Mutual Information Criteria for Feature Selection

@inproceedings{Zhang2011MutualIC,
  title={Mutual Information Criteria for Feature Selection},
  author={Zhihong Zhang and Edwin R. Hancock},
  booktitle={SIMBAD},
  year={2011}
}
  • Zhihong Zhang, Edwin R. Hancock
  • Published in SIMBAD 2011
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • In many data analysis tasks, one is often confronted with very high dimensional data. The feature selection problem is essentially a combinatorial optimization problem which is computationally expensive. To overcome this problem it is frequently assumed either that features independently influence the class variable or do so only involving pairwise feature interaction. In prior work [18], we have explained the use of a new measure called multidimensional interaction information (MII) for… CONTINUE READING

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