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" Thus, pattern recognition, or decision-making in a broader sense, may be considered as a problem of estimating density functions in a high-dimensional space and dividing the space into the regions of categories or classes. "
Introduction to Statistical Pattern Recognition - Page 7
by Keinosuke Fukunaga - 2013 - 592 pages
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Pattern Recognition with Neural Networks in C++

Abhijit S. Pandya, Robert B. Macy - Computers - 1995 - 432 pages
...from the perspective of practical engineering applications. These books present pattern recognition as a problem of estimating density functions in a high-dimensional space and dividing this hypcrspace into regions of categories or classes. Decision making in this case is performed using...
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Artificial Intelligence and Automation

Nikolaos G. Bourbakis - Computers - 1998 - 536 pages
...design a classifier are called learning or training samples. Pattern recognition in a broader sense can be considered as a problem of estimating density functions...into the regions of categories or classes. Because of this view, mathematical statistics forms the foundation of this subject. The key parameter in pattern...
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Automated Biometrics: Technnologies and Systems

David Zhang - Business & Economics - 2000 - 331 pages
...verification ERRs were about the same [5]. LIKELIHOOD NORMALIZATION In a broader sense, pattern recognition may be considered as a problem of estimating density...the space into the regions of categories or classes. Normalization can be viewed as a very important process for a successful classifier design [22], because...
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Fuzzy Clustering Via Proportional Membership Model

Susana Nascimento - Computers - 2005 - 178 pages
...analysed. From a statistical point of view, clustering (or decision-making, in a broader sense) is usually considered as a problem of estimating density functions...high-dimensional space and dividing the space into distinct regions. In this context, mathematical statistics forms the foundation of the subject. The...
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