March 18, 2011

Decision Tree: How do I love thee. Let me count the ways

How do i love thee? let me count the ways.
I love thy depth of analysing every possible result.
Taking all choices of alternatives into full account.
Through the grace of your incredibly flexibility.
We can have such varying levels of complexity.
Simple trees of only decision nodes.
Spiced up with a sprinkling of random chance nodes.
Qualitative data like cost thrown in the mixture.
Makes expected present value of outcomes a calculable fixture.
Decisions made easier all thanks to thee.
Oh how I love thee, decision tree.

I've said it before and I'll say it again. I like decision tree....

A quick mention must by made of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, who of course wrote the original "How do I love thee?" poem.

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  1. May i add a greek poem about nature:

    when i speak for the sun
    a big red rose is raveled in my tongue
    however it is not easy to stop speaking

    It is not so relevant…....... But what i am talking about poems are always relevant

    19 Mar 2011, 00:08

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