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Friday, November 14, 2008

Patterns in Data Mining

How are the patterns expressed? Useful patterns allow us to make nontrivial predictions on new data. There are two extremes for the expression of a pattern:
- as a black box whose innards are effectively incomprehensible and
- as a transparent box whose construction reveals the structure of the pattern.
The difference is whether or not the patterns that are mined are represented in terms of a structure that can be examined, reasoned about, and used to inform future decisions.
Such patternsare called structural because they capture the decision structure in an explicit way

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