Paulo Ricardo da Silva Soares

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—Link prediction is a task in Social Network Analysis that consists of predicting connections that are most likely to appear considering previous observed links in a social network. The majority of works in this area only performs the task by exploring the state of the network at a specific moment to make the prediction of new links, without considering the(More)
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This paper investigates the iterative racing approach, I/F-Race, for selecting parameters of SVMs. As a racing algorithm, I/F-Race eliminates candidate models as soon as there is sufficient statistical evidence of their inferiority relative to other models with respect to the objective. The results revealed that the I/F-Race algorithm was able to achieve(More)
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