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Table 4 Grading System

From: Rule based classifier for the analysis of gene-gene and gene-environment interactions in genetic association studies

Grade Model Rules Attribute
A 100% accordance
Example:
If rs5 = BB and rs10 = AA then Case; If rs15 = AA and AUC >105 then Case; Else Control
100% accordance
Example:
If rs5 = BB and rs10 = AA then Case
All attributes were present (i.e. detected) and ranked as most frequent, i.e. top 2 for model A and top 4 for model B.
Example:
rs5Nr. 1; rs10Nr. 3; rs15Nr.2; AUCNr. 4
B One attribute was missing or an additional attribute was identified by the generated model
Example:
If rs5 = BB and rs10 = AA and rs234 = BB then Case; If rs15 = AA and AUC >105 then Case; Else Control
One attribute was missing or an additional attribute was identified by the generated model
Example:
If rs5 = BB and rs10 = AA and rs234 = BB then Case
All attributes were present but not ranked as most frequent
Example:
rs5Nr. 5; rs10Nr. 3; rs15Nr.7; AUCNr. 4
C Two attributes were different between the generated and the true model,
Example:
If rs5 = BB and rs10 = AA and rs234 = BB then Case; If rs15 = AA and AUC >105 and rs56 = AA then Case; Else Control
Two attributes were different between the generated and the true model
Example:
If rs5 = BB and rs234 = BB then Case
One attribute was not present, remaining attributes were present and rank was not considered
Example:
rs5not detected; rs10, rs15 and AUCdetected
D Three attributes were different between the generated and the true model
Example:
If rs5 = BB and rs234 = BB and rs56 = AA then Case; If rs15 = AA and AUC >105 then Case; Else Control
Three attributes were different between the generated and the true model
Example:
If rs5 = BB and rs56 = AA and rs234 = BB then Case
Two attributes were not present, remaining attributes were present and ranked as most frequent
Example:
rs5 and AUCnot detected; rs10 and rs15detected
  1. Comparison of the generated versus true model, rules and attributes. (Model B was used for the example.)