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The frequent itemset mining (FIM) is one of the most important techniques to extract knowledge from data in many real-world applications. The Apriori algorithm is the widely-used algorithm for mining frequent itemsets from a transactional dataset. However, the FIM process is both data-intensive and computing-intensive. On one side, large scale data sets are(More)
In the era of big data, the volume of semantic data grows rapidly. The large scale semantic data contains a lot of significant but often implicit information that needs to be derived by reasoning. The semantic data reasoning is a challenging process. On one hand, the traditional single-node reasoning systems can hardly cope with such large amount of data(More)
Artificial neural networks (ANNs) have been proved to be successfully used in a variety of pattern recognition and data mining applications. However, training ANNs on large scale datasets are both data-intensive and computation-intensive. Therefore, large scale ANNs are used with reservation for their time-consuming training to get high precision. In this(More)
As a new area of machine learning research, the deep learning algorithm has attracted a lot of attention from the research community. It may bring human beings to a higher cognitive level of data. Its unsupervised pre-training step allows us to find high-dimensional representations or abstract features which work much better than the principal component(More)
In the Big Data era, the ever-increasing RDF data have reached a scale in billions of triples and brought obstacles and challenges to single-node RDF data stores. As a result, many distributed RDF stores have been emerging in the Semantic Web community recently. However, currently published ones are either not enough efficient on performance or failed to(More)
Hadoop MapReduce is a widely used parallel computing framework for solving data-intensive problems. To be able to process large-scale datasets, the fundamental design of the standard Hadoop places more emphasis on high-throughput of data than on job execution performance. This causes performance limitation when we use Hadoop MapReduce to execute short jobs(More)
There have been many attempts to design brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) for wheelchair control based on steady state visual evoked potential (SSVEP), event-related desynchronization/synchronization (ERD/ERS) during motor imagery (MI) tasks, P300 evoked potential, and some hybrid signals. However, those BCI systems cannot implement the wheelchair navigation(More)