Error Classification},
  author={Biing-Hwang Juang and Shigeru Katagiri},
  year={2009}
}
Recently, due to the advent of artificial neural networks and learning vector quantizers, there is a resurgent interest in reexamining the classical techniques of discriminant analysis to suit the new classifier structures. One of the particular problems of interest is minimum error classification in which the misclassification probability is to be minimized based on a given set of training samples. In this paper, we propose a new formulation for the minimum error classification problem… CONTINUE READING

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