Advances in Intelligent Data Analysis: Third International Symposium, IDA-99 Amsterdam, The Netherlands, August 9-11, 1999 Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Intelligent Data Analysis, IDA-99 held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in August 1999.
The 21 revised full papers and 23 posters presented in the book were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of more than 100 submissions. The papers address all current aspects of intelligent data analysis; they are organized in sections on learning, visualization, ...

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Intelligent Data Analysis, IDA-99 held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in August 1999.
The 21 revised full papers and 23 posters presented in the book were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of more than 100 submissions. The papers address all current aspects of intelligent data analysis; they are organized in sections on learning, visualization, classification and clustering, integration, applications and media mining.

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Learning.- From Theoretical Learnability to Statistical Measures of the Learnable.- ALM: A Methodology for Designing Accurate Linguistic Models for Intelligent Data Analysis.- A “Top-Down and Prune” Induction Scheme for Constrained Decision Committees.- Mining Clusters with Association Rules.- Evolutionary Computation to Search for Strongly Correlated Variables in High-Dimensional Time-Series.- The Biases of Decision Tree Pruning Strategies.- Feature Selection as Retrospective Pruning in Hierarchical Clustering.- Discriminative Power of Input Features in a Fuzzy Model.- Learning Elements of Representations for Redescribing Robot Experiences.- “Seeing“ Objects in Spatial Datasets.- Intelligent Monitoring Method Using Time Varying Binomial Distribution Models for Pseudo-Periodic Communication Traffic.- Visualization.- Monitoring Human Information Processing via Intelligent Data Analysis of EEG Recordings.- Knowledge-Based Visualization to Support Spatial Data Mining.- Probabilistic Topic Maps: Navigating through Large Text Collections.- 3D Grand Tour for Multidimensional Data and Clusters.- Classification and Clustering.- A Decision Tree Algorithm for Ordinal Classification.- Discovering Dynamics Using Bayesian Clustering.- Integrating Declarative Knowledge in Hierarchical Clustering Tasks.- Nonparametric Linear Discriminant Analysis by Recursive Optimization with Random Initialization.- Supervised Classification Problems: How to Be Both Judge and Jury.- Temporal Pattern Generation Using Hidden Markov Model Based Unsupervised Classification.- Exploiting Similarity for Supporting Data Analysis and Problem Solving.- Multiple Prototype Model for Fuzzy Clustering.- A Comparison of Genetic Programming Variants for Data Classification.- Fuzzy Clustering Based on Modified Distance Measures.- Building Classes in Object-Based Languages by Automatic Clustering.- Integration.- Adjusted Estimation for the Combination of Classifiers.- Data-Driven Theory Refinement Using KBDistAl.- Reasoning about Input-Output Modeling of Dynamical Systems.- Undoing Statistical Advice.- A Method for Temporal Knowledge Conversion.- Applications.- Intrusion Detection through Behavioral Data.- Bayesian Neural Network Learning for Prediction in the Australian Dairy Industry.- Exploiting Sample-Data Distributions to Reduce the Cost of Nearest-Neighbor Searches with Kd-Trees.- Pump Failure Detection Using Support Vector Data Descriptions.- Data Mining for the Detection of Turning Points in Financial Time Series.- Computer-Assisted Classification of Legal Abstracts.- Sequential Control Logic Inferring Method from Observed Plant I/O Data.- Evaluating an Eye Screening Test.- Application of Rough Sets Algorithms to Prediction of Aircraft Component Failure.- Media Mining.- Exploiting Structural Information for Text Classification on the WWW.- Multi-agent Web Information Retrieval: Neural Network Based Approach.- Adaptive Information Filtering Algorithms.- A Conceptual Graph Approach for Video Data Representation and Retrieval.

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