Data Analysis and Decision Support D Baier et al by Daniel Baier, Reinhold Decker, Lars Schmidt-Thieme

By Daniel Baier, Reinhold Decker, Lars Schmidt-Thieme

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And WINSBERG, S. (2002): Symbolic class description In: K. Jajuga, A. H. ): Classification, Clustering, and Data Analysis. Springer, Heidelberg, 329-337. A Diversity Measure for Tree-Based Classifier Ensembles Eugeniusz Gatnar Institute of Statistics, Katowice University of Economics, ul. Bogucicka 14, 40-226 Katowice, Poland Abstract. Combining multiple classifiers into an ensemble has proved to be very successful in the past decade. The key of this success is the diversity of the component classifiers, because many experiments showed that unrelated members form an ensemble of high accuracy.

Otherwise, we can again divide the available degrees of freedom into two parts and assign the weight ^^3, 1^3 < 1^3, to stp{3), and so on. Up to stage k, that is, after stp{k — l), we attain the following combination statistic k-l / k-l j=i V ^=^ which is, under HQ, a x^-variate with K degrees of freedom. ,A; — 1, and K — ^jZi ^j ^ 1- The degrees of freedom Uj are chosen based on the knowledge of the previous study parts, stp{l) up to stp{j — 1). , stp{j - 1)} . 42 Hartung and Knapp The procedure will stop after the study part stp{k'') in any case, if we decide to take all of the still available degrees of freedom Uk* = K — Yli=i ^j before the beginning of stp{k*).

25% the same as that for a = 0 and less than for o; = 1. The inertia only slightly increased over that for a = 1 , which is the best rate. 25 Table 1. 9; Fig. 1. 4 we have a much better misclassification rate than that which we obtain when considering only a homogeneity criterion. From the tree in Figure 1, we derive the descriptions presented in Table 2, each of which corresponds to a terminal node. Some variables are found in the description more than once because they are selected two times in the cutting and others are missing because they are not selected.

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