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Multi-Class Extensions of the GLDB Feature Extraction Algorithm for Spectral Data

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Multi-Class Extensions of the GLDB Feature Extraction Algorithm for Spectral Data
The Generalized Local Discriminant Bases (GLDB) algorithm proposed by Kumar, Ghosh and Crawford in [4], is a effective feature extraction method for spectral data. It identifies groups of adjacent spectral wavelengths and for each group finds a Fisher projection maximizing the separability between classes. The authors defined GLDB as a two-class feature extractor and proposed a Bayesian Pairwise Classifier (BPC) building all pairwise extractors and classifiers followed by a classifier combining scheme. With a growing number of classes the BPC classifier quickly becomes computationally prohibitive solution. In this paper, we propose two alternative multi-class extensions of GLDB algorithm, and study their respective performances and execution complexities on two real-world datasets. We show how to preserve high classification performance while mitigating the computational requirements of the GLDB-based spectral classifiers.
Pavel Paclík, Robert P. W. Duin, Serguei Ve
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Type Conference
Year 2004
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Authors Pavel Paclík, Robert P. W. Duin, Serguei Verzakov
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