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The weighted nearest neighbor rule for class dependent sample sizes (Corresp.)

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The nearest neighbor rule is considered for data samples obtained by selecting N_{i} independent samples with the conditional distribution corresponding to class C_{i} . It is shown that a weighted distance rule can The nearest neighbor nde is considered for data samples obtained by selecting N_{i} independent samples with the conditional distribution corresponding to class C_{i} . It is shown that a weighted distance rule can improve the performance when the ratio of N_{i} to the total sample size differs substantially from the {\sl a priori} probability of class C_{i} .

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 5 )