23 February 2005 Classification of a set of vectors using self-organizing map- and rule-based technique
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There exist various objects, such as pictures, music, texts, etc., around our environment. We have a view for these objects by looking, reading or listening. Our view is concerned with our behaviors deeply, and is very important to understand our behaviors. We have a view for an object, and decide the next action (data selection, etc.) with our view. Such a series of actions constructs a sequence. Therefore, we propose a method which acquires a view as a vector from several words for a view, and apply the vector to sequence generation. We focus on sequences of the data of which a user selects from a multimedia database containing pictures, music, movie, etc... These data cannot be stereotyped because user's view for them changes by each user. Therefore, we represent the structure of the multimedia database as the vector representing user's view and the stereotyped vector, and acquire sequences containing the structure as elements. Such a vector can be classified by SOM (Self-Organizing Map). Hidden Markov Model (HMM) is a method to generate sequences. Therefore, we use HMM of which a state corresponds to the representative vector of user's view, and acquire sequences containing the change of user's view. We call it Vector-state Markov Model (VMM). We introduce the rough set theory as a rule-base technique, which plays a role of classifying the sets of data such as the sets of “Tour”.
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Tadashi Ae, Kaishirou Okaniwa, Kenzaburou Nosaka, "Classification of a set of vectors using self-organizing map- and rule-based technique", Proc. SPIE 5673, Applications of Neural Networks and Machine Learning in Image Processing IX, (23 February 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.583123; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.583123
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