In two-class score-based problems the combination of scores from an ensemble of experts is generally used to obtain distributions for positive and negative patterns that exhibit a larger degree of ...

In two-class score-based problems the combination of scores from an ensemble of experts is generally used to obtain distributions for positive and negative patterns that exhibit a larger degree of separation than those of the scores to be combined. Typically, combination is carried out by a "static" linear combination of scores, where the weights are computed by maximising a

performance function. These weights are equal for all the patterns, as they are assigned to each of the expert to be combined. In this paper we propose a "dynamic" formulation where the weights are computed individually for each pattern. Reported results on a biometric dataset show the effectiveness of the proposed combination methodology with respect to "static" linear combinations and trained combination rules.

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No comments yet1 Like1Full NameComment goes here.Daniel Olivares Martinez2 months ago