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Atribute Selection

1. Attribute Evaluator
Correlation-based Feature Subset Selection [1]
WEKA name : CfsSubsetEval
Type : Subset Evaluation
SVM Attribute Selection [3]
Type : Attribute Ranker
Rough Set Attribute Reduction [4][5]
WEKA name : RSARSubsetEval
Type : Subset Evaluation
Correlation Attribute Evaluation
WEKA name : CorrelationAttributeEval
Type : Attribute Ranker
Based on correlation
Gain Ratio
WEKA name : GainRatioAttributeEval
Type : Attribute Ranker
Evaluates the worth of an attribute by measuring the gain ratio with respect to the class.
GainR(Class, Attribute) = (H(Class) - H(Class | Attribute)) / H(Attribute)
RELIEF [9][10]
WEKA name : ReliefAttributeEval
Type : Attribute Ranker
Principle Component Analysis
WEKA name : PrincipleComponents
Type : Attribute Ranker
2. Search Methods
Best First
WEKA name : BestFirst
Type : Subset Search
Greedy hill-climbing and backtracking
A Fast Correlation-Based Filter Solution [2]
WEKA name : FCBFSearch
Type : Subset Search
Mencari berdasarkan korelasi
Tabu Search [5]
WEKA name : TabuSearch
Type : Subset Search
Heuristic methods, proposed by Glover
Combinatorial optimization problem --> search di semua kemungkinan yg ada
Particle Swarm Optimization Search [6][7]
WEKA name : PSOSearch
Type : Subset Search
Heuristic methods
Genetic Algorithm based on proposed method by David E. Goldberg (1989)
WEKA name : GeneticSearch
Type : Subset Search
Heuristic methods
Scatter Search [8]
WEKA name : ScatterSearchV1
Type : Subset Search
WEKA name : Ranker
Type : Single Attribute
Sorting methods, based on individual eval from single attribute evaluator
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