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decision tree

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a treelike diagram illustrating the choices available to a decision maker, each possible decision and its estimated outcome being shown as a separate branch of the tree
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A recursively, partitioned, conditional interference (CI), classification tree was then grown to model the relationship between the same response and explanatory variables.
We investigated the performance of classification methods such as support vector machine, naive Bayes, classification tree and artificial neural network in the patients using data obtained from electromyography scan.
Different classifiers used in this work are Naive Bayes (NB), k- Nearest Neighbour (kNN), Classification tree (CT) and Clark and Nilbert2 (CN2).
These include discrete choice modeling, conjoint analysis, classification tree methods, and Bayes Nets or Bayesian networks.
When the dependent variable is scale, the constructed tree is called regression tree, otherwise classification tree (Camdeviren et al.
Piwczynski (2009) established the factors responsible for the number of lambs reared from a fertilized mother using a classification tree approach.
Abstract--We examined the stomach contents of 3 vertically migrating myctophid fish species from the eastern tropical Pacific (ETP) Ocean and used a classification tree to examine the influence of spatial, biological, and oceanographic predictor variables on diet.
Logistic regression and classification tree (CT) are two different techniques used to consider the relationship between a set of independent variables and binary response variable [1].
The classification tree will describe models, templates for certain types of economies in EU-28, based on IT&C indicators.
2001; Nauman and Thompson 2014), classification tree and random forest models (Haring et al.
Classification tree analysis is a supervised non-parametric statistical classification approach based on binary recursive partitioning techniques (BREIMAN et al.

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