Check the results of the inferred behavior against the target behavior.
An assumption of modeling is that the behavior of the known outcome, such as the
accepted, declined, and rejected cases, is a guide to the behavior of any case falling into
the same interval or category. However, if there were few similar cases with the known
behavior, the behavior may not be a reliable basis because some policy rule was in operation
to reject cases, and therefore accepts were exceptional in some unknown way. This analysis is
used in outcome inferencing to temper the probabilities assigned to unknowns.
What to do next:
If the results are different from your business requirements, review the predictors
marked as having significant policy effects in the
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box, enter the inference you want to set.
tab, review the change in the inferred
behavior against the target behavior.