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The effect of unlabeled samples in reducing the small sample size problem and mitigating the Hughes phenomenon

The effect of unlabeled samples in reducing the small sample size problem and mitigating the Hughes phenomenon,10.1109/36.312897,IEEE Transactions on

The effect of unlabeled samples in reducing the small sample size problem and mitigating the Hughes phenomenon   (Citations: 239)
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The authors study the use of unlabeled samples in reducing the problem of small training sample size that can severely affect the recognition rate of classifiers when the dimensionality of the multispectral data is high. The authors show that by using additional unlabeled samples that are available at no extra cost, the performance may be improved, and therefore the Hughes phenomenon can be mitigated. Furthermore, by experiments, they show that by using additional unlabeled samples more representative estimates can be obtained. They also propose a semiparametric method for incorporating the training (i.e., labeled) and unlabeled samples simultaneously into the parameter estimation process
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