Talk:Multi-label classification

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Label Combinations[edit]

Just someone with a causal interest in multi-label classification (i.e. definitely no expert), but assuming they are referring to the same approach, is the name `Label Powerset' not more common than Label Combinations? Certainly I have come across the former far more often in the literature (and indeed had never heard of Label Combinations before reading this article - relatively few hits on Google Scholar too). 129.215.59.52 (talk) 21:23, 25 February 2013 (UTC)

While Label Powerset is the more common name in the literature, Label Combination is used in the WEKA/MEKA constellation of software. As this is the reference implementation in many cases, it is often used. However I have changed the article to your recommendation as I believe your analysis is correct. Doctorambient (talk) 00:57, 7 April 2014 (UTC)