Algorithmic Introduction to Coding Theory by Sudan M.

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362–370. IEEE Edition (2015) 25. : A quantum approach to case-based reasoning (in Preparation) 26. : Measures of the amount of ecologic association between species. Ecology 26, 297–302 (1945) SemSynX: Flexible Similarity Analysis of XML Data via Semantic and Syntactic Heterogeneity/Homogeneity Detection Jes´ us M. it Abstract. In this paper we introduce and experimentally assess SemSynX, a novel technique for supporting similarity analysis of XML data via semantic and syntactic heterogeneity/homogeneity detection.

30 M. Martin Salvador et al. – HPOLib3 [18] is a wrapper for SMAC, TPE and Spearmint methods. – Auto-Sklearn4 [19] uses HPOLib and meta-learning to automate the selection of scikit-learn methods. – Auto-WEKA5 [13] allows to use either SMAC or TPE to automatically select and optimise 39 classifiers and 24 possible feature selection methods included in WEKA6 . 3 MCPS Description A multicomponent predictive system can be represented as a directed acyclic graph, where the vertices correspond to data transformations and the edges represent the flow of data between the components.

Fig. 1. N-component predictive system The ith component is a function Di = fi (Di−1 ) that takes a data frame Di−1 as input and returns a data frame Di . g. continuous or categorical). However, values of a single column are assumed to be of identical type. e. output of component fn must be compatible with the input of fn+1 . For example, if component fn+1 cannot handle missing values, output from fn should not contain any. e. a label in case of classification problems or a continuous value in regression problems).

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