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View source: R/search.greedy.R

The algorithms for searching atrribute subset space.

1 2 | ```
backward.search(attributes, eval.fun)
forward.search(attributes, eval.fun)
``` |

`attributes` |
a character vector of all attributes to search in |

`eval.fun` |
a function taking as first parameter a character vector of all attributes and returning a numeric indicating how important a given subset is |

These algorithms implement greedy search. At first, the algorithms expand starting node, evaluate its children and choose the best one which becomes a new starting node. This process goes only in one direction. `forward.search`

starts from an empty and `backward.search`

from a full set of attributes.

A character vector of selected attributes.

Piotr Romanski

`best.first.search`

, `hill.climbing.search`

, `exhaustive.search`

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 | ```
library(rpart)
data(iris)
evaluator <- function(subset) {
#k-fold cross validation
k <- 5
splits <- runif(nrow(iris))
results = sapply(1:k, function(i) {
test.idx <- (splits >= (i - 1) / k) & (splits < i / k)
train.idx <- !test.idx
test <- iris[test.idx, , drop=FALSE]
train <- iris[train.idx, , drop=FALSE]
tree <- rpart(as.simple.formula(subset, "Species"), train)
error.rate = sum(test$Species != predict(tree, test, type="c")) / nrow(test)
return(1 - error.rate)
})
print(subset)
print(mean(results))
return(mean(results))
}
subset <- forward.search(names(iris)[-5], evaluator)
f <- as.simple.formula(subset, "Species")
print(f)
``` |

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