Class Prediction Act
(Redirected from Categorization Act)
- AKA: Class-Decisionining Act, Categorization Act.
- a Tagging Act.
- See: Decision Act, Classifier Performance, Cost-Benefit Matrix, Type I Error, Type II Error.
- (Gabor Melli, 2002) ⇒ Gabor Melli. (2002). “PredictionWorks' Data Mining Glossary." PredictionWorks.
- Classification/Classifier: The act of labeling a test case into one of a finite number of output classes. A model that classifies is sometimes referred to as a "classifier". Commonly a classifer's performance is measured by its ability to correctly label unseen test cases, that is its "accuracy". Inversely a classifier's performance may be measured by its "error rate". A more detailed insight into a classifier's performance is given by the Confusion Matrix structure because it captures how well the classifier predicts each of the available classes. If a Cost-Benefit Matrix is available then the classifier's performance is measured by the product of the Confusion and Cost-Benefit matrices.