Classification with Incomplete Data

  • García-Laencina P
  • Morales-Sánchez J
  • Verdú-Monedero R
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Many real-word classification scenarios suffer a common drawback: missing, or incomplete, data. The ability of missing data handling has become a fundamental requirement for pattern classification because the absence of certain values for relevant data attributes can seriously affect the accuracy of classification results. This chapter focuses on incomplete pattern classification. The research works on this topic currently grows wider and it is well known how useful and efficient are most of the solutions based on machine learning. This chapter analyzes the most popular and proper missing data techniques based on machine learning for solving pattern classification tasks, trying to highlight their advantages and disadvantages. © 2010, IGI Global.

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  • Pedro J. García-Laencina

  • Juan Morales-Sánchez

  • Rafael Verdú-Monedero

  • Jorge Larrey-Ruiz

  • José-Luis Sancho-Gómez

  • Aníbal R. Figueiras-Vidal

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