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Artificial intelligence (AI) fuzzy logic systems can deal with imprecision and uncertainty in decision-making processes.
In machine learning and data mining, decision tree analysis is a technique used for both regression and classification tasks.
Bayesian networks are graphical models that depict connections between variables and generate predictions using Bayesian probability theory.
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Fuzzy Logic Systems
Fuzzy logic systems are a type of artificial intelligence that can handle imprecise or uncertain information and can make decisions based on that information in a variety of fields, including control systems, expert systems, and image processing. Fuzzy logic is a mathematical principle that allows for partial truth values between 0 and 1. It is used in a range of applications, including control systems, expert systems, and image processing.
Decision Tree Analysis
Decision tree analysis is a tree-based approach for machine learning and data mining that uses branches to make decisions. It is frequently employed in credit rating, medical diagnosis, and customer segmentation applications. A decision tree is a linear model that partitions input variables into utilities and branches a tree to reach a conclusion.
Bayesian networks are graphical models that use Bayesian probability to represent connections between elements and forecasts. Because of the nodes that represent variables, Bayesian networks are referred to as Bayesian networks. In addition to being utilized in medicine, risk assessment, and decision making, Bayesian networks may also be used for other purposes.