Bayesian Belief Networks
A quality control manager has used algorithm C4.5 to come up with rules that classify items based on several input factors. The output has two classes — Accept and Reject. Test results with the rule set indicate that 5% of the good items are classified as Reject and 2% of the bad items classified as Accept. Historical data suggests that one percent of the items are bad. Based on this information, what is the conditional probability that:
(i) An item classified as Reject is actually good?
(ii) An item classified as Accept is actually bad?
Please show detailed process how you obtain the solutions.