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tree diagram

[′trē ‚dī·ə‚gram]
(computer science)
A flow diagram which has no closed paths.
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The decision tree diagram constructed by the CART algorithm is given in Figure 2.
In the tree diagram, Node 20 was identified as the subgroup of those having RCW < 21 cm and 74.
After reaching consensus about problematic cases, each tree diagram was linked to its corresponding register in the database.
According to the tree diagram, the probability of winning the prize if the choice is switched from door one to door 2 or 3 is:
In strategic planning, a tree diagram is used to identify the goals to be achieved in order to achieve the mission/vision; the objectives to be achieved in order to achieve the goal; the strategies needed for achieving objectives; and the action plans for achieving strategies.
The tree diagram is also used when events do not take place according to the available strategies, or if they do, probabilities are different.
The most significant relationships are used to control the structure of a tree diagram.
Following the yes or no branches on the decision tree diagram leads to an appropriate accountability consequence for the individual.
A one-of-a-kind family tree diagram for every person mentioned in the Bible.
The second is a synthesis tree diagram that can be used to determine "green metric" parameters such as overall kernel atom economy and overall kernel reaction mass efficiency by a simple connect-the-dots approach.
Another useful tool for making decisions under these uncertain conditions is tree diagram analysis.
This chapter features solutions such as how to create reusable SVG generation utilities for graphs and charts, and how to show the hierarchical structure of data as a tree diagram.