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Gaussian Process Models of Spatial Aggregation Algorithms

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Gaussian Process Models of Spatial Aggregation Algorithms
Multi-level spatial aggregates are important for data mining in a variety of scientific and engineering applications, from analysis of weather data (aggregating temperature and pressure data into ridges and fronts) to performance analysis of wireless systems (aggregating simulation results into configuration space regions exhibiting particular performance characteristics). In many of these applications, data collection is expensive and time consuming, so effort must be focused on gathering samples at locations that will be most important for the analysis. This requires that we be able to functionally model a data mining algorithm in order to assess the impact of potential samples on the mining of suitable spatial aggregates. This paper describes a novel Gaussian process approach to modeling multi-layer spatial aggregation algorithms, and demonstrates the ability of the resulting models to capture the essential underlying qualitative behaviors of the algorithms. By helping cast class...
Naren Ramakrishnan, Christopher Bailey-Kellogg
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where IJCAI
Authors Naren Ramakrishnan, Christopher Bailey-Kellogg
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