By K A E Totton, P G Flavin (auth.), P. G. Flavin, K. A. E. Totton (eds.)
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Classes within the data can be expected to appear as distinct clusters in the space. Parametric statistical approaches to classification use knowledge of class distributions to determine planes in the multi-dimensional space that divide classes from each other. Non-parametric statistics (considered in the next section) classify without making assumptions about the underlying distributions of classes (the authors are indebted to Taylor et al  for this distinction). 1 Parametric statistical classification Fisher  first proposed the idea of a linear discriminant in 1936 to define lines in two-dimensional space (or planes in multidimensional space) that The process of generalization and specialization is more commonly referred to as candidate elimination.
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1 Classification using neural networks Neural networks, or more correctly artificial neural networks (ANN), is a term given to a wide selection of algorithms being used increasingly in many areas of data mining. A full description of ANNs is beyond the scope of this chapter but an outline of one particular ANN is given as a starting point for further study by the reader if desired. Research into ANNs was begun by scientists interested in how the brain functioned. A significant contribution was made by McCulloch and Pitts  in which they derived theorems related to models of neural systems.
Computer Aided Decision Support in Telecommunications by K A E Totton, P G Flavin (auth.), P. G. Flavin, K. A. E. Totton (eds.)