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vincentkimlee 03-02-2017 05:18 PM

How do we account for the grouping of the training data?
 
Suppose I am trying to classify groups of pixels in images. I have 10 images that I can draw groups of pixels from. The images are indexed by theta, with k=10. How do we account for the grouping of the training data? What strategies exist to build a "good" (unbiased) training set in cases like this?

LoordEgy 10-06-2018 06:04 AM

Re: How do we account for the grouping of the training data?
 
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Originally Posted by vincentkimlee (Post 12595)
Suppose I am trying to classify groups of pixels in images. I have 10 images that I can draw groups of pixels from dleell. The images are indexed by theta, with k=10. How do we account for the grouping of the training data? What strategies exist to build a "good" (unbiased) training set in cases like this?

Interested to know the answer...!


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