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The Neighbor-Joining (NJ) method of Saitou and Nei is the most widely used
distance based method in phylogenetic analysis. Central to the method is the selection
criterion, the formula used to choose which pair of objects to amalgamate next. Here
we analyze the NJ selection criterion using an...
We describe a novel extension to the Class-Cover-Catch-Digraph (CCCD)
classifier, specifically tuned to detection problems. These are two-class classification
problems where the natural priors on the classes are skewed by several orders of magnitude.
The emphasis of the proposed techniques is in...
Bayes classification procedure for a group of independent vectors treated as a
whole is considered. When the distributions are not specified, we obtain the bounds of the
minimal sample size based on the Chernoff and the Bhattacharyya distances between the
populations. The case of the normal...
In this paper we show how biplot methodology can be combined with
various forms of discriminant analyses leading to highly informative visual displays of
the respective class separations. It is demonstrated that the concept of distance as
applied to discriminant analysis provides a unified...
This paper presents new representations of token sequences, with and without
associated quantities, in Euclidean space. The representations are free of assumptions
about the nature of the sequences or the processes that generate them. Algorithms and
applications from the domains of structured...
Given a set of objects and a symmetric matrix of dissimilarities between them,
Unidimensional Scaling is the problem of finding a representation by locating points on a
continuum. Approximating dissimilarities by the absolute value of the difference between
coordinates on a line constitutes a...
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