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MEDBIOMETRICS
2010

A DIAMOND Method for Classifying Biological Data

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A DIAMOND Method for Classifying Biological Data
This study proposes an effective method called DIAMOND to classify biological and medical data. Given a set of objects with some classes, DIAMOND separates the objects into different cubes, where each cube is assigned to a class. Via the union of these cubes, we utilize mixed integer programs to induce classification rules with better rates of accuracy, support and compactness. Two practical data sets, one of HSV patient results and the other of Iris flower, are tested to illustrate the advantages of DIAMOND over some current methods.
Han-Lin Li, Yao-Huei Huang, Ming-Hsien Chen
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where MEDBIOMETRICS
Authors Han-Lin Li, Yao-Huei Huang, Ming-Hsien Chen
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