Guidelines to Select Machine Learning Scheme for Classification of Biomedical Datasets

@inproceedings{Tanwani2009GuidelinesTS,
  title={Guidelines to Select Machine Learning Scheme for Classification of Biomedical Datasets},
  author={Ajay Kumar Tanwani and M. Jamal Afridi and Muhammad Zubair Shafiq and Muddassar Farooq},
  booktitle={EvoBIO},
  year={2009}
}
Biomedical datasets pose a unique challenge to machine learning and data mining algorithms for classification because of their high dimensionality, multiple classes, noisy data and missing values. This paper provides a comprehensive evaluation of a set of diverse machine learning schemes on a number of biomedical datasets. To this end, we follow a four step evaluation methodology: (1) pre-processing the datasets to remove any redundancy, (2) classification of the datasets using six different… CONTINUE READING
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