The decision tree model has gained great popularity both in academia and.
mentioned idea, we can formulate the problem of tree pruning via max-heap projection as the optimization problembelow: min w;b L(y;F(x 0;x 1;;x p;w;b))+ kwk 1 s:t:w 2P;where istheregularizationparametercontrollingthe sparsityofw,Lisagenerallossfunctionwithrespect to x i, w and b, and prediction function F takes the followingform: F(x 0;x 1;;x p;w;b) = b1 n + Xp.
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-"Pruning Decision Trees via Max-Heap Projection". The decision tree model has gained great popularity both in academia and industry due to its capability of learning highly non-linear decision boundaries, and at the same time, still preserving interpretability that usually translates into transparency of decision-making.
However, it has been a longstanding challenge for learning robust decision tree models since the learning process is. PDF On Jun 30,Zhi Nie and others published Pruning Decision Trees via Max-Heap Projection Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate Pruning Decision Trees via. Pruning Decision Trees via Max-Heap Projection.
However, it has been a longstanding challenge for learning robust decision tree models since the learning process is usually sensitive to data and many existing tree learning algorithms lead to overfitted tree structures due to the heuristic and greedy nature of these algorithms.
Zhi Nie, Binbin Lin, Shuai Huang, Naren Ramakrishnan, Wei Fan, Jieping Ye. Pruning Decision Trees via Max-Heap Projection. In Nitesh Chawla, Wei Wangeditors, Proceedings of the SIAM International Conference on Data Mining, Houston, Texas, USA, AprilpagesSIAM, Pruning Decision Trees via Max-Heap Projection. Zhi Nie  Binbin Lin  Shuai Huang  Naren Ramakrishnan  Wei Fan  Jieping Ye (叶杰平)  SDM, pp.Cited by: 1 Views EI.
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