Comparing the classification performance of multi sensor data fusion based on feature extraction and feature selection
Maz Jamilah, Masnan
Ali Yeon, Md Shakaff, Prof. Dr.
Nor Idayu, Mahat
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Linear discriminant analysis (LDA) has been widely used in the classification of multi sensor data fusion. This paper discusses the performance of LDA when the classifications were performed based on feature extraction and feature selection methods. Comparisons were also made based on single sensor modality. These strategies were studied using a honey dataset along with two types of sugar concentration collected from two types of sensors namely electronic nose (e-nose) and electronic tongue (e-tongue). Assessment of error rate was achieved using the leave-one-out procedure.