Multiclass Classification With Fuzzy-Feature Observations: Theory and Algorithms.

@article{Ma2022MulticlassCW,
  title={Multiclass Classification With Fuzzy-Feature Observations: Theory and Algorithms.},
  author={Guangzhi Ma and Jie Lu and Feng Liu and Zhen Fang and Guangquan Zhang},
  journal={IEEE transactions on cybernetics},
  year={2022},
  volume={PP}
}
The theoretical analysis of multiclass classification has proved that the existing multiclass classification methods can train a classifier with high classification accuracy on the test set, when the instances are precise in the training and test sets with same distribution and enough instances can be collected in the training set. However, one limitation with multiclass classification has not been solved: how to improve the classification accuracy of multiclass classification problems when… 

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