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In this paper, we describe the primitives that we have implemented in NonStop SQL/MX, a commercial DBMS, to support the knowledge discovery process. These primitives, combined with the high-performance SQL&IX engine, represent a powerful kernel for performing basic knowledge discovery tasks in a scalable and efftcient manner.
We investigate using the GP paradigm to evolve linear genotypes (individuals) that consist of Java byte code. Our prototype GP system (bcGP) is implemented in Java. The evolutionary process is done completely in memory and the fitness of individuals is determined by directly executing them in the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Our scheme is an effective means… (More)
This paper explores the idea of using Genetic Programming (GP) to evolve Java Virtual Machine (JVM) byte code to solve a sample symbolic regression problem. The evolutionary process is done completely in memory using a standard Java environment.
Modularity as an object oriented principle helps to develop appropriate large-scale and complex software. But modularity has some deficits  such as modular decomposition etc. , which is not allowed widely using modularity in software development in current years. In this paper some principles have been provided for increase modularity of software… (More)
In the recent years, Privacy preserving techniques have been actively studied in the time-series data in various fields like financial, medical, and weather analysis. We are focusing towards preserving the data through Anonymity and Generalization technique. We first investigate, what's the privacy to be incorporated at the time-series data and after… (More)
During continuous venoveno haemofiltration (CVVH), extracorporeal drug clearance is dependant on blood flow, ultrafiltration rate, albumin binding, and the drug's molecular weight and volume of distribution. Drug doses are adjusted assuming reduced drug clearance by the renal system and CVVH. High volume haemofiltration, pre-dilution and different filter… (More)