It looks like antminer+ is treating the discretized attribute values as ordinal, which makes sense. The intervals obviously exhibit an order, so comparisons like >= or <= can be performed.
> Ea >= '(96.35-inf)'
would apply to any value of Ea greater than 96.35. "inf" stands for positive infinity.
Note that I don't know anything about antminer+ so the above interpretation might be wrong.
> On 15 May 2017, at 08:46, sa afef <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Hi , i use the antminer+ algorithm which use discritization method using Weka and in the decision list tha i have got this
> Ea >= '(96.35-inf)' => normal
> amplitudemin >= '(-185.7-inf)' AND ecarttype <= '(-inf-59.35]' AND Ed2 <= '(-inf-19.95]' => normal
> amplitudemax >= '(200.4-inf)' AND ecarttype <= '(-inf-59.35]' AND Ed2 <= '(-inf-19.95]' => normal
> ELSE => abnormal
> And i don't know how to read this i mean for example this Ea >= '(96.35-inf)' .What does it mean?
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