Empirical Comparison of Multi-Label Classification Algorithms

@article{Tawiah2013EmpiricalCO,
  title={Empirical Comparison of Multi-Label Classification Algorithms},
  author={Clifford A. Tawiah and Victor S. Sheng},
  journal={Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence},
  year={2013}
}
Multi-label classifications exist in many real world applications. This paper empirically studies the performance of a variety of multi-label classification algorithms. Some of them are developed based on problem transformation. Some of them are developed based on adaption. Our experimental results show that the adaptive Multi-Label K-Nearest Neighbor performs the best, followed by Random k-Label Set, followed by Classifier Chain and Binary Relevance. Adaboost.MH performs the worst… 

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