Classification with the nearest neighbor rule in general finite dimensional spaces: necessary and sufficient conditions

Given an $n$-sample of random vectors $(X_i,Y_i)_{1 \leq i \leq n}$ whose joint law is unknown, the long-standing problem of supervised classification aims to \textit{optimally} predict the label $Y$ of a given a new observation $X$. In this context, the nearest neighbor rule is a popular flexible and intuitive method in non-parametric situations... (read more)

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