Relationships between Number of Nodes and Number of Misclassifications for Decision Trees
This paper describes a new tool for the study of relationships between number of nodes and number of misclassifications for decision trees. In addition to the algorithm the paper also presents the results of experiments with datasets from UCI ML Repository .
Keywordsdecision trees no. of nodes no. of misclassifications
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