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Furthermore, because its aggregation result pages are arranged according to the order of the first leaf nodes and then sorted according to the order of the first leaf node.
To assess mite dispersal from infested leaves to the rest of the plant, 15 mm leaf discs were sampled on d 21, from the top, middle, and bottom leaf nodes (original infested leaves excluded) and live eggs, immatures, and adults recorded.
The decision tree can be converted to classification of "IF-THEN" rules by tracing the path from the root node to each leaf node in the tree.
The level of the root node is 0 and the level of the leaf node is H.
Now consider the set of leaf nodes L, then the data owner computes [C.sub.i.sup.I](z) and [C.sub.i.sup.2](z) for each leaf node z in L as follows:
Given the leaf node's fault state [T.sub.q], the posterior probability [mathematical expression not reproducible] of the root node [x.sub.i] with fault state [mathematical expression not reproducible] can be obtained by Bayesian conditional probability formula:
Unlike hierarchical abstraction, we build quad-trees by dividing the space into leaf nodes of different levels, which are completely empty or occupied by obstacles.
The node of degree one in the star is called leaf node.
The paper used the recursive method to find the 1th tree of one shape firstly, then changed the node's left subtree into right subtree gradually from the near leaf node until the last one with the shape.
Leaf Node: [Leaf.sub.id], a, ht, ct, ([Entry.sub.1], [Entry.sub.2]....[Entry.sub.a]) ([min.sub.leaf] [less than or equal to] a [less than or equal to] [Max.sub.leaf]) [Entry.sub.i]: ([ADR.sub.i], [T.sub.i], [L.sub.i])
(b) if (max([D'.sub.L], [D'.sub.R]) = [D'.sub.R]) [nabla] ([D'.sub.R] > C([gamma])) holds true, then the right leaf node [z.sub.2j] in Z is taken as the estimated CP, and the left one is neglected;