A Decision Tree is a graphical representation of a procedure for classifying or evaluating an item or task. A decision tree represents a function that maps each element of its domain to an element of its range. Decision trees are often used as a method for making practical inductive inferences.
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CRUISE Classification Tree
CRUISE is a statistical decision tree algorithm for classification. It is an improved descendant of an older algorithm called FACT.
Decision Tree Primer
Presents methods for analyzing decision trees, including exercises with solutions.
Decision Trees Tutorial
Tutorial Slides by Andrew Moore. A self-contained introduction to the flavor and terminology of data mining.
Efficient Decision Tree Construction on Streaming Data
This paper addresses the problem of decision tree construction in mining streaming data and introduces two new techniques that improve the efficiency of Domingos and Hulten algorithm. [PDF]
Game Theory and Business Strategy: Extensive Form Game Solver Applet
An applet which solves extensive form games (multi-player decision trees).
Incremental Decision Tree Induction
ITI (Incremental Tree Inducer) - a program that constructs decision trees automatically from labeled examples.
Information on See5/C5.0
Data Mining Tools See5 and C5.0 - classifiers that are expressed as decision trees or sets of if-then rules.
Mind Tools: Decision Tree Analysis
Presents a worked example to explain the theory.
A Framework for Fast Decision Tree Construction of Large Datasets [PDF]
SGI - MLC++: Tree Visualizer
SGI's MineSet Tree Visualizer for viewing decision-trees.
TreeAge Software, Inc.
Decision tree analysis software.
Software for management decision analysis.
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