The Prototyping and Focused Discriminating Strategy for Pattern Recognition and one Instantiation: the MELIDIS System

@inproceedings{Ragot2016ThePA,
  title={The Prototyping and Focused Discriminating Strategy for Pattern Recognition and one Instantiation: the MELIDIS System},
  author={Nicolas Ragot and Eric Anquetil},
  year={2016}
}
This paper presents the Prototyping and Focused Discriminating (PFD) strategy for pattern recognition. This strategy takes benefits from the duality between model generation and discrimination. Both collaborate through a focusing mechanism that detects the conflicts between the class models and drive the discrimination. Classifiers based on this collaboration benefit from a set of useful properties. The Mélidis system illustrates this strategy and extends its possibilities, using a fuzzy… CONTINUE READING

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