Pattern Recognition, Second Edition by Sergios Theodoridis

By Sergios Theodoridis

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Thus a small shift of the decision hyperplane has a small effect on the result. 4 illustrates this. For each class, the circles around the means indicate regions where samples have a high probability, say 98%, of being found. 4b to large variance. 4a. 3: Decision line for two classes and normally distributed vectors with = σ 2 I . 36) Decision line (a) for compact and (b) for noncompact classes. 38) −1 where x −1 ≡ (x T −1 x)1/2 is the so-called −1 norm of x. The comments made before for the case of the diagonal covariance matrix are still valid, with one exception.

Hint: To generate the vectors, recall from [Papo 91, page 144] that a linear transformation of Gaussian random vectors also results in Gaussian vectors. 14 Consider a two-class problem with normally distributed vectors with the same in both classes. Show that the decision hyperplane at the point x 0 , Eq. 38), is tangent to the constant Mahalanobis distance hyperellipsoids. Hint: (a) Compute the gradient of Mahalanobis distance with respect to x. (b) Recall from vector analysis that ∂f∂(xx ) is normal to the tangent of the surface f (x) = constant.

A penalty term λki , known as loss, is associated with this wrong decision. 14) Ri Observe that the integral is the overall probability of a feature vector from class ωk being classified in ωi . This probability is weighted by λki . Our goal now is to choose the partitioning regions Rj so that the average risk M r= rk P (ωk ) k=1 M M = λki p(x|ωk )P (ωk ) dx i=1 Ri k=1 1 The terminology comes from the general decision theory. 15) 18 Chapter 2: CLASSIFIERS BASED ON BAYES DECISION THEORY is minimized.

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