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L, so l i=1 D1 (i) = 1), and the ﬁrst base learner is trained. Then, at each round, RA increases the weights of patterns having a higher error in the last classiﬁer: Dt+1 (i) = (Dt (i) exp(−αt yi ot (xi ))) /Zt (2) l i=1 Dt+1 (i) = 1, and αt where Zt is a normalization factor that assures that is the weight RA gives to the t-th classiﬁer αt = where 1 + rt 1 − rt (3) Dt (i)yi ot (xi ) . (4) 1 ln 2 l rt = i=1 Once all the classiﬁers have been set up, the overall output of the combined scheme is calculated as T y(x) = sign(o(x)) = sign αt ot (x) .
D = ∅, the ensemble of classiﬁers. · L, the number of classiﬁers to train. 2. For k = 1, . . , L · Take a sample Sk from Z using distribution wk . · Build a classiﬁer Dk using Sk as the training set. · Calculate the weighted error of Dk by N k wjk lkj , = (1) j=1 lkj = 1 if Dk misclassiﬁes zj and lkj = 0, otherwise. 5), 1− k · Update the individual weights j k 1 N . (2) ξ(l ) wjk+1 = wjk βk N i=1 ξ(li ) wik βk k , j = 1, . . , N. (3) where ξ(lkj ) is a function which speciﬁes which of the Boosting variants we use.
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