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decision rule

[di′sizh·ən ‚rül]
(systems engineering)
In decision theory, the mathematical representation of a physical system which operates upon the observed data to produce a decision.
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These figures compare very favourably with the clinical decision rule outlined in the study, particularly because the higher specificity of rapid tests would substantially reduce overdiagnosis.
values corresponding to the leaves of the hierarchy) and corresponding decision rule sets.
One potential crucial knowledge is considered as effectively crucial if there exists at least one decision rule within the rule base, whose premises are paired with the evaluation of this knowledge on the set of criteria.
ABM simulations create and test generated observable patterns using the fewest number of plausible decision rules and agents.
Derivation of the children's head injury algorithm for the prediction of important clinical events decision rule for head injury in children.
In the days and weeks following prorogation, the merits of enunciating an apolitical decision rule became more evident.
In the reported research [12], a disorder-based decision rule involving the quantity of smoke pixels is used to verify a real smoke extracted by the color feature from the captured image sequences.
Seaberg DC and Jackson R (1994): Clinical decision rule for knee radiographs.
The only limitation was that radiologists were only partially blinded, as they knew that the patient had either a decision rule score greater than 4 or an elevated D-dimer level.
For the widely used conditional autoregressive model, we show that a decision rule based on computing the probability that the relative risk is above 1 with a cutoff between 70 and 80% gives a specific rule with reasonable sensitivity for a range of scenarios having moderate expected counts (- 20) and excess risks (-1.
Decision rule candidates for an economic analysis of alternative actions include the traditional methods of payback, naive rate of return and average return on investment, and the sophisticated methods of internal rate of return, net present value, and benefit and cost ratio.