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Author Pękalska, Elżbieta.
Title The dissimilarity representation for pattern recognition : foundations and applications / Elżbieta Pękalska, Robert P.W. Duin.
Imprint New Jersey ; London : World Scientific, ©2005.

Author Pękalska, Elżbieta.
Series Series in machine perception and artificial intelligence ; v. 64
Series in machine perception and artificial intelligence ; v. 64.
Subject Pattern perception.
Pattern recognition systems.
Alt Name Duin, Robert P. W.
Author Pękalska, Elżbieta.
Series Series in machine perception and artificial intelligence ; v. 64
Series in machine perception and artificial intelligence ; v. 64.
Subject Pattern perception.
Pattern recognition systems.
Alt Name Duin, Robert P. W.
Description 1 online resource (xxvi, 607 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents Preface; Notation and basic terminology; Abbreviations; Contents; 1. Introduction; 1.1 Recognizing the pattern; 1.2 Dissimilarities for representation; 1.3 Learning from examples; 1.4 Motivation of the use of dissimilarity representations; 1.5 Relation to kernels; 1.6 Outline of the book; 1.7 In summary; PART 1 Concepts and theory; 2. Spaces; 3. Characterization of dissimilarities; 4. Learning approaches; 5. Dissimilarity measures; PART 2 Practice; 6. Visualization; 7. Further data exploration; 8. One-class classifiers; 9. Classification; 10. Combining.
Summary This book provides a fundamentally new approach to pattern recognition in which objects are characterized by relations to other objects instead of by using features or models. This 'dissimilarity representation' bridges the gap between the traditionally opposing approaches of statistical and structural pattern recognition. Physical phenomena, objects and events in the world are related in various and often complex ways. Such relations are usually modeled in the form of graphs or diagrams. While this is useful for communication between experts, such representation is difficult to combine and in.
ISBN 9812703179 (electronic bk.)
9789812703170 (electronic bk.)
9789812565303
9812565302
9812565302
OCLC # 232160011
Additional Format Print version: Pękalska, Elżbieta. Dissimilarity representation for pattern recognition. Hackensack, NJ ; London : World Scientific, ©2005 9812565302 (DLC) 2006283693 (OCoLC)64097053


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