Towards the Learning of Weighted Multi-label Associative Classifiers
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- Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, 2018, 2018-July
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© 2018 IEEE. Because of the ability to capture the correlation between features and labels, association rules have been applied to multi-label classification. However, existing multi-label associative classification algorithms usually exploit association rules using heuristic strategies. Moreover, only the covering association rules whose feature set is a subset of the testing instance are considered. Discarding any mined rules may diminish the performance of the classifier, especially when some rules only differ from the testing instance by a few insignificant features. In this paper we propose Weighted Multi-label Associative Classifiers (WMAC) that leverage an extended set of association rules with overlapping features with the testing instance to learn a universal weight vector for features. For this purpose, we embed the set of rules into a linear model and weigh the association rules by its confidence. Empirical results on diversified datasets clearly demonstrate that WMAC outperforms other well-established multi-label classification algorithms.
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