Learning Classifier Systems pp 291-307
Improving the Performance of a Pittsburgh Learning Classifier System Using a Default Rule
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- Bacardit J., Goldberg D.E., Butz M.V. (2007) Improving the Performance of a Pittsburgh Learning Classifier System Using a Default Rule. In: Kovacs T., Llorà X., Takadama K., Lanzi P.L., Stolzmann W., Wilson S.W. (eds) Learning Classifier Systems. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 4399. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
An interesting feature of encoding the individuals of a Pittsburgh learning classifier system as a decision list is the emergent generation of a default rule. However, performance of the system is strongly tied to the learning system choosing the correct class for this default rule. In this paper we experimentally study the use of an explicit (static) default rule. We first test simple policies for setting the class of the default rule, such as the majority/minority class of the problem. Next, we introduce some techniques to automatically determine the most suitable class.
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