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SPMF 2.60 is coming soon!
Today, I want to talk a little bit about the next version of SPMF that is coming very soon. Here is some highlights of the upcoming features: 1) A Memory Viewer to help monitor the performance of algorithms in realtime: … Continue reading
Discovering the TopK Stable Periodic Patterns in a Sequence of Events
In this blog post, I will give a brief introduction to the TSPIN paper about how to find stable periodic patterns in a sequence of events. This algorithm was presented in this research paper: FournierViger, P., Wang Y., Yang, P., … Continue reading
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Tagged data mining, event sequence, periodic pattern, software, spmf, stability, stable patterns, topk patterns, tspin
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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
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SPMF’s architecture (4) The MemoryLogger
Today, I will continue the series of blog posts to explain the architecture of the SPMF data mining library, and I will talk in particular about a module in SPMF called the MemoryLogger. This module is responsible for recording the … Continue reading
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Tagged data mining, data science, GPL, java, open source, pattern mining, 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
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SPMF’s architecture (2) The Main class and the Command Processor
In this blog post, I will continue explaining the architecture of the SPMF data mining library. In the previous post, I have introduced a key component of SPMF called the Algorithm Manager, which manages all the algorithms offered in SPMF. … Continue reading
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Tagged architecture, data mining, data science, GPL, machine learning, 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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An integrated text editor in SPMF
Today, I will talk about some upcoming feature for the next release of SPMF (2.58), which is a simple integrated text editor. This new release should happen in about 1 or 2 weeks (as I am very busy recently) and … Continue reading
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Tagged data mining, software, spmf, text editor
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A New Tool for Running Performance Comparison of Algorithms in SPMF 2.54
Today, I am happy to announce a cool new feature in SPMF 2.54, which is a tool to automatically run performance experiments to compare several algorithms when a parameter is varied. This is a useful feature to compare algorithms when … Continue reading
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Tagged data mining, experiments, java, pattern mining, software, spmf
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