Rare geometries: revealing rare categories via dimension-driven statistics

29 Jan 2019 Henry Kvinge Elin Farnell Jingya Li Yujia Chen

In many situations, classes of data points of primary interest also happen to be those that are least numerous. A well-known example is detection of fraudulent transactions among the collection of all financial transactions, the vast majority of which are legitimate... (read more)

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