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Mathematical Model for Pattern Verification

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2 Author(s)
Dixon, R.C. ; IBM Systems Development Division Laboratory in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA ; Boudreau, P.E.

Pattern verification is mathematically defined, an appropriate decision function derived, and a measure for system evaluation is given. Two basic postulates are set forth to fully define a verification system: each known class is expected, with nonzero probability, to be verified under the correct class label; and the pattern vector extracted during verification should be descriptive of the given class, independent of which class label was entered into the system. Through appropriate use of a priori probabilities, three types of information can be incorporated into the theory: the expected number of times a given class will require verification, the expected use of each class label by a given class, and the likelihood that a particular class is susceptible to “impostor” patterns.

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IBM Journal of Research and Development  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

Nov. 1969

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