# COMPILER DESIGN

## TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR COMPILER DESIGN

### MISCELLENOUS

 Question [CLICK ON ANY CHOICE TO KNOW THE RIGHT ANSWER]
DRAWBACKS OF USING DECISION TREES include:
 A Probabilities are just estimates-always prone to error B Choices are set out in a logical way C Potential options & choices are considered at the same time D Use of probabilities enables the “risk” of the options to be addressed
Explanation:

Detailed explanation-1: -Probabilities are just estimates – always prone to error. Uses quantitative data only – ignores qualitative aspects of decisions. Assignment of probabilities and expected values prone to bias. Decision-making technique doesn’t necessarily reduce the amount of risk. 22-Mar-2021

Detailed explanation-2: -Answer-C) Decision trees are prone to overfitting.

Detailed explanation-3: -2. Decision trees are prone to overfitting, especially when a tree is particularly deep. This is due to the amount of specificity we look at leading to smaller sample of events that meet the previous assumptions. This small sample could lead to unsound conclusions.

Detailed explanation-4: -A decision tree is a map of the possible outcomes of a series of related choices. It allows an individual or organization to weigh possible actions against one another based on their costs, probabilities, and benefits.

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