Repairing non-monotone ordinal data sets by changing class labels
Ordinal data sets often contain a certain amount of non-monotone noise. This paper proposes three algorithms for removing these non-monotonicities by relabeling the noisy instances. The first
one is a naive algorithm. The second one is a refinement of this naive algorithm which minimizes the difference between the old and the new label. The third one is optimal in the sense that the number of unchanged instances is maximized. The last algorithm is a refinement of the second. In addition, the runtime complexities are discussed.
|Keywords||Ordinal data sets|
|Publisher||Erasmus University Rotterdam|
|Series||Econometric Institute Research Papers|
Pijls, W.H.L.M, & Potharst, R. (2014). Repairing non-monotone ordinal data sets by changing class labels (No. EI 2014-29). Econometric Institute Research Papers. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/77641