Train SizeTest SizeLength Number of ClassesNumber of DimensionsType
30 30470 51SPECTRO
Data Source: Link Here
Donated By: K. Kemsley, A. Bagnall
Description: Food spectrographs are used in chemometrics to classify food types, a task that has obvious applications in food safety and quality assurance. The beef dataset consists of four classes of beef spectrograms, from pure beef and beef adulterated with varying degrees of offal. Further information can be found in the original paper Jowder et al. Detection of Adulteration in Cooked Meat Products by Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy, J. Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 50 (6), 2002. The data was first used in the time series classification literature in Bagnall et al. Transformation Based Ensembles for Time Series Classification, SDM 2012.
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Best Algorithm: RotF
Best Accuracy: 81.87%
Paper First Used: bagnall12ensemble
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