Rule-based classifiers use a set of IF-THEN rules for classification. We can express a rule in the following form:
Let us consider a rule
“high”) and (outlook=
Following are some terminologies that are used to describe the different aspects of the IF-THEN rules.
The IF part of the rule is called rule antecedent. In Rule R, it is (humidity = “high”) and (outlook = “sunny”).
The THEN part of the rule is called rule consequent. In Rule R, it is play = “no.”
The rule antecedent consists of one or more attribute tests combined together with the logical AND operator.
The rule consequent consists ...