Questions tagged [Classification] (28)

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How to train the classifier?

Good time of day. At the moment I need to create a classifier of images that will detect specialnye pictures (sliced Vienna, gallows, blue whales, and so forth). Looking at Wikipedia, for example https://habr.com/ru/post/321834/ have a question. As I understand it,the classifier classifies the image to one of the classes (...
Lloyd4 asked April 16th 20 at 10:42
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What is the best mix or modifier?

All kind time of day! Tell me that I should do a mix or a modifier. Is on the site 10 links. They are different classes. You need to make them a effect on mouse hover. Now, each link to specify the opacity or make one out of the mix, and maybe a modifier to all to set opacity immediately?
abdullah8 asked April 7th 20 at 10:46
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Validation of classification accuracy of the marked subsets of various lengths (with a limit) on a continuous two-dimensional row?

I was looking at different examples of classifiers in Python. In General with my humble understanding of the subject, I realized that the training data submitted by packets of the same length "or something else there are fixed". Next, I can't understand how can I modify the code of any example. Please show code examples for...
Margarita asked April 1st 20 at 17:05
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Some applications of cluster analysis in the industry?

Please give me real examples of the application of cluster analysis in the industry.
Angelo73 asked March 31st 20 at 15:58
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How to draw a class in OOP?

class Slider { constructor(option) { this.slider = option.slider; this.slide = option.slide; this.prev = option.prev; this.next = option.next; this.indicator = option.indicator; this.index = 0; } showSlide(n) { if (n < 0) { this.index = 0; } if (n === this.slide.length) { this.index = this.slide.length - 1; ...
Jaiden.Lebsack asked March 24th 20 at 12:56
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How to parse strings in the naive Bayesian classifier?

Good evening, friends! Created a program that makes the classification using naive Bayes classifier. Implement a program to python3.6 To begin connect module: from sklearn.naive_bayes import GaussianNB Then the classifier itselfmodel = GaussianNB() model.fit(x_training, y_training) In the end this error: FutureWarning: Begi...
sage asked March 14th 20 at 16:27
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Criteria for the selection of important features for SVM classification (support vector machines)?

Hi, friends! Please help Council or the link. How to choose the right features for SVM classification? Do I need to normalize the numerical values of these characteristics? There is a task using SVM to learn to separate the wheat from the chaff. The beans there are certain characteristic signs by which they can distinguish,...
jaden_Adams asked October 14th 19 at 10:54
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Algorithm to find similar objects?

Hello! Assume that the similarity of some objects, we can compute by computing metrics on the classification of objects of different classifiers. I.e. each object for each classifier have their match. Question: how to find the n most (or least) similar objects to object X when the order of objects in the tens of millions,...
Miguel.Cummera asked October 10th 19 at 05:24
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Can you tell me where to find literature?

Putyatin E. P. image Processing in robotics. / Putyatin E. P., Averin S. I. – M.: Mashinostroenie, 1990. – 320 p. Methods of correlation of object detection / [A. V. Girenko, V. V. Lyashenko, V. P. Mashtalir, E. P. Putyatin] – Kharkiv: Business Info., 1996. – 112 p. Or information concerning the classification of klasteri...
Aliyah.Batz asked October 8th 19 at 06:19
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Where can I see the classification of GUI Elements?

Develop the graphical interface. Looked through many sources, but never found the normal classification of the elements (I mean the same buttons, links, DataGrid, etc.). There were some from the W3C, but they affect HTML elements. You can look in the same VS, but there is, in my opinion, a purely formal classification. Mayb...
Anthony18 asked October 7th 19 at 21:05