Multiclass classification is an important problem in machine learning. It can be used in a variety of applications, such as organizing documents to different categories automatically. Multi-label classification is an extension of multi-class classification — the former allows a set of labels to be associated with an instance while the latter allows only one. For instance, a document may belong to both the “politics” and “health” class if it is about the National Health Insurance. Many other similar applications arise in domains like text mining, vision, or bio-informatics.
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. A shorter version appeared in ACML 2011 link
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. A preliminary version appeared in MLD Workshop @ ICML '10 link
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Chen-Wei Hung and Hsuan-Tien Lin. Multi-label Active Learning with Auxiliary Learner, ACML 2011. link
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