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Developing a Hybrid Intelligent Classifier by using Evolutionary Learning (Genetic Algorithm and Decision Tree)

Affiliations

  • Islamic Azad University Science and Research, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad Branch, Iran, Islamic Republic of
  • Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran, Islamic Republic of

Abstract


Objective: The objective of this paper is to give a hybrid classifier by combining the genetic algorithm and decision tree based on evolutionary learning. Methods: The proposed algorithm on the 8 data samples was tested. In order to implement the proposed algorithm, MATLAB software was used. In all the obtained results, standardized data sets are used, making assembly by using genetic algorithm which is very suitable. Results: The learning technique of sub-spaces is proposed. In this study, we tried to compare a series of different methods and updated of integrated distribution. It showed that, in cases that the number of information or the number of properties are high, the proposed hybrid classification approach that implements genetic algorithm can be used as the best approach. Conclusion: In this study, we tried a usual approach for clustering in error prone environments. A main excess in the precision on the tested information or on the validation is clear. It should be noted that this increasing is in comparison with the assembly classifiers which has stable accuracy.

Keywords

Combination of Genetic and Decision Tree, Consensus of Classifiers.

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