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Learning decision trees for loss minimization in multi-class problems

Dragos D. Margineantu

Learning decision trees for loss minimization in multi-class problems

by Dragos D. Margineantu

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Published by Oregon State University, Dept. of Computer Science in [Corvallis, OR .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Machine learning.,
  • Decision trees.

  • About the Edition

    Many machine learning applications require classifiers that minimize an asymmetric loss function rather than the raw misclassification rate. We study methods for modifying C4.5 to incorporate arbitrary loss matrices. One way to incorporate loss information into C4.5 is to manipulate the weights assigned to the examples from different classes. For 2-class problems, this works for any loss matrix, but for k > 2 classes, it is not sufficient. Nonetheless, we ask what is the set of class weights that best approximates an arbitrary k x k loss matrix, and we test and compare several methods: a wrapper method and some simple heuristics. The best method is a wrapper method that directly optimizes the loss using a holdout data set. We define complexity measure for loss matrices and show that this measure can predict when more efficient methods will suffice and when the wrapper method must be applied.

    Edition Notes

    StatementDragos D. Margineantu, Thomas G. Dietterich.
    SeriesTechnical report -- 99-30-03., Technical report (Oregon State University. Dept. of Computer Science) -- 99-30-03.
    ContributionsDietterich, Thomas Glen., Oregon State University. Dept. of Computer Science.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 leaves :
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16125862M

      This book explains how Decision Trees work and how they can be combined into a Random Forest to reduce many of the common problems with decision trees, such as overfitting the training data. Several Dozen Visual Examples. Equations are great for really understanding every last detail of an algorithm. Solving Regression by Learning an Ensemble of Decision Rules. been developed to solve the optimal decision tree problem [9]. different loss functions and minimization techniques often.

      Lecture 1 "Supervised Learning Setup" -Cornell CS Machine Learning for Decision Making SP17 Kilian Weinberger. The Learning Problem - Duration. G. Parmigiani, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Binary Classification. Binary classification problems (Duda et al. ) consider assigning an individual to one of two categories, by measuring a series of example is medical diagnosis for a single medical condition (say disease vs. no disease) based on a battery of tests.

    Decision Trees in Machine Learning Decision Tree models are created using 2 steps: Induction and Pruning. Induction is where we actually build the tree i.e set all of the hierarchical decision boundaries based on our data. Because of the nature of training decision trees . – Decision trees can express any function of the input attributes. – E.g., for Boolean functions, truth table row →path to leaf: T F A B F T B A B A xor B F F F F TT T F T TTF F FF T T T Continuous-input, continuous-output case: – Can approximate any function arbitrarily closely Trivially, there is a consistent decision tree for any File Size: KB.


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Corpus ID: Learning decision trees for loss minimization in multi-class problems @inproceedings{MargineantuLearningDT, title={Learning decision trees for loss minimization in multi-class problems}, author={Dragos D. Margineantu and Thomas G. Dietterich}, year={} }. For 2-class problems, this works for any loss matrix, but for k > 2 classes, it is not sufficient.

Nonetheless, we ask what is the set of class weights that best approximates an arbitrary k x k loss matrix, and we test and compare several methods: a wrapper method and some simple by: Learning Decision Trees for Loss Minimization in Multi-Class Problems.

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During training, the losses are minimized via keeping an adaptive weight distribution over the training samples, similar to Boosting methods. In order to keep the method as flexible and general as. In short, yes, you can use decision trees for this problem. However there are many other ways to predict the result of multiclass problems.

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