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variables can be used in other decision-making scenarios.What is the best use for the rules that are developed in neural networks?-- for automatingdecision-making processes such as classificationBecause neural networks can produce veryaccurate classifications but do so in an opaque manner, they work best when they are able toimplement the decision themselves, such as classifying photosHow are implicit rules different from explicit rules in data analysis?--- Implicit rules cannotbe easily described to humans. Explicit rules are easier to understand and monitor. Implicitrules rely on features that humans can't even detect or they may be nonsensical to humans,whereas explicit rules are much easier to understand and track.How do expert systems mimic the decision-making of experts?--- by explicitly listingdecisions and outcomes in a logical chain like a flow chart. An expert system spells out everystep in a decision tree like a flow chart.What does an expert system do?== An expert system is an approach to machine decision-making in which algorithms are designed that mimic the decision-making process of a humandomain expert.What is an example of a data analysis technique that follows a set of rules?-- Linearregression is a common and powerful data analysis technique that combines many variablesin an equation to predict a single outcome which follows a set of pre-established rules.Why have expert systems not progressed as much as machine learning in the development of
What is the purpose of a "package" in a programming language like Python or R?---
How are programming languages important in data science?--- Programming languages giveyou immense control over your work and data science, while allowing you to expand theirfunctionality.How does the "combinatorial explosion" make optimization difficult?--- The number ofpossibilities increases so fast that it is often not possible to test all possible arrangement.Because combinations (and permutations) grow so fast, the possibilities can beoverwhelming.

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