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The CN2 induction algorithm
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This paper presents a description and empirical evaluation of a new induction system for efficient induction of simple, comprehensible production rules in domains where problems of poor description language and/or noise may be present. Expand
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The CN2 Induction Algorithm
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This paper presents a description and empirical evaluation of a new induction system, CN2, designed for the efficient induction of simple, comprehensible production rules in domains where problems of poor description language and/or noise may be present. Expand
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Induction in Noisy Domains
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This paper examines the induction of classification rules from examples using real-world data and proposes a top-down induction algorithm for induction in real- world domains. Expand
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The CN2 Induction Algorithm Machine Learning
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A Further Comparison of Splitting Rules for Decision-Tree Induction
One approach to learning classification rules from examples is to build decision trees. A review and comparison paper by Mingers (Mingers, 1989) looked at the first stage of tree building, which usesExpand
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The CN2 rule induction algorithm
An improved electrical current measuring meter is disclosed which has a case with a transparent front face exposing an elongated pointer and a measuring scale, wherein the pointer carries a circularExpand
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Learning decision rules in noisy domains
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A vision-based three-dimensional capture system for maxillofacial assessment and surgical planning.
We describe a vision-based three-dimensional facial data capture system designed for the planning of maxillofacial operations. We describe the system requirements and outline the methods used toExpand
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Facial reconstruction using 3-D computer graphics.
Facial reconstruction using 3-D computer graphics is being used in our institute as a routine procedure in forensic cases as well as for skulls of historical and archaeological interest. Skull andExpand
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Three-dimensional modeling for modern diagnosis and planning in maxillofacial surgery.
The existing methods of recording the face in three dimensions are reviewed, and a new method for three-dimensional facial modeling is introduced. The technique utilizes two stereo pairs ofExpand
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