Classification Performance Using Principal Component Analysis and Different Value of the Ratio R
Keywords:feature extraction, linear feature extraction methods, principal component analysis, classification algorithms, classification accuracy
AbstractA comparison between several classification algorithms with feature extraction on real dataset is presented. Principal Component Analysis (PCA) has been used for feature extraction with different values of the ratio R, evaluated and compared using four different types of classifiers on two real benchmark data sets. Accuracy of the classifiers is influenced by the choice of different values of the ratio R. There is no best value of the ratio R, for different datasets and different classifiers accuracy curves as a function of the number of features used may significantly differ. In our cases feature extraction is especially effective for classification algorithms that do not have any inherent feature selections or feature extraction build in, such as the nearest neighbour methods or some types of neural networks.
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