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We formalize the notion of style context, which accounts for the increased accuracy of the field classifiers reported in this journal recently. We argue that style context forms the basis of all order-independent field classification schemes. We distinguish between intraclass style, which underlies most adaptive classifiers, and interclass style, which is a manifestation of interpattern dependence between the features of the patterns of a field. We show how style-constrained classifiers can bedoi:10.1109/tpami.2007.1030 pmid:17496385 fatcat:gpjzvf4ic5esfl4h3fyyqtbzuq