### Table 4. Accuracy of Model-s, Model-i and Model-x on both single-label and multi-label test cases. For multi-label case, we use T-criterion. See text for caveats in comparing accuracy in single- to multi-label cases.

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### Table 8: Description of the classes constituting the rst multi-label subset of Reuters-21578

"... In PAGE 17: ... Thus, once again, the di culty of the classi cation problem increases with k. A description of the dataset is given in Table8 . In all of the experiments with this data, we used three-fold cross validation.... In PAGE 17: ... We ran the versions with real-valued prediction for 10;000 rounds and the discrete versions 40;000 rounds. A summary of the results, averaged over the three folds, is given on Table8 and Figure 7. The results for this multi-label dataset are similar to the previous single-label datasets.... ..."

### Table 5: Accuracy of Model-s, Model-i and Model-x on both single-label and multi-label test cases. For multi-label case, we use T-criterion. See text for caveats in comparing accuracy in single- to multi-label cases.

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### Table 2: Training/testing time of using binary and pairwise approaches for multi-label problems. Note that the support vector ratio a14

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### Table 2.1. Multi-label shortest path method

### Table 8 Accuracy of Model-s, Model-i and Model-x on both single-and multi-label test cases

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### Table 3. The overall classification results of multi-labeled and uni-labeled documents2

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"... In PAGE 7: ... Tables 1 and 2 show the results on multi-labeled documents and uni-labeled docu- ments, respectively. Table3 shows the Macro F1-measure of the multi-labeled and uni-labeled documents. It is apparent that both systems have very competitive per- formance on the task of multi-class multi-label document classification.... ..."

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### Table 1. Summary of the properties of the four weak learners for multiclass multi-label text categorization. Version

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### Table A.7. Description of the classes constituting the first multi-label subset of Reuters-21578 Cum. Avg. No.

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### Table 3: Numbers of multi-labelled document in the mailing list data set.

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