project-assignment.pdf - CS699 – Summer 2019 Project Assignment The goal of the project assignment is to give students an opportunity to perform a

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CS699 – Summer 2019 Project Assignment The goal of the project assignment is to give students an opportunity to perform a classification data mining task. The project must be performed by a team of two students. Every team must present their project. You choose a real world dataset, define your own data mining goal (a classification), and perform necessary data mining tasks to achieve the goal. It is strongly suggested that you choose a data mining goal that has a potential for practical use. Once you build data mining models, you must evaluate the data mining result using appropriate performance measures. You should not select a synthetically generated dataset and you should not use a dataset from UCI Machine Learning Repository. You must also avoid using a dataset on the Kaggle website that has been used by many people. You may want to check government (federal, state, or municipal) websites. The following specifies minimum requirements. You can choose a larger dataset and you can perform additional tasks not mentioned in the requirements if you want. The project must be “classification.” If you are interested in other types of data mining, indicate it in your proposal. I will review it and may approve it. Dataset minimum requirements o At least 20 attributes o At least 300 tuples If you are interested in a certain dataset but it does not meet the above requirements, then indicate that in your proposal. I will review it and may approve it. Data mining minimum requirements o You need to consider at least four attribute selection algorithms (that are implemented on Weka) plus a set of attributes chosen by yourself. o You need to build classifier models using at least four different classifier algorithms for each chosen set of attributes. So, you need to build and test total at least 20 classifier models.
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