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Inducing Model Trees for Continuous

@inproceedings{Wang1997InducingMT,
  title={Inducing Model Trees for Continuous},
  author={ClassesYong Wang},
  year={1997}
}
Many problems encountered when applying machine learning in practice involve predicting a \class" that takes on a continuous numeric value, yet few machine learning schemes are able to do this. This paper describes a \rational reconstruction" of M5, a method developed by Quinlan (1992) for inducing trees of regression models. In order to accommodate data typically encountered in practice it is necessary to deal eeectively with enumerated attributes and with missing values, and techniques… 

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