Binary tree classifier and context classifier
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Two methods of designing a point classifier are discussed in this paper, one is a binary decision tree classifier based on the Fisher's linear discriminant function as a decision rule at each nonterminal node, and the other is a contextual classifier which gives each pixel the highest probability label given some substantially sized context including the pixel. Experiments were performed both on a simulated image and real images to illustrate the improvement of the classification accuracy over the conventional single-stage Bayes classifier under Gaussian distribution assumption.
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