An Experimental Analysis on Rough Set Mean, Median, Mode Method of Dependency Values for Feature Selection in Medical DatabasesAuthor : S. Devi and V. Sasirekha
Volume 8 No.1 Special Issue:February 2019 pp 103-106
The problem of imperfect knowledge has been tackled for a long time by philosophers, logicians and mathematicians. Recently it became an important issue for scientists, particularly in the area of Artificial Intelligence. Their square measure several approaches to the matter of the way to perceive and manipulate imperfect information. The most successful approach is based on the rough set notion proposed by Z. Pawlak in the article . The proposed method to find the quick reduct in medical data set using the roughest theory. This method has applied in many classification algorithms and find the measures to calculate the accuracy of this proposed method.
Rough Set, Dependency Values, Approximation, RST Mean, RST Median, RST Mode
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