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Luebke, Karsten
Szepannek, Gero
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Technical Report 2004,69
We introduce the idea of Characteristic Regions to solve a classification problem. By identifying regions in which classes are dense (i.e. many observations) and also relevant (for discrimination) we can characterize the different classes. These Characteristic Regions are used to generate a classification rule. The result can be visualized so the user is provided with an insight into data for an easy interpretation.
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