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Incremental Learning of Chunk Data for Online Pattern Classification Systems

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Incremental Learning of Chunk Data for Online Pattern Classification Systems
This paper presents a pattern classification system in which feature extraction and classifier learning are simultaneously carried out not only online but also in one pass where training samples are presented only once. For this purpose, we have extended incremental principal component analysis (IPCA) and some classifier models were effectively combined with it. However, there was a drawback in this approach that training samples must be learned one by one due to the limitation of IPCA. To overcome this problem, we propose another extension of IPCA called chunk IPCA in which a chunk of training samples is processed at a time. In the experiments, we evaluate the classification performance for several large-scale data sets to discuss the scalability of chunk IPCA under one-pass incremental learning environments. The experimental results suggest that chunk IPCA can reduce the training time effectively as compared with IPCA unless the number of input attributes is too large. We study the i...
Seiichi Ozawa, Shaoning Pang, Nikola K. Kasabov
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where TNN
Authors Seiichi Ozawa, Shaoning Pang, Nikola K. Kasabov
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