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CORR
2000
Springer
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Robust Classification for Imprecise Environments
In real-world environments it usually is difficult to specify target operating conditions precisely, for example, target misclassification costs. This uncertainty makes building ro...
Foster J. Provost, Tom Fawcett
AAAI
2006
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Thresholding for Making Classifiers Cost-sensitive
In this paper we propose a very simple, yet general and effective method to make any cost-insensitive classifiers (that can produce probability estimates) cost-sensitive. The meth...
Victor S. Sheng, Charles X. Ling
DMIN
2007
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Cost-Sensitive Learning vs. Sampling: Which is Best for Handling Unbalanced Classes with Unequal Error Costs?
- The classifier built from a data set with a highly skewed class distribution generally predicts the more frequently occurring classes much more often than the infrequently occurr...
Gary M. Weiss, Kate McCarthy, Bibi Zabar
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