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XiVj^/A/-)}. The relationship between a pair of classifiers Ci and Cj can be shown in the form of the 2 x 2 contingency table (Table 1). In order to use this table for any number of classes the "oracle" labels are applied. e. it recognizes the true class (y^) of the example x^, and Ri = 0 means that the classifier is wrong. Classifiers Rj = l Rj = o a b Ri = l c d Ri = 0 Table 1. A 2 x 2 contingency table for the "oracle" outputs Kuncheva et al. (2000) proposed the Yule's Q statistics to evaluate the diversity of all possible component classifier pairs.
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