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2008
9 years 5 months ago
Applying Data Mining to the Study of Joseki
Go is a strategic two player boardgame of Chinese origin. In terms of game theory, it is a deterministic perfect information game. But despite of these factors it is terribly comp...
Michiel Helvensteijn
JSW
2016
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4 years 3 days ago
Handling Sparse Data Sets by Applying Contrast Set Mining in Feature Selection
—A data set is sparse if the number of samples in a data set is not sufficient to model the data accurately. Recent research emphasized interest in applying data mining and featu...
Dijana Oreski, Mario Konecki
EDM
2010
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9 years 5 months ago
A Case Study: Data Mining Applied to Student Enrollment
One of the main problems faced by university students is deciding the right learning path based on available information such as courses, schedules and professors. In this context,...
César Vialardi Sacín, Jorge Chue, Al...
ICEIS
2008
IEEE
9 years 10 months ago
Internal Fraud Risk Reduction - Results of a Data Mining Case Study
Corporate fraud these days represents a huge cost to our economy. Academic literature already concentrated on how data mining techniques can be of value in the fight against frau...
Mieke Jans, Nadine Lybaert, Koen Vanhoof
COLING
2008
9 years 5 months ago
Applying Discourse Analysis and Data Mining Methods to Spoken OSCE Assessments
This paper looks at the transcribed data of patient-doctor consultations in an examination setting. The doctors are internationally qualified and enrolled in a bridging course as ...
Meladel Mistica, Timothy Baldwin, Marisa Cordella,...
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