Naive credal classifier 2: an extension of naive Bayes for delivering robust classifications

@inproceedings{Corani2008NaiveCC,
  title={Naive credal classifier 2: an extension of naive Bayes for delivering robust classifications},
  author={Giorgio Corani and Marco Zaffalon},
  booktitle={DMIN},
  year={2008}
}
Naive credal classifier 2 (NCC2) extends naive Bayes in order to deliver more robust classifications. NCC2 is based on a set of prior densities rather than on a single prior; as a consequence, when faced with instances whose classification is prior-dependent (and therefore might not be reliable), it returns a set of classes (we call this an indeterminate classification) instead of a single class. Moreover, NCC2 introduces a very general and flexible treatment of missing data, which, under… CONTINUE READING

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