Gaul, W., Geyer-Schulz, A., Baba, Y., Okada, A. (Eds.)
2014, XIII, 267 p. 47 illus.
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Focuses on the interface between Data Analysis and Computer Science
Presents innovative methods and results for many data analysis problems
Offers applications from a wide area of disciplines
This volume focuses on innovative approaches and recent developments in clustering, analysis of data and models, and applications: The first part of the book covers a broad range of innovations in the area of clustering, from algorithmic innovations for graph clustering to new visualization and evaluation techniques. The second part addresses new developments in data and decision analysis (conjoint analysis, non-additive utility functions, analysis of asymmetric relationships, and regularization techniques). The third part is devoted to the application of innovative data analysis methods in the life-sciences, the social sciences and in engineering. All contributions in this volume are revised and extended versions of selected papers presented in the German/Japanese Workshops at Karlsruhe (2010) and Kyoto (2012).