TITLE

Predicting Students' Performance using Modified ID3 Algorithm

AUTHOR(S)
L., Ramanathan; Dhanda, Saksham; D., Suresh Kumar
PUB. DATE
June 2013
SOURCE
International Journal of Engineering & Technology (0975-4024);Jun/Jul2013, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p2491
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The ability to predict performance of students is very crucial in our present education system. We can use data mining concepts for this purpose. ID3 algorithm is one of the famous algorithms present today to generate decision trees. But this algorithm has a shortcoming that it is inclined to attributes with many values. So , this research aims to overcome this shortcoming of the algorithm by using gain ratio(instead of information gain) as well as by giving weights to each attribute at every decision making point. Several other algorithms like J48 and Naive Bayes classification algorithm are also applied on the dataset. The WEKA tool was used for the analysis of J48 and Naive Bayes algorithms. The results are compared and presented. The dataset used in our study is taken from the School of Computing Sciences and Engineering (SCSE), VIT University.
ACCESSION #
93330767

 

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