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Project Guideline CIS 4930 / 6930 Data Mining Fall 2007
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Outline Select team members Ideally the class needs to organize itself in teams of three or four members Pick a thread of data mining research Use selected list of papers as a start point Or pick your own from recent KDD, ICDM, TKDD or TKDE Comprehensive literature survey in your selected thread Use Citeseer, Google Scholar extensively Read papers carefully. Identify key ideas Compare and contrast various approaches
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Outline ... Choose a few approaches that you will implement and experiment with Follow the strengths of your team Justify your choices
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Unformatted text preview: ● Implement these approaches – It is OK to use existing data mining code / toolkits, but the key algorithm / approach should be your own implementation – Clearly identify and acknowledge the code / toolkit that is not your own work Outline . .. ● Identify data sets to evaluate your implementations – Synthetic datasets – Real world datasets ● Perform the actual experiments ● Conclusions Time Line and Deliverables ● Teams and research thread (Oct 29) ● Project plan (Nov 5) ● In-class project presentations (Nov 30 and Dec 3) ● Project report (Dec 5)...
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