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Abstract: In the article, two approaches to pattern recognition of signals are compared: a direct and a multistage. It is assumed that there are two generic patterns of signals, i.e. a two-class problem is considered. The direct method classifies signal in one step. The multistage method uses a multiresolution representation of signal in wavelet bases, starting from a coarse resolution at the first stage to a more detailed resolutions at the next stages. After a signal is assigned to a class, the posterior probability for this class is counted and compared with a fixed level. If the probability is higher than this level, the algorithm stops. Otherwise the signal is rejected and on the next stage the classification procedure is repeated for a higher resolution of signal. The posterior probability is calculated again. The algorithm stops when the probability is higher than a fixed level and a signal is finally assigned to a class. The wavelet filtration of signal is used for feature selection and acts as a magnifier. If the posterior probability of recognition is low on some stage, the number of features on the next stage is increased by taking a better resolution. The experiments are performed for three local decision rules: naive Bayes, linear and quadratic discriminant analysis.(More)

In the article, two approaches to pattern recognition of signals are compared: a direct and a multistage. It is assumed that there are two generic patterns of signals, i.e. a two-class problem is considered. The direct method classifies signal in one step. The multistage method uses a multiresolution representation of signal in wavelet bases, starting from a coarse resolution at the first stage to a more detailed resolutions at the next stages. After a signal is assigned to a class, the posterior probability for this class is counted and compared with a fixed level. If the probability is higher than this level, the algorithm stops. Otherwise the signal is rejected and on the next stage the classification procedure is repeated for a higher resolution of signal. The posterior probability is calculated again. The algorithm stops when the probability is higher than a fixed level and a signal is finally assigned to a class. The wavelet filtration of signal is used for feature selection and acts as a magnifier. If the posterior probability of recognition is low on some stage, the number of features on the next stage is increased by taking a better resolution. The experiments are performed for three local decision rules: naive Bayes, linear and quadratic discriminant analysis.

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Libal, U. (2013). Multistage Naive Bayes Classifier with Reject Option for Multiresolution Signal Representation.In Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Pattern Recognition Applications and Methods - Volume 1: ICPRAM, ISBN 978-989-8565-41-9, pages 289-292. DOI: 10.5220/0004266002890292

@conference{icpram13, author={Urszula Libal.}, title={Multistage Naive Bayes Classifier with Reject Option for Multiresolution Signal Representation}, booktitle={Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Pattern Recognition Applications and Methods - Volume 1: ICPRAM,}, year={2013}, pages={289-292}, publisher={SciTePress}, organization={INSTICC}, doi={10.5220/0004266002890292}, isbn={978-989-8565-41-9}, }

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JO - Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Pattern Recognition Applications and Methods - Volume 1: ICPRAM, TI - Multistage Naive Bayes Classifier with Reject Option for Multiresolution Signal Representation SN - 978-989-8565-41-9 AU - Libal, U. PY - 2013 SP - 289 EP - 292 DO - 10.5220/0004266002890292