Principles of Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery: 5th European Conference, PKDD 2001, Freiburg, Germany, September 3-5, 2001 Proceedings, Volume 5 (Google eBook)

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Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 23, 2001 - Business & Economics - 510 pages
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th European Conference on Principles of Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, PKDD 2001, held in Freiburg, Germany, in September 2001.
The 40 revised full papers presented together with four invited contributions were carefully reviewed and selected from close to 100 submissions. Among the topics addressed are hidden Markov models, text summarization, supervised learning, unsupervised learning, demographic data analysis, phenotype data mining, spatio-temporal clustering, Web-usage analysis, association rules, clustering algorithms, time series analysis, rule discovery, text categorization, self-organizing maps, filtering, reinforcemant learning, support vector machines, visual data mining, and machine learning.
  

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Contents

SelfSimilar Layered Hidden Markov Models
1
Automatic Text Summarization Using Unsupervised and Semisupervised Learning
16
An Application to Demographic Data
29
Knowledge Discovery in Multilabel Phenotype Data
42
Computing Association Rules Using Partial Totals
54
A Genetic Algorithms Approach to Cladistics
67
Parametric Approximation Algorithms for HighDimensional Euclidean Similarity
79
Data Structures for Minimization of Total WithinGroup Distance for Spatiotemporal Clustering
91
Data Reduction Using Multiple Models Integration
301
Discovering Fuzzy Classification Rules with Genetic Programming and Coevolution
314
Sentence Filtering for Information Extraction in Genomics a Classification Problem
326
Text Categorization and Semantic Browsing with SelfOrganizing Maps on Noneuclidean Spaces
338
A Study on the Hierarchical Data Clustering Algorithm Based on Gravity Theory
350
Internet Document Filtering Using Fourier Domain Scoring
362
Distinguishing Natural Language Processes on the Basis of fMRIMeasured Brain Activation
374
Automatic Construction and Refinement of a Class Hierarchy over Multivalued Data
386

Noncrisp Clustering by Fast Convergent and Robust Algorithms
103
Pattern Extraction for Time Series Classification
115
A Case Study
128
Interesting Fuzzy Association Rules in Quantitative Databases
140
Interestingness Measures for Fuzzy Association Rules
152
A Data Set Oriented Approach for Clustering Algorithm Selection
165
Fusion of Metaknowledge and Metadata for CaseBased Model Selection
180
Learning Rules about the Qualitative Behaviour of Time Series
192
Temporal Rule Discovery for TimeSeries Satellite Images and Integration with RDB
204
Using Grammatical Inference to Automate Information Extraction from the Web
216
Biological Sequence Data Mining
228
ImplicationBased Fuzzy Association Rules
241
A General Measure of Rule Interestingness
253
Error Correcting Codes with Optimized KullbackLeibler Distances for Text Categorization
266
Propositionalisation and Aggregates
277
Algorithms for the Construction of Concept Lattices and Their Diagram Graphs
289
Comparison of Three Objective Functions for Conceptual Clustering
399
Identification of ECG Arrhythmias Using Phase Space Reconstruction
411
Finding Association Rules That Trade Support Optimally against Confidence
424
Bloomy Decision Tree for Multiobjective Classification
436
Discovery of Temporal Knowledge in Medical TimeSeries Databases Using Moving Average Multiscale Matching and Rule Induction
448
Mining Positive and Negative Knowledge in Clinical Databases Based on Rough Set Model
460
The TwoKey Plot for Multiple Association Rules Control
472
Lightweight Collaborative Filtering Method for BinaryEncoded Data
484
Support Vectors for Reinforcement Learning
492
Combining Discrete Algorithmic and Probabilistic Approaches in Data Mining
493
Statistification or Mystification? The Need for Statistical Thought in Visual Data Mining
494
A Challenge for Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery
495
From Smart Algorithms to Active Discovery
507
Author Index
509
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