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Recent researchers however believe that a team suffering from issues such as role-centrality does not produce a creative outcome due to imbalanced domain knowledge of team and hence unidirectional interaction in the team (Ahmad, 2015).
By investigating the reason, we could find that the main reason should be the imbalanced distribution of training data, which makes the positive and negative samples ratio of support vector also obviously imbalanced.
Feature selection should be more important than classification algorithms in highly imbalanced situations [4].
According to data collected by SNL Financial, the American banking industry is imbalanced because five large banks control 44 percent of the banking industry in the nation.
But the concern has been chiefly that reliance on one commodity makes for an imbalanced economy and that reliance on non-tax income separates the government from the public.
I THOUGHT the normally reticent Alastair Darling was wonderful in the debate with Alex Salmond, even though I see our relationship with Scotland as now too imbalanced to continue.
Shadow Cabinet Office Minister Michael Dugher said: "The so-called national recovery is weak and imbalanced.
Beyond the face value of parental reprimands in the context of poor academic performances by children lies the possibility that needs immediate scrutiny: Do such horrific outcomes result from imbalanced parent-child relationships?
I have spoken with the doctor and you get emotionally imbalanced," the 57-year-old said.
Imbalanced learning; foundations, algorithms, and applications.
In a working document, developed at the start of 2013, the EU executive said this type of impact assessment should be carried out for proposals concerning specific territories or where there is a risk of an imbalanced impact on a territory.