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I've a pooled group of individuals and a given number of features. So that my matrix looks like:

individuals feature1 feature2 feature3
bob 1 0 1
ralph 0 1 1
mark 1 0 1

I want to discriminate between bob, ralph and mark. I'm not interested much in the features, I just want to know this line is ralph and not bob or mark. And I want to be quite accurate about it.

Could I use Naive classifier for this? I'd like to use because I may have some prior knowledge to include. Like 50% is bob, 25% is ralph and 25% is mark.

In this case I won't have a training and test data. Could I train the classifier on this data and use it to deconvolute as well? I won't use it in prediction on other data, but just to deconvolute this dataset. If not, can I get some reading to understand why?

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