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Offers the state-of-the-art of tremendous advances in machine learning and data analysis
Serves as an excellent reference for researchers and graduate students working on machine learning and data analysis
Contains sixteen revised and extended research articles written by prominent researchers
A large international conference on Advances in Machine Learning and Data Analysis was held in UC Berkeley, California, USA, October 22-24, 2008, under the auspices of the World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science (WCECS 2008). This volume contains sixteen revised and extended research articles written by prominent researchers participating in the conference. Topics covered include Expert system, Intelligent decision making, Knowledge-based systems, Knowledge extraction, Data analysis tools, Computational biology, Optimization algorithms, Experiment designs, Complex system identification, Computational modeling, and industrial applications. Advances in Machine Learning and Data Analysis offers the state of the art of tremendous advances in machine learning and data analysis and also serves as an excellent reference text for researchers and graduate students, working on machine learning and data analysis.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Computational Modelling - Database Management - Fuzzy Systems - Intelligent Decision Making - Optimization Algorithms - data analysis - machine learning
1 2D/3D Image Data Analysis for Object Tracking and Classification; Seyed Eghbal Ghobadi, Omar Edmond Loepprich, Oliver Lottner, Klaus Hartmann, Wolfgang Weihs, Otmar Loffeld.
2 Robot Competence Development by Constructive Learning ; Q. Meng, M.H. Lee, C.J. Hinde.
3 Using DigitalWatermarking for Securing Next Generation Media Broadcasts; Dominik Birk, Seán Gaines.
4 A Reduced-Dimension ProcessorModel; Azam Beg.
5 Hybrid Machine Learning Model for Continuous Microarray Time Series; S.-I. Ao.
6 An Asymptotic Method to a Financial Optimization Problem; Dejun Xie, David Edwards, Giberto Schleiniger.
7 Analytical Design of Robust Multi-loop PI Controller for Multi-time Delay Processes; Truong Nguyen Luan Vu, Moonyong Lee.
8 Automatic and Semi-automaticMethods for the Detection of Quasars in Sky Surveys; S.-I. Ao.
9 Improving Low-Cost Sail Simulator Results by Artificial Neural Networks Models; V. Díaz Casás, P. Porca Belío, F. López Peña, R.J. Duro.
10 Rough Set Approaches to Unsupervised Neural Network Based Pattern Classifier; Ashwin Kothari, Avinash Keskar.
11 A New Robust Combined Method for Auto Exposure and Auto White-Balance; Quoc Kien Vuong, Se-Hwan Yun, Suki Kim.
12 A Mathematical Analysis Around Capacitive Characteristics of the Current of CSCT: Optimum Utilization of Capacitors of Harmonic Filters; Mohammad Golkhah, Mohammad Tavakoli Bina.
13 Harmonic Analysis and Optimum Allocation of Filters in CSCT; Mohammad Golkhah, Mohammad Tavakoli Bina.
14 Digital Pen and Paper Technology as a Means of Classroom Administration Relief; Jan Broer, Tim Wendisch, Nina Willms.
15 A Conceptual Model for a Network-Based Assessment Security System; Nathan Percival, Jennifer Percival, Clemens Martin.
16 IncorrectWeighting of Absolute Performance in Self-Assessment; Scott A. Jeffrey, Brian Cozzarin.