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can someone simply tell me what is the definition of multi-label classification please? I have always seen data which are 'x' or 'y'. what does it mean when we say it is multi-label classification??

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  • $\begingroup$ Suppose you're given audio clips containing bird calls. You know that the calls can from from any of ten different birds. Which specific birds' calls are present in a given clip? $\endgroup$ – jon_simon Mar 3 '18 at 10:25
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Single label classification : each example belong just 1 class

Multilabel classification : each instance can belong to more than one class

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