Document Categorization Using Decision Tree: Preliminary Study

 
 
 
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    This preliminaries study aims to propose a good classification technique that capable of doing document classification based on text mining technique and create an algorithm to automatically classify document according to its folder based on document’s content while able to do sentiment analyses to data sets and summarize it. The objective of this paper to identify an efficient text mining classification technique which can resulted with highest accuracy of classifying document into document folder, capable of extracting valuable information from context-based term that can be used as an output for algorithm to do automatic classification and evaluate the classification technique. Methodology of this study comprises in 5 modules which is 1) Document collection, 2) Pre-Processing Stage, 3) Term Frequency-Inversed Document Frequency, 4) Classification Technique and Algorithm, and lastly 5) Evaluation and Visualization of the classification result. The proposed framework will have utilized Term Frequency-Inversed Document Frequency (TF-IDF) and Decision Tree technique which TF-IDF used as purposes to rank all the terms based on most frequent to least frequent terms so, while decision tree function as decision making in terms of deciding which folder the document belongs to.

     


     

     


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    Data mining; Unstructured data; Decision tree; Text mining; Text frequency – inversed document frequency.

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Article ID: 26907
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.34.26907




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