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Bab 4.1 - 1/44 Bab 4 Classification: Basic Concepts, Decision Trees & Model Evaluation Part 1 Classification With Decision tree Muhamad Arief Hidayat firstname.lastname@example.org mariefh.lecture.ub.ac.id
Bab 4.1 - 2/44 Classification: Definition
Bab 4.1 - 3/44 Example of Classification Task
Bab 4.1 - 4/44 General Approach for Building Classification Model
Bab 4.1 - 5/44 Classification Techniques
Bab 4.1 - 6/44 Example of Decision Tree
Bab 4.1 - 7/44 Another Example of Decision Tree
Bab 4.1 - 8/44 Decision Tree Classification Task
Bab 4.1 - 9/44 Apply Model to Test Data
Bab 4.1 - 10/44 Decision Tree Classification Task
Bab 4.1 - 11/44 Decision Tree Induction
Bab 4.1 - 12/44 General Structure of Hunt’s Algorithm
Bab 4.1 - 13/44 Hunt’s Algorithm
Bab 4.1 - 14/44 Design Issues of Decision Tree Induction
Bab 4.1 - 15/44 Methods for Expression Test Conditions
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