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Classification and Information Processing at the Turn of the Millennium

Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Gesellschaft für Klassifikation e.V., University of Bielefeld, March 10–12, 1999

Decker, Reinhold, Gaul, Wolfgang (Eds.)

2000, X, 492 pp. 112 figs., 86 tabs.

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This volume contains revised versions of selected papers presented dur­ ing the 23rd Annual Conference of the German Classification Society GfKl (Gesellschaft fiir Klassifikation). The conference took place at the Univer­ sity of Bielefeld (Germany) in March 1999 under the title "Classification and Information Processing at the Turn of the Millennium". Researchers and practitioners - interested in data analysis, classification, and information processing in the broad sense, including computer science, multimedia, WWW, knowledge discovery, and data mining as well as spe­ cial application areas such as (in alphabetical order) biology, finance, genome analysis, marketing, medicine, public health, and text analysis - had the op­ portunity to discuss recent developments and to establish cross-disciplinary cooperation in their fields of interest. Additionally, software and book pre­ sentations as well as several tutorial courses were organized. The scientific program of the conference included 18 plenary or semi plenary lectures and more than 100 presentations in special sections. The peer-reviewed papers are presented in 5 chapters as follows: • Data Analysis and Classification • Computer Science, Computational Statistics, and Data Mining • Management Science, Marketing, and Finance • Biology, Genome Analysis, and Medicine • Text Analysis and Information Retrieval As an unambiguous assignment of results to single chapters is sometimes difficult papers are grouped in a way that the editors found appropriate.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Analysis of variance - Latent variable model - Measure - clustering - data analysis - information - information processing - information retrieval - information system - multidimensional scaling - optimization - production - programming - service-oriented computing

Related subjects » Business, Economics & Finance - Business Information Systems - Econometrics / Statistics - Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes - Security and Cryptology

Table of contents 

Data Analysis and Classification: G. Arminger, J. Wittenberg, P. Stein: New Developments in Latent Variable Models.- H.-H. Bock: Regression-Type Models for Kohonen`s Self-Organizing Networks.-J. Meulman: Relational Data Analysis, Discrimination and Classification.- S. Nishisato: Data Types and Information: Beyond the Current Practice of Data Analysis.-A. Okada, T. Imaizumi: Two-Mode Three-Way Asymmetric Multidimensional Scaling with Constraints on Asymmetry.-H. Bensmail, J. Meulman: Regularized Discriminant Analysis with Optimally Scaled Data.-W. Castillo, J. Trejos: Recurrence Properties in Two-Mode Hierarchical Clustering.-J. Conde, M. Colomer, C. Capdevila, A. Gil: On Pyramidal Classification in the Delimitation of Climatic Regions in Catalonia.-F. Dau, R. Wille: On the Modal Understanding of Triadic Contexts.-S. Gabler, J. Blasius: Clustering and Scaling: Grouping Variables in Burt Matrices.-K. Jajuga, M. Walesiak: Standardisation of Data Set under Different Mesurement Scales.-P. Lory, D. Gietl: Neural Networks for Two-Group Classification Problems with Monotonicity Hints.-R. Pflüger, O. Gefeller: A Bridge from the Nearest Neighbour to the Fixed Bandwidth in Nonparametric Functional Estimation.-W. Theis, C. Weihs: Clustering Techniques for the Detection of Business Cycles.- J. Trejos, W. Castillo: Simulated Annealing Optimization for Two-mode Partitioning.-Computer Science, Computational Statistics, and Data Mining: W. Hauke: Competiveness of Evolutionary Algorithms.-J. Kacprzyk: Intelligent Data Analysis via Linguistic Data Summaries: A fuzzy Logic Approach.-G. Lindner, R. Studer: Algorithm Selection Support for Classification.-K. Mainzer: Society of Knowledge - Interdisciplinary Perspectives of Information Processing in Virtual Networks.-P. Naeve: What is Computational Statistics?.-M.Feldmann: A Development Framework for Nature Analogic Heuristics.-C. Heidsiek, W. Uhr: Systematizing and Evaluating Data Mining Methods.-T. Hermes, A. Miene, P. Kreyenhop: On Textures: A Sketch of a Texture-Based Image Segmentation Approach.-T. Hermes, A. Miene, O. Moehrke: Automatic Texture Classification by Visual Properties.-S. Kuhlins, A. Korthaus: Java Servlets versus CGI - Implications for Remote Data Analysis.-D. Pechtel, K.-D. Kuhnert: Generating Automatically Local Feature Groups of Complex and Deformed Objects.-F. Säuberlich, W. Gaul: Decision Tree Construction by Association Rules.-B. Stein, O. Niggemann, U. Husemeyer: Learning Complex Similarity Measures.-M. Thomas, R.-D. Reiss: Graphical Programming in Statistics: The XGPL Prototype.-Management Science, Marketing, and Finance: U. Wagner, C. Boyer: Measuring Brand Loyalty on the Individual Level: a Comparative Study.-U. Bankhofer: Facility Location Planning with Qualitative Location Factors.-K. Bartels, Y. Boztug, M. Müller: Testing the Multinomial Logit Model.-T. Burkhardt: Time Optimal Portfolio Selection: Mean-variance-efficient Sets for Arithmetic and Geometric Brownian Price Processes.-N. Görz, L. Hildebrandt, D. Annacker: Analyzing Multigroup Data with Structural Equation Models.-S. Hensel-Börner, H. Sattler: Validity of Customized and Adaptive Hybrid Conjoint Analysis.-Y. Kimura, A. Okada: Analysis of the Assessments of One's Values Among Different Cohorts in Age and Sex by Multidimensional Scaling.-J. Limperger: Impacts of Hedging with Futures on Optimal Production Levels.-B. Nietert: How to Integrate Stock Price Jumps into Portfolio Selection.-W. Polasek, L. Ren: A Multivariate GARCH-M Model for Exchange Rates in the US, Germany and Japan.-A. Tangian: A Model for Constructing Quadratic

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