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Category Archives: Java
Efficiency problems with using java.util.Hashmap
Today, I will talk about some efficiency problems when using the java.util.Hashmap data structure provided by Java. This is an important topics for programmers that aim at implementing efficient software that rely on maps. Brief review about HashMap First, let’s … Continue reading
Posted in Java, Programming
Tagged complexity, efficiency, efficiency problems, hashmap, implementation, java, map, memory, performance, programming, time
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SPMF’s architecture (5) The Graphical User Interface
This is the fifth post of a series of blog posts about the architecture of the SPMF data mining library. Today, I will specifically talk about the graphical user interface of SPMF, its main components and how it interacts with … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Data science, Java, opensource, spmf
Tagged architecture, data mining, data science, graphical user interface, gui, java, open source, pattern mining, software, spmf
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SPMF 3.0: Towards even more efficiency
In this blog post, I will talk about the future of SPMF. I do this once in a while. Today, I will discuss on the performance of SPMF. Performance A main focus of SPMF is and has always been efficiency … Continue reading
Posted in Big data, Data Mining, Data science, Java, opensource, spmf
Tagged data mining, data science, software, spmf
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SPMF’s architecture (3) The Preference Manager
This is the third of a series of blog posts about the architecture of the SPMF data mining library. Today, I will explain the role of another an internal module in SPMF, called the Preference Manager. This module is used … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Data science, Java, opensource, Pattern Mining, spmf
Tagged architecture, data mining, java, open source, pattern mining, software, spmf
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SPMF’s architecture (1) The Algorithm Manager
In this new series of blog posts, I will talk about the architecture of the SPMF data mining library, and in particular, I will talk about the AlgorithmManager, which is a key component of SPMF, which manages all the algorithms … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Data science, Java, opensource, Pattern Mining
Tagged architecture, data mining, data science, GPL, java, machine learning, open source, pattern mining, software, spmf
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How to package SPMF as an EXE file with JPackage?
In this blog post, I will explain how to use the jpackage tool that is provided with Java to (1) package the JAR file of SPMF into an EXE file for Windows, and (2) to create an installer for SPMF. … Continue reading
New version of SPMF Java opensource data mining library (0.95)
Today, I write a post to announce a new version of the SPMF Java opensource data mining library. It is SPMF version 0.95 and it is a major revision. It offers 11 new data mining algorithms for various data mining … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Data science, Java, opensource, spmf
Tagged data mining, data science, pattern mining, spmf
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Discovering and visualizing sequential patterns in web log data using SPMF and GraphViz
Today, I will show how to use the opensource SPMF data mining software to discover sequential patterns in web log data. Then, I will show to how visualize the frequent sequential patterns found using GraphViz. Step 1 : getting the … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Java, opensource, Programming, spmf
Tagged data mining, graph, patterns, sequential patterns, spmf, visualization
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Analyzing the source code of the SPMF data mining software
Hi everyone, In this blog post, I will discuss how I have applied an opensource tool that is named Code Analyzer ( http://sourceforge.net/projects/codeanalyzegpl/ ) to analyze the source code of my opensource data mining software named SPMF. I have applied … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Java, opensource, Pattern Mining, Programming, spmf
Tagged data mining, java, opensource, software, spmf
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A Map of Data Mining Algorithms (offered in SPMF v092c)
Hi, I have made a map to visualize the relationship between the 52 different data mining algorithms offered in the SPMF data mining software. You can view it in PNG format by clicking on the picture below: Or you can … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Java, opensource, Pattern Mining, Programming, spmf
Tagged algorithms, data mining, java, map, opensource, spmf
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