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The main interest of the proposed approach to attribute selection is the possibility of the supervi- sion of the process allowing the user to opt between quasi-equivalent attributes (that is, attributes that are close relatively to the Barthélemy-Monjardet distance) in order to produce more meaningful classifiers. We compared our approach with two existing attribute set selection techniques: the correlationbased feature (CSF) selection (developed in Hall (1999) and incorporated in the WEKA package) and the wrapper technique, using the “best first” and the greedy method as search methods, and the J48 classifier for the classifier incorporated by the wrapper.