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P ( W , I Cj). . P(W, I Cj)/P(W,). . 8) where P(Cj) is the a priori probability the document will be indexed under category j and P(W, I Cj)is the probability that if a document is indexed under category j i t will oontain the word W,. The classification of a document is then made by noting the clue words it contains, ctllculating the probabilities of its belonging to each category, and @signing it to that oategory with the highest estimated probability. 6%. Using the statistics from the first group, he then attempted to classify 146 documents in the second group automatically.
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