Dynamic Decision Tree for Data Mining

데이터마이닝을 위한 동적 결정나무

  • Received : 20090900
  • Accepted : 20091000
  • Published : 2009.11.30


Decision tree is a typical tool for data classification. This tool is implemented in DAVIS (Huh and Song, 2002). All the visualization tools and statistical clustering tools implemented in DAVIS can communicate with the decision tree. This paper presents methods to apply data visualization techniques to the decision tree using a real data set.


Decision tree;cluster analysis;data visualization;DAVIS


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