FIRE-DES++: Enhanced Online Pruning of Base Classifiers for Dynamic Ensemble Selection

Despite being very effective in several classification tasks, Dynamic Ensemble Selection (DES) techniques can select classifiers that classify all samples in the region of competence as being from the same class. The Frienemy Indecision REgion DES (FIRE-DES) tackles this problem by pre-selecting classifiers that correctly classify at least one pair of samples from different classes in the region of competence of the test sample... (read more)

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