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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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A simple decision rule including D-dimer to reduce the need for computed tomography scanning in patients with suspected pulmonary embolism.
All too often, contestable characterizations of the facts are simply adopted without explanation, buried within elaborate and involved discussions as to why one decision rule or another should be adopted or why a characterized input does or does not satisfy the terms of the decision rule being applied.
As can be seen from the decision rule set, if the channel state is determined, one can still minimize the transmitting power without making a choice of all the condition attributes.
THEN ..." decision rules discovered from the data by inductive learning [14, 32].
"In the era when the very diagnosis of abusive head trauma continues to be contested in both the public and legal domain, adequately validated clinical decision rules provide more scientific evidence to support clinical decision making," the authors said.
Chi square is accepting HO but other all tests are rejecting HO refer to the appendix for details on decision rule.
(i) the decision rule [r".sub.1] cannot be implied by the [disjunction]-rules [r.sub.1], [r.sub.2], [r.sub.3](1), [r.sub.3](2), [r.sub.3](3), [r.sub.3](4), and [r.sub.3](5) based on the inference rule [OMEGA], neither can the [disjunction]-[conjunction] mixed rules [r'.sub.1], [r'.sub.2], [r'.sub.3], and [r'.sub.4];
The linear decision rule is used mainly to solve the multistage stochastic programming.
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.
Thus, any decision rule, even if inconsistent, is taken literally and never modified by DEX.
Based on the reviewed literature and our experience we proposed sets of properties and decision rules and integrated them into a coherent approach.

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