From Association to Classification: Inference Using Weight of Evidence

@article{Wang2003FromAT,
  title={From Association to Classification: Inference Using Weight of Evidence},
  author={Yang Wang and Andrew K. C. Wong},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Knowl. Data Eng.},
  year={2003},
  volume={15},
  pages={764-767}
}
Association and classification are two important tasks in data mining and knowledge discovery. Intensive studies have been carried out in both areas. But, how to apply discovered event associations to classification is still seldom found in current publications. Trying to bridge this gap, this paper extends our previous paper on significant event association discovery to classification. We propose to use weight of evidence to evaluate the evidence of a significant event association in support… CONTINUE READING

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