Hi, I am reading the CHLP paper using RNN model for mortality prediction, and I am rough on the stats so I’m hoping the statisticians on the forum and @jeremy can help me out.
In the result section, they show the AUC curve comparison between rnn, mlp. logregression(LR), " [MLP: 88.8% (p < 0.01), LR: 86.1% (p < 0.001)", what does (p<0.01) mean? Is this the p value? I only have experience using p value in hypothesis testing, but i’m not sure what it means in the context of model evaluation. Does it mean our confident level about MLP accuracy at 88.8%?