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Classification and Prediction is an important resea
rch area of data mining. Construction of
classifier model for any decision system is an impo
rtant job for many data mining applications.
The objective of developing such a classifier is to
classify unlabeled dataset into classes. Here
we have applied a discrete Particle Swarm Optimizat
ion (PSO) algorithm for selecting optimal
classification rule sets from huge number of rules
possibly exist in a dataset. In the proposed
DPSO algorithm, decision matrix approach was used f
or generation of initial possible
classification rules from a dataset. Then the propo
sed algorithm discovers important or
significant rules from all possible classification
rules without sacrificing predictive accuracy.
The proposed algorithm deals with discrete valued d
ata, and its initial population of candidate
solutions contains particles of different sizes. Th
e experiment has been done on the task of
optimal rule selection in the data sets collected f
rom UCI repository. Experimental results show
that the proposed algorithm can automatically evolv
e on average the small number of
conditions per rule and a few rules per rule set, a
nd achieved better classification performance
of predictive accuracy for few classes.
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