Constructing Hierarchical Rule Systems


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GABRIEL, Thomas R., Michael R. BERTHOLD, 2003. Constructing Hierarchical Rule Systems. In: BERTHOLD …, M. R., ed.. Lecture notes in computer science, No 2810. Heidelberg; Berlin:Springer, pp. 76-87

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