For each record of data, I need to update a rule which is represented as a set of possible ranges.

For example if I get the following recored values: 1,2,3,10,11,12,13 my rule will be - [1,2],[10-13]

I create the possible ranges of data online, that means that every record of data may change the existing rule.

For example: I get the following record values one after the other: 1,2,3,2,10:

First the ranget will be [1], then [1,2], then [1,3] then still [1,3] and then ([1,3],[10])

In each step I want to calculate my confidence in the ranges I collected.

This of course depends on the number of occurrences that have not changed the existing range. For example the confidence in the range [1,3] is greater than the range [10] , in last example, since value 2 didn't cange the range [1,3], but only strengthened the fact that the range is true.

For example, see the following example: 1,2,3,4,2,3,2,3,10

the result is the set of ranges is [1,4],[10]. Of course, the confidence in the range [1.4] is greater than the confidence in the range [10].

Do you have any idea on how can I calculate the confidence?

Thank you.

For example if I get the following recored values: 1,2,3,10,11,12,13 my rule will be - [1,2],[10-13]

I create the possible ranges of data online, that means that every record of data may change the existing rule.

For example: I get the following record values one after the other: 1,2,3,2,10:

First the ranget will be [1], then [1,2], then [1,3] then still [1,3] and then ([1,3],[10])

In each step I want to calculate my confidence in the ranges I collected.

This of course depends on the number of occurrences that have not changed the existing range. For example the confidence in the range [1,3] is greater than the range [10] , in last example, since value 2 didn't cange the range [1,3], but only strengthened the fact that the range is true.

For example, see the following example: 1,2,3,4,2,3,2,3,10

the result is the set of ranges is [1,4],[10]. Of course, the confidence in the range [1.4] is greater than the confidence in the range [10].

Do you have any idea on how can I calculate the confidence?

Thank you.

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