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Figure 1: The constructed decision tree model. (a) Decision tree hierarchy representing the relative discriminating power of the key variables. The interpretation of the tree can be done by following the arrows from top to bottom and paying attention to the limit values of the key variables. (b) Textual representation of the tree. Each line of text corresponds to a node or a leaf, and the indentation reflects the tree level. For a node, the split condition is displayed; for a leaf, the assigned class label is shown

Figure 1:  The constructed decision tree model. (a) Decision tree hierarchy representing the relative discriminating power of the key variables. The interpretation of the tree can be done by following the arrows from top to bottom and paying attention to the limit values of the key variables. (b) Textual representation of the tree. Each line of text corresponds to a node or a leaf, and the indentation reflects the tree level. For a node, the split condition is displayed; for a leaf, the assigned class label is shown