Breaking the Interactive Bottleneck in Multi-Class Classification With Active Selection and Binary Feedback

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Executive Summary

Multi-class classification schemes typically require human input in the form of precise category names or numbers for each example to be annotated - providing this can be impractical for the user when a large (and possibly unknown) number of categories are present. In this paper, the authors propose a multi-class active learning model that requires only binary (yes/no type) feedback from the user. For instance, given two images the user only has to say whether they belong to the same class or not.

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