Pattern Recognition An Algorithmic Approach Prof. M. Narasimha Murty Indian Institute of Science Dept. of Computer Science and Automation Bangalore . Observing the environment, and recognising patterns for the purpose of decision- making, is fundamental to human nature. The scientific discipline of pattern. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , M. Narasimha Murty and others published Pattern recognition. An algorithmic approach.
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About this Textbook Observing the environment, and recognising patterns for the purpose of decision-making, is fundamental to human nature. Topics and features: Show all. From the reviews: Many examples and exercises are proposed to make the treatment clear. Table of contents 11 chapters Table of contents 11 chapters Introduction Murty, Prof.
Narasimha et al. Pages Representation Murty, Prof. Bayes Classifier Murty, Prof. Hidden Markov Models Murty, Prof. Decision Trees Murty, Prof.To estimate how good a classifier is, an estimate can be made using the training set itself.
Computer Exercises 1. Clustering generates a partition of the data which helps decision making; the specific decision making activity of interest to us here is classification.
If we draw a hyper-sphere Sr centered at the test point with radius r and if Sr is completely enclosed by the hyper-volume of the leaf node, then only the points in the leaf node need be searched to find the nearest neighbour.
For instance, in the decision tree classifier, following the path from the root of the tree to the leaf node for the values of the features in the pattern will give the class of the pattern.
Another way to assign this membership is to base it on the distance of the sample from the class mean for all the classes. Decision Trees Murty, Prof.
Description Observing the environment and recognising patterns for the purpose of decision making is fundamental to human nature.