Mining High Order Decision Rules

  title={Mining High Order Decision Rules},
  author={Y. Y. Yao},
We introduce the notion of high order decision rules. While a standard decision rule expresses connections between attribute values of the same object, a high order decision rule expresses connections of different objects in terms of their attribute values. An example of high order decision rules may state that “if an object x is related to another object y with respect to an attribute a, then x is related to y with respect to another attribute b.” The problem of mining high order decision… CONTINUE READING
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