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Multiple Classifier Systems: 7th International Workshop, MCS 2007, Prague, Czech Republic, May 23-25, 2007, Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Multiple Classifier Systems, MCS 2007, held in Prague, Czech Republic in May 2007. It covers kernel-based fusion, applications, boosting, cluster and graph ensembles, feature subspace ensembles, multiple classifier system theory, intramodal and multimodal fusion of biometric experts, majority voting, and ensemble learning.

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Multiple Classifier Systems, MCS 2007, held in Prague, Czech Republic in May 2007. It covers kernel-based fusion, applications, boosting, cluster and graph ensembles, feature subspace ensembles, multiple classifier system theory, intramodal and multimodal fusion of biometric experts, majority voting, and ensemble learning.

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Kernel-Based Fusion.- Combining Pattern Recognition Modalities at the Sensor Level Via Kernel Fusion.- The Neutral Point Method for Kernel-Based Combination of Disjoint Training Data in Multi-modal Pattern Recognition.- Kernel Combination Versus Classifier Combination.- Deriving the Kernel from Training Data.- Applications.- On the Application of SVM-Ensembles Based on Adapted Random Subspace Sampling for Automatic Classification of NMR Data.- A New HMM-Based Ensemble Generation Method for Numeral Recognition.- Classifiers Fusion in Recognition of Wheat Varieties.- Multiple Classifier Methods for Offline Handwritten Text Line Recognition.- Applying Data Fusion Methods to Passage Retrieval in QAS.- A Co-training Approach for Time Series Prediction with Missing Data.- An Improved Random Subspace Method and Its Application to EEG Signal Classification.- Ensemble Learning Methods for Classifying EEG Signals.- Confidence Based Gating of Colour Features for Face Authentication.- View-Based Eigenspaces with Mixture of Experts for View-Independent Face Recognition.- Fusion of Support Vector Classifiers for Parallel Gabor Methods Applied to Face Verification.- Serial Fusion of Fingerprint and Face Matchers.- Boosting.- Boosting Lite – Handling Larger Datasets and Slower Base Classifiers.- Information Theoretic Combination of Classifiers with Application to AdaBoost.- Interactive Boosting for Image Classification.- Cluster and Graph Ensembles.- Group-Induced Vector Spaces.- Selecting Diversifying Heuristics for Cluster Ensembles.- Unsupervised Texture Segmentation Using Multiple Segmenters Strategy.- Classifier Ensembles for Vector Space Embedding of Graphs.- Cascading for Nominal Data.- Feature Subspace Ensembles.- A Combination of Sample Subsets and Feature Subsets in One-Against-Other Classifiers.- Random Feature Subset Selection for Ensemble Based Classification of Data with Missing Features.- Feature Subspace Ensembles: A Parallel Classifier Combination Scheme Using Feature Selection.- Stopping Criteria for Ensemble-Based Feature Selection.- Multiple Classifier System Theory.- On Rejecting Unreliably Classified Patterns.- Bayesian Analysis of Linear Combiners.- Applying Pairwise Fusion Matrix on Fusion Functions for Classifier Combination.- Modelling Multiple-Classifier Relationships Using Bayesian Belief Networks.- Classifier Combining Rules Under Independence Assumptions.- Embedding Reject Option in ECOC Through LDPC Codes.- Intramodal and Multimodal Fusion of Biometric Experts.- On Combination of Face Authentication Experts by a Mixture of Quality Dependent Fusion Classifiers.- Index Driven Combination of Multiple Biometric Experts for AUC Maximisation.- Q???stack: Uni- and Multimodal Classifier Stacking with Quality Measures.- Reliability-Based Voting Schemes Using Modality-Independent Features in Multi-classifier Biometric Authentication.- Optimal Classifier Combination Rules for Verification and Identification Systems.- Majority Voting.- Exploiting Diversity in Ensembles: Improving the Performance on Unbalanced Datasets.- On the Diversity-Performance Relationship for Majority Voting in Classifier Ensembles.- Hierarchical Behavior Knowledge Space.- Ensemble Learning.- A New Dynamic Ensemble Selection Method for Numeral Recognition.- Ensemble Learning in Linearly Combined Classifiers Via Negative Correlation.- Naïve Bayes Ensembles with a Random Oracle.- An Experimental Study on Rotation Forest Ensembles.- Cooperative Coevolutionary Ensemble Learning.- Robust Inference in Bayesian Networks with Application to Gene Expression Temporal Data.- An Ensemble Approach for Incremental Learning in Nonstationary Environments.- Invited Papers.- Multiple Classifier Systems in Remote Sensing: From Basics to Recent Developments.- Biometric Person Authentication Is a Multiple Classifier Problem.

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