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JCB
2002
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Strong Feature Sets from Small Samples
For small samples, classi er design algorithms typically suffer from over tting. Given a set of features, a classi er must be designed and its error estimated. For small samples, ...
Seungchan Kim, Edward R. Dougherty, Junior Barrera...
KDD
2009
ACM
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Consensus group stable feature selection
Stability is an important yet under-addressed issue in feature selection from high-dimensional and small sample data. In this paper, we show that stability of feature selection ha...
Steven Loscalzo, Lei Yu, Chris H. Q. Ding
ICML
2007
IEEE
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Minimum reference set based feature selection for small sample classifications
We address feature selection problems for classification of small samples and high dimensionality. A practical example is microarray-based cancer classification problems, where sa...
Xue-wen Chen, Jong Cheol Jeong
JMLR
2012
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Domain Adaptation: A Small Sample Statistical Approach
We study the prevalent problem when a test distribution differs from the training distribution. We consider a setting where our training set consists of a small number of sample d...
Ruslan Salakhutdinov, Sham M. Kakade, Dean P. Fost...
BIOINFORMATICS
2006
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What should be expected from feature selection in small-sample settings
Motivation: High-throughput technologies for rapid measurement of vast numbers of biological variables offer the potential for highly discriminatory diagnosis and prognosis; howev...
Chao Sima, Edward R. Dougherty
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