In Defense of C4.5: Notes Learning One-Level Decision Trees

@inproceedings{Elomaa1994InDO,
  title={In Defense of C4.5: Notes Learning One-Level Decision Trees},
  author={Tapio Elomaa},
  booktitle={ICML},
  year={1994}
}
To appear in W. Cohen & H. Hirsh (eds.), Machine Learning: Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference. (New Brunswick NJ, July 1994.) Morgan Kaufmann, San Francisco CA. We discuss the implications of Holte’s recentlypublished article, which demonstrated that on the most commonly used data very simple classification rules are almost as accurate as decision trees produced by Quinlan’s C4.5. We consider, in particular, what is the significance of Holte’s results for the future of top… CONTINUE READING
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