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Diverse subgroup set discovery
Large data is challenging for most existing discovery algorithms, for several reasons. First of all, such data leads to enormous hypothesis spaces, making exhaustive search infeasible. Second, manyExpand
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Exceptional Model Mining
In most databases, it is possible to identify small partitions of the data where the observed distribution is notably different from that of the database as a whole. In classical subgroup discovery,Expand
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Exceptional Model Mining
Finding subsets of a dataset that somehow deviate from the norm, i.e. where something interesting is going on, is a classical Data Mining task. In traditional local pattern mining methods, suchExpand
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Maximally informative k-itemsets and their efficient discovery
In this paper we present a new approach to mining binary data. We treat each binary feature (item) as a means of distinguishing two sets of examples. Our interest is in selecting from the total setExpand
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Pattern Teams
Pattern discovery algorithms typically produce many interesting patterns. In most cases, patterns are reported based on their individual merits, and little attention is given to the interestingnessExpand
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Multi-Relational Data Mining
An important aspect of data mining algorithms and systems is that they should scale well to large databases. A consequence of this is that most data mining tools are based on machine learningExpand
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Social Competence at the Playground: Preschoolers During Recess
Social interactions at the playground have been represented as a rich learning opportunity to hone and master social skills at preschool years. Specifically, all forms of social play (fantasy, role,Expand
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Propositionalisation and Aggregates
The fact that data is scattered over many tables causes many problems in the practice of data mining. To deal with this problem, one either constructs a single table by hand, or one uses aExpand
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From Local Patterns to Global Models: The LeGo Approach to Data Mining
In this paper we present LeGo, a generic framework that utilizes existing local pattern mining techniques for global modeling in a variety of diverse data mining tasks. In the spirit of well knownExpand
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Benefits of a Short, Practical Questionnaire to Measure Subjective Perception of Nasal Appearance after Aesthetic Rhinoplasty
Background: The authors tested a short, practically designed questionnaire to assess changes in subjective perception of nasal appearance in patients before and after aesthetic rhinoplasty. Methods:Expand
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