BRIEF SURVEY OF KNOWLEDGE AGGREGRATION METHODS.

Michael Landy, Robert A. Hummel

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Several iterative knowledge aggregation methods are discussed. Such methods are used to choose one of a finite set of labels about each of a set of objects. First, a stimulus is analyzed locally at each object, yielding an initial state which assigns a weight of the evidence from that analysis to each of the labels. The methods continue as a sequence of trials where new evidence is gathered and the current state and new evidence are combined, resulting in a new state. This method iterates until sufficient confidence in a single label at each object is achieved. Several such methods are compared.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings - International Conference on Pattern Recognition
PublisherIEEE
Pages248-252
Number of pages5
ISBN (Print)0818607424
StatePublished - 1986

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Landy, M., & Hummel, R. A. (1986). BRIEF SURVEY OF KNOWLEDGE AGGREGRATION METHODS. In Proceedings - International Conference on Pattern Recognition (pp. 248-252). IEEE.

BRIEF SURVEY OF KNOWLEDGE AGGREGRATION METHODS. / Landy, Michael; Hummel, Robert A.

Proceedings - International Conference on Pattern Recognition. IEEE, 1986. p. 248-252.

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Landy, M & Hummel, RA 1986, BRIEF SURVEY OF KNOWLEDGE AGGREGRATION METHODS. in Proceedings - International Conference on Pattern Recognition. IEEE, pp. 248-252.
Landy M, Hummel RA. BRIEF SURVEY OF KNOWLEDGE AGGREGRATION METHODS. In Proceedings - International Conference on Pattern Recognition. IEEE. 1986. p. 248-252
Landy, Michael ; Hummel, Robert A. / BRIEF SURVEY OF KNOWLEDGE AGGREGRATION METHODS. Proceedings - International Conference on Pattern Recognition. IEEE, 1986. pp. 248-252
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