Continuum centroid classifier for functional data

02/11/2021
by   Zhiyang Zhou, et al.
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Aiming at the binary classification of functional data, we propose the continuum centroid classifier (CCC) built upon projections of functional data onto one specific direction. This direction is obtained via bridging the regression and classification. Controlling the extent of supervision, our technique is neither unsupervised nor fully supervised. Thanks to the intrinsic infinite dimension of functional data, one of two subtypes of CCC enjoys the (asymptotic) zero misclassification rate. Our proposal includes an effective algorithm that yields a consistent empirical counterpart of CCC. Simulation studies demonstrate the performance of CCC in different scenarios. Finally, we apply CCC to two real examples.

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