Pattern classification using polynomial and linear regression
AbstractIn this paper we will classify patterns using an algorithm analogous to the k-means algorithm and the regression polynomial of the degree k (for instance, if k=1 we obtain the regression line, and if k=2 we obtain the regression parable), and the regression hyper-plane. We will also present a financial application in which we apply these regressions if the points represent the interests for accounts with different terms.
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Date of creation: Jan 2008
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Regression; pattern classification; k-means;
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