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ICASSP
2011
IEEE
7 years 8 months ago
Sound morphing by feature interpolation
The goal of sound morphing by feature interpolation is to obtain sounds whose values of features are intermediate between those of the source and target sounds. In order to do thi...
Marcelo F. Caetano, Xavier Rodet
AUSDM
2007
Springer
94views Data Mining» more  AUSDM 2007»
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Classification for accuracy and insight: A weighted sum approach
This research presents a classifier that aims to provide insight into a dataset in addition to achieving classification accuracies comparable to other algorithms. The classifier c...
Anthony Quinn, Andrew Stranieri, John Yearwood
ICDM
2005
IEEE
128views Data Mining» more  ICDM 2005»
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An Expected Utility Approach to Active Feature-Value Acquisition
In many classiļ¬cation tasks training data have missing feature values that can be acquired at a cost. For building accurate predictive models, acquiring all missing values is of...
Prem Melville, Foster J. Provost, Raymond J. Moone...
SSDBM
2006
IEEE
122views Database» more  SSDBM 2006»
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Probabilistic Ranking Queries on Gaussians
In many modern applications, there are no exact values available to describe the data objects. Instead, the feature values are considered to be uncertain. This uncertainty is mode...
Christian Böhm, Alexey Pryakhin, Matthias Sch...
ICIP
2008
IEEE
9 years 6 months ago
Local-spectrum-based distinction between handwritten and machine-printed characters
In this paper, we propose a method to distinguish between handwritten and machine-printed characters with no need to locate character or text-line positions. We transform a local ...
Jumpei Koyama, Akira Hirose, Masahiro Kato
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