Rob M. Konijn

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We consider data where examples are not only labeled in the classical sense (positive or negative), but also have costs associated with them. In this sense, each example has two target attributes, and we aim to find clearly defined subsets of the data where the values of these two targets have an unusual distribution. In other words, we are focusing on a(More)
In Subgroup Discovery, one is interested in finding subgroups that behave differently from the 'average' behavior of the entire population. In many cases, such an approach works well because the general population is rather homogeneous, and the subgroup encompasses clear outliers. In more complex situations however, the investigated population is a mixture(More)
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