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Introduction to Pattern Recognition: A Matlab Approach is an accompanying manual to Theodoridis/Koutroumbas' Pattern Recognition.
It includes Matlab code of the most common methods and algorithms in the book, together with a descriptive summary and solved examples, and including real-life data sets in imaging and audio recognition.
This text is designed for electronic engineering, computer science, computer engineering, biomedical engineering and applied mathematics students taking graduate courses on pattern recognition and machine learning as well as R&D engineers and university researchers in image and signal processing/analyisis, and computer vision.
- Matlab code and descriptive summary of the most common methods and algorithms in Theodoridis/Koutroumbas, Pattern Recognition, Fourth Edition
- Solved examples in Matlab, including real-life data sets in imaging and audio recognition
- Available separately or at a special package price with the main text (ISBN for package: 978-0-12-374491-3)
Electronic engineering, computer science, computer engineering, biomedical engineering and applied mathematics students taking graduate courses on pattern recognition and machine learning. R&D engineers and university researchers in image and signal processing/analyisis, and computer vision;
Chapter 1. Classifiers Based on Bayes Decision Theory
1.2 Bayes Decision Theory
1.3 The Gaussian Probability Density Function
1.4 Minimum Distance Classifiers
1.4.1 The Euclidean Distance Classifier
1.4.2 The Mahalanobis Distance Classifier
1.4.3 Maximum Likelihood Parameter Estimation of Gaussian pdfs
1.5 Mixture Models
1.6 The Expectation-Maximization Algorithm
1.7 Parzen Windows
1.8 k-Nearest Neighbor Density Estimation
1.9 The Naive Bayes Classifier
1.10 The Nearest Neighbor Rule
Chapter 2. Classifiers Based on Cost Function Optimization
2.2 The Perceptron Algorithm
2.2.1 The Online Form of the Perceptron Algorithm
2.3 The Sum of Error Squares Classifier
2.3.1 The Multiclass LS Classifier
2.4 Support Vector Machines: The Linear Case
2.4.1 Multiclass Generalizations
2.5 SVM: The Nonlinear Case
2.6 The Kernel Perceptron Algorithm
2.7 The AdaBoost Algorithm
2.8 Multilayer Perceptrons
Chapter 3. Data Transformation: Feature Generation and Dimensionality Reduction
3.2 Principal Component Analysis
3.3 The Singular Value Decomposition Method
3.4 Fisher's Linear Discriminant Analysis
3.5 The Kernel PCA
3.6 Laplacian Eigenmap
Chapter 4. Feature Selection
4.2 Outlier Removal
4.3 Data Normalization
4.4 Hypothesis Testing: The t-Test
4.5 The Receiver Operating Characteristic Curve
4.6 Fisher's Discriminant Ratio
4.7 Class Separability Measures
4.7.2 Bhattacharyya Distance and Chernoff Bound
4.7.3 Measures Based on Scatter Matrices
4.8 Feature Subset Selection
4.8.1 Scalar Feature Selection
4.8.2 Feature Vector Selection
Chapter 5. Template Matching
5.2 The Edit Distance
5.3 Matching Sequences of Real Numbers
5.4 Dynamic Time Warping in Speech Recognition
Chapter 6. Hidden Markov Models
6.3 Recognition and Training
Chapter 7. Clustering
7.2 Basic Concepts and Definitions
7.3 Clustering Algorithms
7.4 Sequential Algorithms
7.4.1 BSAS Algorithm
7.4.2 Clustering Refinement
7.5 Cost Function Optimization Clustering Algorithms
7.5.1 Hard Clustering Algorithms
7.5.2 Nonhard Clustering Algorithms
7.6 Miscellaneous Clustering Algorithms
7.7 Hierarchical Clustering Algorithms
7.7.1 Generalized Agglomerative Scheme
7.7.2 Specific Agglomerative Clustering Algorithms
7.7.3 Choosing the Best Clustering
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- 3rd March 2010
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Sergios Theodoridis is professor of machine learning and signal processing with the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece and with the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, China. He has received a number of prestigious awards, including the 2014 IEEE Signal Processing Magazine Best Paper Award, the 2009 IEEE Computational Intelligence Society Transactions on Neural Networks Outstanding Paper Award, the 2017 European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP) Athanasios Papoulis Award, the 2014 IEEE Signal Processing Society Education Award, and the 2014 EURASIP Meritorious Service Award. He has served as president of EURASIP and vice president for the IEEE Signal Processing Society and as Editor-in-Chief IEEE Transactions on Signal processing. He is a Fellow of EURASIP and a Life Fellow of IEEE. He is the coauthor of the best selling book Pattern Recognition, 4th edition, Academic Press, 2009 and of the book Introduction to Pattern Recognition: A MATLAB Approach, Academic Press, 2010.
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, and Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, China.
Aggelos Pikrakis is a Lecturer in the Department of Informatics at the University of Piraeus. His research interests stem from the fields of pattern recognition, audio and image processing, and music information retrieval. He is also the co-author of Introduction to Pattern Recognition: A MATLAB Approach (Academic Press, 2010).
Lecturer, Department of Informatics, University of Piraeus, Greece
Konstantinos Koutroumbas acquired a degree from the University of Patras, Greece in Computer Engineering and Informatics in 1989, a MSc in Computer Science from the University of London, UK in 1990, and a Ph.D. degree from the University of Athens in 1995. Since 2001 he has been with the Institute for Space Applications and Remote Sensing of the National Observatory of Athens.
Institute for Space Applications & Remote Sensing, National Observatory of Athens, Greece
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