Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences






Classifiers overfit when the data dimensionality ratio to the number of samples is high in a dataset. This problem makes a classification model unreliable. When the overfitting problem occurs, one can achieve high accuracy in the training; however, test accuracy occurs significantly less than training accuracy. The random subspace method is a practical approach to overcome the overfitting problem. In random subspace methods, the classification algorithm selects a random subset of the features and trains a classifier function trained with the selected features. The classification algorithm repeats the process multiple times, and eventually obtains an ensemble of classifier functions. Conic functions based classifiers achieve high performance in the literature; however, these classifiers cannot overcome the overfitting problem when it is the case data dimensionality ratio to the number of samples is high. The proposed method fills the gap in the conic functions classifiers related literature. In this study, we combine the random subspace method and a novel conic function based classifier algorithm. We present the computational results by comparing the new approach with a wide range of models in the literature. The proposed method achieves better results than the previous implementations of conic function based classifiers and can compete with the other well-known methods.


Random subspace, classification, linear programming, ensemble learning, conic functions

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