Partitioning of feature space for pattern classification

@article{Mandal1997PartitioningOF,
  title={Partitioning of feature space for pattern classification},
  author={Deba Prasad Mandal},
  journal={Pattern Recognition},
  year={1997},
  volume={30},
  pages={1971-1990}
}
-The article proposes a simple approach for fmding a fuzzy partitioning of a feature space for pattern classification problems. A feature space is initially decomposed into some overlapping hyperboxes depending on the relative positions of the pattern classes found in the training samples. A few fuzzy if-then rules reflecting the pattern classes by the generated hyperboxes are then obtained in terms of a relational matrix. The relational matrix is utilized in the modified compositional rule of… CONTINUE READING

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