Definition of classifier in English:

classifier

Line breaks: clas¦si|fier
Pronunciation: /ˈklasɪfʌɪə
 
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noun

1A person or thing that classifies something: any proposed filing order will be artificial and must be learnt by classifiers and users
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  • It makes decisions through its employed classifiers who decide what classification an artistic work should receive before being released to the wider public.
  • The objective of this article is to describe several of the more widely used machine learning classifiers that may have utility when used with empirical population genetics data.
  • The question of whether it can be used to classify lesions using more advanced statistical techniques (e.g., using combined classifiers and linear discriminant analysis) will be answered in a separate study.
1.1 Linguistics An affix or word that indicates the semantic class to which a word belongs: the English negative classifier ‘un-’
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  • A look at a non-western language such as Dyirbal reveals a four-way classification, so that each noun must be preceded by a classifier telling what category it belongs to.
  • Classifier languages typically dispose of a range of classifiers, which focus on the properties of the instance (perceptual, functional, etc.)
  • Language is a classifier without which we feel lost, said Golay.

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