Fitting Trees to Functional Data, with an Application to Time-of-Day Patterns

@inproceedings{Yu1999FittingTT,
  title={Fitting Trees to Functional Data, with an Application to Time-of-Day Patterns},
  author={Yan Zhong Yu and Diane Lambert},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract Decision trees often give simple descriptions of complex, nonlinear relationships between several predictors and a univariate or multivariate response. But if the response is a high-dimensional vector that can be thought of as a discretized function, then fitting a multivariate regression tree may be unsuccessful. This article explores two ways to fit trees to functional data. Both first reduce the dimensionality of the data and then fit a standard multivariate tree to the reduced… CONTINUE READING

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