• Computer Science
  • Published in AAAI/IAAI, Vol. 1 1996

Post-Analysis of Learned Rules

@inproceedings{Liu1996PostAnalysisOL,
  title={Post-Analysis of Learned Rules},
  author={Bing Liu and Wynne Hsu},
  booktitle={AAAI/IAAI, Vol. 1},
  year={1996}
}
Rule induction research implicitly assumes that after producing the rules from a dataset, these rules will be used directly by an expert system or a human user. In real-life applications, the situation may not be as simple as that, particularly, when the user of the rules is a human being. The human user almost always has some previous concepts or knowledge about the domain represented by the dataset. Naturally, he/she wishes to know how the new rules compare with his/her existing knowledge. In… CONTINUE READING

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