Dai, Honghua 2008, A case study on classification reliability, in ICDM Workshops 2008 : Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshops, IEEE, Piscataway, N.J., pp. 69-73, doi: 10.1109/ICDMW.2008.97.
The reliability of an induced classifier can be affected by several factors including the data oriented factors and the algorithm oriented factors. In some cases, the reliability could also be affected by knowledge oriented factors. In this paper, we analyze three special cases to examine the reliability of the discovered knowledge. Our case study results show that (1) in the cases of mining from low quality data, rough classification approach is more reliable than exact approach which in general tolerate to low quality data; (2) Without sufficient large size of the data, the reliability of the discovered knowledge will be decreased accordingly; (3) The reliability of point learning approach could easily be misled by noisy data. It will in most cases generate an unreliable interval and thus affect the reliability of the discovered knowledge. It is also reveals that the inexact field is a good learning strategy that could model the potentials and to improve the discovery reliability.
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