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tree diagram

[′trē ‚dī·ə‚gram]
(computer science)
A flow diagram which has no closed paths.
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Node 5 was a terminal node where a further splitting process is impossible for subsequent depths of the constructed CART regression tree diagram.
(3) Window size and layout for displaying the assembly parts configuration tree diagram can be easily recalled, with multiple patterns saved Can be used in Standard, Digital Mockup, Manufacturing, Harness, Assembly Animation, and Viewer.
After reaching consensus about problematic cases, each tree diagram was linked to its corresponding register in the database.
For this reason, it is more suitable to use the vague set, not the fuzzy set, in attack tree diagrams.
Additionally, alerting capabilities keep users updated on exposures, while details of a liquidity structure can be examined in a tree diagram or back-dropped against a global map.
Typically, answers from these questions can be arranged in a one-page decision tree diagram for the call center agent to work from or programmed into the script on his or her computer screen.
It is remarkable that the implementation of fishbone (Ishikawa or tree diagram) take to approach outcomes thus corroborating the legitimacy of results resulting from hazard evaluation and FMEA.
The top branch of the tree diagram indicates that the probability of winning by choosing door 1 is 1/3.
Unfortunately, the process followed by the authors (see Figure 1) in doing this is actually based on the application of the tree diagram not on the AHP.
When using the tree diagram, the authors modelled and demonstrated a set of possible combinations of the available alternatives.
The most significant relationships are used to control the structure of a tree diagram. The goal of classification trees is to predict or explain responses on a categorical dependent variable.
Following the yes or no branches on the decision tree diagram leads to an appropriate accountability consequence for the individual.