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Newsletter December 2012

Sorting fries: Don't miss rotten potatoes anymore!

A sorting example of classifier tuning


Not all errors are equally important. In sorting applications, some errors should be entirely avoided. In this tutorial, you will learn how to tune your classifier to find all rotten parts when sorting French fries.
Watch this 3 minute video to find out.

perClass course: Machine Learning for R&D Specialists.


training course on industrial machine learning

Want to learn how to build the best classifier for your problem?
Join us on 11-15 March 2013 in Delft, The Netherlands.

This intensive training course provides you with the practical methodology to develop your own solutions with perClass. Back to your office, you solve your challenge and demonstrate a working classifier to your colleagues! Read testimonials

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Get the most from confusion matrices

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Confusion matrices do not need to be so ...ehm... confusing.
In this knoweldge base article you can learn how to:

  • Spot class interactions in your multi-class problems
  • Visualize structure in your data sets
  • Quickly access misclasified samples.

December perClass course

Participants of the December perClass course

From the blog

In the last perClass course we welcome participants working in very different areas: Behavioral analysis, product inspection and service robotics. Beatrice, one of the participants, wrote us:
"The perClass course was a huge enrichment for me! ... The possibility of bringing your own data and discussing your individual task with the lecturers was very helpful." Read more

Vision fair 2012

Impressions from Vision fair 2012

From the blog

perClass was present also at this year 25th edition of the Vision fair in Stuttgart, the biggest machine vision event worldwide. We have enjoyed a great interest from system integrators, machine builders and industrial researchers! Read more