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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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Step1: Change each category cluster into corresponding decision rule [r.
Once LT is selected as the preferred option, the inventory manager applies the second decision rule to select the favorite warehouse that charges the lowest unit LT cost.
decision rules discovered from the data by inductive learning [14, 32].
Chi square is accepting HO but other all tests are rejecting HO refer to the appendix for details on decision rule.
The multilevel segmentation is composed of two-level image segmentation processes using k-means algorithm with splitting initialization, EM algorithm, and Bayesian decision rule as illustrated in Figure 2.
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.
Third, to the extent that either the legislature or the courts have a comparative advantage in measuring the costs and benefits of expanding a decision rule and in imposing such a rule, it is more appropriate for that branch to be the constitutional arbiter.
ABM simulations create and test generated observable patterns using the fewest number of plausible decision rules and agents.
If not, what is a significant period for LOC (5 minutes, CHALICE (Children's Head Injury Algorithm)), or is a history of LOC insignificant (CATCH rule (Clinical Decision Rule for the Use of Computed Tomography of the Head))?
These events have led me to propose the thesis at the centre of this article: that the governor general ought to use (and acknowledge the existence of) an apolitical decision rule in exercising her reserve powers or personal prerogatives.