Using Conflicts Among Multiple Base Classifiers to Measure the Performance of Stacking

@inproceedings{Fan1999UsingCA,
  title={Using Conflicts Among Multiple Base Classifiers to Measure the Performance of Stacking},
  author={Wei Fan and Philip K. Chan},
  year={1999}
}
We analyze the machine learning bias of stacking and point out the conflict problem. Conflicts are defined as base data with different class labels that produced the same predictions by a set of base classifiers. Based on conflicts, we propose conflict-based accuracy estimate to determine the overall accuracy of a stacked classifier and conflict-based accuracy improvement estimate to determine the overall accuracy improvement over base classifiers. We discuss some popular metrics for comparing… CONTINUE READING

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