Comparing four methods for decision-tree induction: A case study on the invasive Iberian gudgeon (Gobio lozanoi; Doadrio and Madeira, 2004)

@article{MuozMas2016ComparingFM,
  title={Comparing four methods for decision-tree induction: A case study on the invasive Iberian gudgeon (Gobio lozanoi; Doadrio and Madeira, 2004)},
  author={Rafael Mu{\~n}oz-Mas and Shinji Fukuda and Paolo Vezza and Francisco Mart{\'i}nez-Capel},
  journal={Ecological Informatics},
  year={2016},
  volume={34},
  pages={22-34}
}
The invasion of freshwater ecosystems is a particularly alarming phenomenon in the Iberian Peninsula. Habitat suitability modelling is a proficient approach to extract knowledge about species ecology and to guide adequate management actions. Decision-trees are an interpretable modelling technique widely used in ecology, able to handle strongly nonlinear relationships with high order interactions and diverse variable types. Decision-trees recursively split the input space into two parts… CONTINUE READING
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