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Data Science Classification and Related Methods

Author : Chikio Hayashi
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This volume contains selected papers covering a wide range of topics, including theoretical and methodological advances relating to data gathering, classification and clustering, exploratory and multivariate data analysis, and knowledge seeking and discovery. The result is a broad view of the state of the art, making this an essential work not only for data analysts, mathematicians, and statisticians, but also for researchers involved in data processing at all stages from data gathering to decision making.

Advanced Studies in Classification and Data Science

Author : Tadashi Imaizumi
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This edited volume focuses on the latest developments in classification and data science and covers a wide range of topics in the context of data analysis and related areas, e.g. the analysis of complex data, analysis of qualitative data, methods for high-dimensional data, dimensionality reduction, data visualization, multivariate statistical methods, and various applications to real data in the social sciences, medical sciences, and other disciplines. In addition to sharing theoretical and methodological findings, the book shows how to apply the proposed methods to a variety of problems — e.g. in consumer behavior, decision-making, marketing data and social network structures. Both methodological aspects and applications to a wide range of areas such as economics, behavioral science, marketing science, management science and the social sciences are covered. The book is chiefly intended for researchers and practitioners who are interested in the latest developments and practical applications in these fields, as well as applied statisticians and data analysts. Its combination of methodological advances with a wide range of real-world applications gathered from several fields makes it of unique value in helping readers solve their research problems.

Model Based Clustering and Classification for Data Science

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Colorful example-rich introduction to the state-of-the-art for students in data science, as well as researchers and practitioners.

Data Science with Matlab Classification Techniques

Author : A. Vidales
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Data science includes a set of statistical techniques that allow extracting the knowledge immersed in the data automatically. One of the fundamental tools in data science are classification techniques. This book develops parametric classification supervised techniques such as decision trees and discriminant analysis models. It also develops non-supervised analysis techniques such as cluster analysis.Cluster analysis, also called segmentation analysis or taxonomy analysis, creates groups, or clusters, of data. Clusters are formed in such a way that objects in the same cluster are very similar and objects in different clusters are very distinct. Measures of similarity depend on the application.Decision trees, or classification trees and regression trees, predict responses to data. To predict a response, follow the decisions in the tree from the root (beginning) node downto a leaf node. The leaf node contains the response. Classification trees give responses that are nominal, such as 'true' or 'false'. Regression trees give numeric responses. Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox trees are binary. Each step in a prediction involves checking the value of one predictor (variable).Discriminant analysis is a classification method. It assumes that differen classes generate data based on different Gaussian distributions. To train (create) a classifier, the fitting function estimates the parameters of a Gaussian distribution for each class (see "Creating Discriminant Analysis Model" ).-To predict the classes of new data, the trained classifier find the class with the smallest misclassification cost (see "Prediction Using Discriminant Analysis Models").Linear discriminant analysis is also known as the Fisher discriminant, named for its inventor.The naive Bayes classifier is designed for use when predictors are independent of one another within each class, but it appears to work well in practice even when that independence assumption is not valid.

Classification Big Data Analysis and Statistical Learning

Author : Francesco Mola
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This edited book focuses on the latest developments in classification, statistical learning, data analysis and related areas of data science, including statistical analysis of large datasets, big data analytics, time series clustering, integration of data from different sources, as well as social networks. It covers both methodological aspects as well as applications to a wide range of areas such as economics, marketing, education, social sciences, medicine, environmental sciences and the pharmaceutical industry. In addition, it describes the basic features of the software behind the data analysis results, and provides links to the corresponding codes and data sets where necessary. This book is intended for researchers and practitioners who are interested in the latest developments and applications in the field. The peer-reviewed contributions were presented at the 10th Scientific Meeting of the Classification and Data Analysis Group (CLADAG) of the Italian Statistical Society, held in Santa Margherita di Pula (Cagliari), Italy, October 8–10, 2015.

Data Science

Author : Francesco Palumbo
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This edited volume on the latest advances in data science covers a wide range of topics in the context of data analysis and classification. In particular, it includes contributions on classification methods for high-dimensional data, clustering methods, multivariate statistical methods, and various applications. The book gathers a selection of peer-reviewed contributions presented at the Fifteenth Conference of the International Federation of Classification Societies (IFCS2015), which was hosted by the Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna, from July 5 to 8, 2015.

Data Science Learning by Latent Structures and Knowledge Discovery

Author : Berthold Lausen
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This volume comprises papers dedicated to data science and the extraction of knowledge from many types of data: structural, quantitative, or statistical approaches for the analysis of data; advances in classification, clustering and pattern recognition methods; strategies for modeling complex data and mining large data sets; applications of advanced methods in specific domains of practice. The contributions offer interesting applications to various disciplines such as psychology, biology, medical and health sciences; economics, marketing, banking and finance; engineering; geography and geology; archeology, sociology, educational sciences, linguistics and musicology; library science. The book contains the selected and peer-reviewed papers presented during the European Conference on Data Analysis (ECDA 2013) which was jointly held by the German Classification Society (GfKl) and the French-speaking Classification Society (SFC) in July 2013 at the University of Luxembourg.

Mathematics of Data Science A Computational Approach to Clustering and Classification

Author : Daniela Calvetti
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This textbook provides a solid mathematical basis for understanding popular data science algorithms for clustering and classification and shows that an in-depth understanding of the mathematics powering these algorithms gives insight into the underlying data. It presents a step-by-step derivation of these algorithms, outlining their implementation from scratch in a computationally sound way. Mathematics of Data Science: A Computational Approach to Clustering and Classification proposes different ways of visualizing high-dimensional data to unveil hidden internal structures, and nearly every chapter includes graphical explanations and computed examples using publicly available data sets to highlight similarities and differences among the algorithms. This self-contained book is geared toward advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate students in the mathematical sciences, engineering, and computer science and can be used as the main text in a semester course. Researchers in any application area where data science methods are used will also find the book of interest. No advanced mathematical or statistical background is assumed.

Advances in Data Science and Classification

Author : Alfredo Rizzi
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International Federation of Classification Societies The International Federation of Classification Societies (lFCS) is an agency for the dissemination of technical and scientific information concerning classification and multivariate data analysis in the broad sense and in as wide a range of applications as possible; founded in 1985 in Cambridge (UK) by the following Scientific Societies and Groups: - British Classification Society - BCS - Classification Society of North America - CSNA - Gesellschaft fUr Klassification - GfKI - Japanese Classification Society - JCS - Classification Group ofItalian Statistical Society - CGSIS - Societe Francophone de Classification - SFC Now the IFCS includes also the following Societies: - Dutch-Belgian Classification Society - VOC - Polish Classification Section - SKAD - Portuguese Classification Association - CLAD - Group at Large - Korean Classification Society - KCS IFCS-98, the Sixth Conference of the International Federation of Classification Societies, was held in Rome, from July 21 to 24, 1998. Five preceding conferences were held in Aachen (Germany), Charlottesville (USA), Edinburgh (UK), Paris (France), Kobe (Japan).

Data Analysis Classification and Related Methods

Author : Henk A.L. Kiers
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This volume contains a selection of papers presented at the Seven~h Confer ence of the International Federation of Classification Societies (IFCS-2000), which was held in Namur, Belgium, July 11-14,2000. From the originally sub mitted papers, a careful review process involving two reviewers per paper, led to the selection of 65 papers that were considered suitable for publication in this book. The present book contains original research contributions, innovative ap plications and overview papers in various fields within data analysis, classifi cation, and related methods. Given the fast publication process, the research results are still up-to-date and coincide with their actual presentation at the IFCS-2000 conference. The topics captured are: • Cluster analysis • Comparison of clusterings • Fuzzy clustering • Discriminant analysis • Mixture models • Analysis of relationships data • Symbolic data analysis • Regression trees • Data mining and neural networks • Pattern recognition • Multivariate data analysis • Robust data analysis • Data science and sampling The IFCS (International Federation of Classification Societies) The IFCS promotes the dissemination of technical and scientific information data analysis, classification, related methods, and their applica concerning tions.

Model Based Clustering and Classification for Data Science

Author : Charles Bouveyron
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Cluster analysis finds groups in data automatically. Most methods have been heuristic and leave open such central questions as: how many clusters are there? Which method should I use? How should I handle outliers? Classification assigns new observations to groups given previously classified observations, and also has open questions about parameter tuning, robustness and uncertainty assessment. This book frames cluster analysis and classification in terms of statistical models, thus yielding principled estimation, testing and prediction methods, and sound answers to the central questions. It builds the basic ideas in an accessible but rigorous way, with extensive data examples and R code; describes modern approaches to high-dimensional data and networks; and explains such recent advances as Bayesian regularization, non-Gaussian model-based clustering, cluster merging, variable selection, semi-supervised and robust classification, clustering of functional data, text and images, and co-clustering. Written for advanced undergraduates in data science, as well as researchers and practitioners, it assumes basic knowledge of multivariate calculus, linear algebra, probability and statistics.

Innovations in Classification Data Science and Information Systems

Author : Daniel Baier
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The volume presents innovations in data analysis and classification and gives an overview of the state of the art in these scientific fields and applications. Areas that receive considerable attention in the book are discrimination and clustering, data analysis and statistics, as well as applications in marketing, finance, and medicine. The reader will find material on recent technical and methodological developments and a large number of applications demonstrating the usefulness of the newly developed techniques.

Mathematics of Data Science

Author : Daniela Calvetti
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Between Data Science and Applied Data Analysis

Author : Martin Schader
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The volume presents new developments in data analysis and classification and gives an overview of the state of the art in these scientific fields and relevant applications. Areas that receive considerable attention in the book are clustering, discrimination, data analysis, and statistics, as well as applications in economics, biology, and medicine it provides recent technical and methodological developments and a large number of application papers demonstrating the usefulness of the newly developed techniques.

Machine Learning Models and Algorithms for Big Data Classification

Author : Shan Suthaharan
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This book presents machine learning models and algorithms to address big data classification problems. Existing machine learning techniques like the decision tree (a hierarchical approach), random forest (an ensemble hierarchical approach), and deep learning (a layered approach) are highly suitable for the system that can handle such problems. This book helps readers, especially students and newcomers to the field of big data and machine learning, to gain a quick understanding of the techniques and technologies; therefore, the theory, examples, and programs (Matlab and R) presented in this book have been simplified, hardcoded, repeated, or spaced for improvements. They provide vehicles to test and understand the complicated concepts of various topics in the field. It is expected that the readers adopt these programs to experiment with the examples, and then modify or write their own programs toward advancing their knowledge for solving more complex and challenging problems. The presentation format of this book focuses on simplicity, readability, and dependability so that both undergraduate and graduate students as well as new researchers, developers, and practitioners in this field can easily trust and grasp the concepts, and learn them effectively. It has been written to reduce the mathematical complexity and help the vast majority of readers to understand the topics and get interested in the field. This book consists of four parts, with the total of 14 chapters. The first part mainly focuses on the topics that are needed to help analyze and understand data and big data. The second part covers the topics that can explain the systems required for processing big data. The third part presents the topics required to understand and select machine learning techniques to classify big data. Finally, the fourth part concentrates on the topics that explain the scaling-up machine learning, an important solution for modern big data problems.

Beginning Data Science with R

Author : Manas A. Pathak
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“We live in the age of data. In the last few years, the methodology of extracting insights from data or "data science" has emerged as a discipline in its own right. The R programming language has become one-stop solution for all types of data analysis. The growing popularity of R is due its statistical roots and a vast open source package library. The goal of “Beginning Data Science with R” is to introduce the readers to some of the useful data science techniques and their implementation with the R programming language. The book attempts to strike a balance between the how: specific processes and methodologies, and understanding the why: going over the intuition behind how a particular technique works, so that the reader can apply it to the problem at hand. This book will be useful for readers who are not familiar with statistics and the R programming language.

Data Science Employment Classification Using Machine Learning

Author : Tejus Chandrashekar
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Following the gold rush in artificial intelligence, a new career track called "data scientists" has taken the world by storm. With a combination of skills in business intuition and technical soundness, data science is considered the most sought after job in the 21st century. But one must be able to classify if a job posting is a data science-related job or not. This thesis aims to classify a job posting whether it belongs to Data Science field or not using a Machine Learning model. Based on the results obtained an extensive analysis is done to find out various patterns and to find out if data science is actually in-demand as one might think. The Machine Learning models used for the classifying the job advertisements are Support Vector Machine and Neural-Networks with TensorFlow.

Data Science Techniques for Cryptocurrency Blockchains

Author : Innar Liiv
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This book brings together two major trends: data science and blockchains. It is one of the first books to systematically cover the analytics aspects of blockchains, with the goal of linking traditional data mining research communities with novel data sources. Data science and big data technologies can be considered cornerstones of the data-driven digital transformation of organizations and society. The concept of blockchain is predicted to enable and spark transformation on par with that associated with the invention of the Internet. Cryptocurrencies are the first successful use case of highly distributed blockchains, like the world wide web was to the Internet.

Data Science

Author : Rui Mao
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This two volume set (CCIS 1058 and 1059) constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Conference of Pioneering Computer Scientists, Engineers and Educators, ICPCSEE 2019 held in Guilin, China, in September 2019. The 104 revised full papers presented in these two volumes were carefully reviewed and selected from 395 submissions. The papers cover a wide range of topics related to basic theory and techniques for data science including data mining; data base; net work; security; machine learning; bioinformatics; natural language processing; software engineering; graphic images; system; education; application.

Data Science Concepts and Techniques with Applications

Author : Usman Qamar
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This book comprehensively covers the topic of data science. Data science is an umbrella term that encompasses data analytics, data mining, machine learning, and several other related disciplines. This book synthesizes both fundamental and advanced topics of a research area that has now reached maturity. The chapters of this book are organized into three sections: The first section is an introduction to data science. Starting from the basic concepts, the book will highlight the types of data, its use, its importance and issues that are normally faced in data analytics. Followed by discussion on wide range of applications of data science and widely used techniques in data science. The second section is devoted to the tools and techniques of data science. It consists of data pre-processing, feature selection, classification and clustering concepts as well as an introduction to text mining and opining mining. And finally, the third section of the book focuses on two programming languages commonly used for data science projects i.e. Python and R programming language. Although this book primarily serves as a textbook, it will also appeal to industrial practitioners and researchers due to its focus on applications and references. The book is suitable for both undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as those carrying out research in data science. It can be used as a textbook for undergraduate students in computer science, engineering and mathematics. It can also be accessible to undergraduate students from other areas with the adequate background. The more advanced chapters can be used by postgraduate researchers intending to gather a deeper theoretical understanding.