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CHAPTER 3 Decision Trees

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Introduction In many situations one needs to make a series of decisions. This leads naturally to a structure calleda "decision tree, " which we will define shortly. Decision trees provide a geometrical framework for organizing the decisions. The important aspect is the decisions that are made. Everything we do inthis chapter could be rewritten to avoid the use of trees; however, trees * give us a powerful intuitive basis for viewing the problems of this chapter,

Year: 2009
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