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Author Archives: Philippe FournierViger
UDML 2024 @ PAKDD 2024 (deadline extended)
This is a short blog post to let you know that the deadline for submitting your papers to the UDML 2024 workshop at the PAKDD 2024 conference has been extended to the 7th February. Website: https://www.philippefournierviger.com/utility_mining_workshop_2024/ Note that this year, … Continue reading
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Tagged big data, cfp, data, data mining, machine learning, pakdd, udml
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Your social network on DBLP as a graph
Today, I discovered an interesting function of DBLP which is to draw your social network as a graph (assuming that you have a DBLP page). To use that feature, it is simple. Open your DBLP webpage, and then click here … Continue reading
Posted in Academia, Research
Tagged coauthor, coauthorship, dblp, network, Research, researcher, social network
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Call for papers: UDML 2024 workshop @ PAKDD 2024
I am glad to announce that the 6th UDML 2024 workshop on UtilityDriven Mining and Learning will be held next year at the PAKDD 2024 conference. IMPORTANT DATES PUBLICATIONS All the accepted papers will be invited for publication in a … Continue reading
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A new survey paper on episode mining!
I am pleased to announce today that my collaborators and I have published a new survey paper about episode mining to give an introduction to this nice and interesting subfield of pattern mining. To our knowledge this is the most … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Data science, Pattern Mining
Tagged data mining, data science, episode, episode mining, event sequence, pattern mining, sequence, survey
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How to write answers to reviewers for a journal using LaTeX?
Today, I will explain how to write the answer to reviewers for an academic journal using Latex. The advantage of using Latex instead of a software like Microsoft Word to write answers to reviewers is that it allows using all … Continue reading
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Tagged academia, answer to reviewers, latex, paper revision, reviewer, reviewers
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TexWorks: How to add a command to change the text color (using a script)
In this blog post, I will show how to add a script (commands) to TexWorks for adding a color to your Latex document. This is easy and can be used also for other types of commands. 1) In TexWorks, go … Continue reading
KNN Interactive demo in your browser
Today, I want to show you a new interactive demo of the KNN (KNearest Neighbors) algorithm that I have added to my website. It is designed to be used for teaching purpose to illustrate how the KNearest Neighbors algorithm works. … Continue reading
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KMeans Interactive Demo in your browser
In this blog post, I introduce a new interactive tool for showing a demonstration of the KMeans algorithm for students (for teaching purposes). The KMeans clustering demo tool can be accessed here: philippefournierviger.com/tools/kmeans_demo.php The KMeans demo, first let you enter … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Data science
Tagged browser, clustering, interactive demo, javascript kmeans, kmeans, kmeans tool
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Busy times
Hi all, I just write a quick message to say that I did not write on the blog recently due to my very busy schedule recently. However, everything is going well. I will be back on the blog with more … Continue reading
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The MDLM 2023 conference: a scam?
Today, I will talk about the MDLM 2023 conference (International Conference on Machine Learning and Data Mining). Several years ago, I have attended MLDM 2016 (report here) because at that time it was published by Springer. But I was unhappy … Continue reading