Incremental Decision Rules Algorithm: A Probabilistic and Dynamic Approach to Decisional Data Stream Problems
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|Incremental Decision Rules Algorithm: A Probabilistic and Dynamic Approach to Decisional Data Stream Problems
|Mollá, Nuria | Rabasa, Alejandro | Rodríguez-Sala, Jesús J. | Sánchez-Soriano, Joaquín | Ferrándiz Colmeiro, Antonio
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|Universidad de Alicante. Departamento de Tecnología Informática y Computación
|Data mining methods for data streams | Explainable temporal data analysis | Classification methods
|Arquitectura y Tecnología de Computadores
|Mollá N, Rabasa A, Rodríguez-Sala JJ, Sánchez-Soriano J, Ferrándiz A. Incremental Decision Rules Algorithm: A Probabilistic and Dynamic Approach to Decisional Data Stream Problems. Mathematics. 2022; 10(1):16. https://doi.org/10.3390/math10010016
|Data science is currently one of the most promising fields used to support the decision-making process. Particularly, data streams can give these supportive systems an updated base of knowledge that allows experts to make decisions with updated models. Incremental Decision Rules Algorithm (IDRA) proposes a new incremental decision-rule method based on the classical ID3 approach to generating and updating a rule set. This algorithm is a novel approach designed to fit a Decision Support System (DSS) whose motivation is to give accurate responses in an affordable time for a decision situation. This work includes several experiments that compare IDRA with the classical static but optimized ID3 (CREA) and the adaptive method VFDR. A battery of scenarios with different error types and rates are proposed to compare these three algorithms. IDRA improves the accuracies of VFDR and CREA in most common cases for the simulated data streams used in this work. In particular, the proposed technique has proven to perform better in those scenarios with no error, low noise, or high-impact concept drifts.
|This work was supported by grant DIN2018-010101 funded by MCIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033, Teralco Solutions Ltd, and PROMETEO2021/063 funded by the Generalitat Valenciana. Open Access funding provided by Miguel Hernández University of Elche.
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