Top-down vs. bottom-up methods for hierarchical classification

author: Claudio Gentile, University of Insubria
published: Feb. 25, 2007,   recorded: July 2006,   views: 1064
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We deal with hierarchical classification in the general case when an instance could be associated with multiple and/or partial paths in a given taxonomy. We approach the problem from different perspectives: ”top-down vs. bottom-up”, but also ”on-line vs. batch” and ”theoretical vs. experimental”. In this talk, we briefly present our recent research experience on this subject matter.

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