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Tree-based Regression for Interval-valued Data

  title={Tree-based Regression for Interval-valued Data},
  author={Chih-Ching Yeh and Yan Sun and Adele Cutler},
Regression methods for interval-valued data have been increasingly studied in recent years. As most of the existing works focus on linear models, it is important to note that many problems in practice are nonlinear in nature and therefore development of nonlinear regression tools for interval-valued data is crucial. In this paper, we propose a tree-based regression method for interval-valued data, which is well applicable to both linear and nonlinear problems. Unlike linear regression models… 
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