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|vortragender=Benjamin Jochum
 
|vortragender=Benjamin Jochum
 
|email=uzebb@student.kit.edu
 
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|betreuer=Vadim Arzamasov
 
|betreuer=Vadim Arzamasov
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|kurzfassung=The main goal knowledge discovery focusses is, obviously, an increase of knowledge using some set of data. In many cases it is crucial that results are human-comprehensible. Subdividing the feature space into boxes with unique characteristics is a commonly used approach for achieving this goal. The patient-rule-induction method (PRIM) extracts such "interesting" hyperboxes from a dataset by generating boxes that maximize some class occurrence inside of it. However, the quality of the results varies when applied to small datasets. This work will examine to which extent data-generators can be used to artificially increase the amount of available data in order to improve the accuracy of the results. Secondly, it it will be tested if  probabilistic classification can improve the results when using generated data.
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|kurzfassung=The main goal knowledge discovery focusses is, an increase of knowledge using some set of data. In many cases it is crucial that results are human-comprehensible. Subdividing the feature space into boxes with unique characteristics is a commonly used approach for achieving this goal. The patient-rule-induction method (PRIM) extracts such "interesting" hyperboxes from a dataset by generating boxes that maximize some class occurrence inside of it. However, the quality of the results varies when applied to small datasets. This work will examine to which extent data-generators can be used to artificially increase the amount of available data in order to improve the accuracy of the results. Secondly, it it will be tested if  probabilistic classification can improve the results when using generated data.
 
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Aktuelle Version vom 10. Dezember 2019, 10:47 Uhr

Vortragende(r) Benjamin Jochum
Vortragstyp Bachelorarbeit
Betreuer(in) Vadim Arzamasov
Termin Fr 20. Dezember 2019
Vortragsmodus
Kurzfassung The main goal knowledge discovery focusses is, an increase of knowledge using some set of data. In many cases it is crucial that results are human-comprehensible. Subdividing the feature space into boxes with unique characteristics is a commonly used approach for achieving this goal. The patient-rule-induction method (PRIM) extracts such "interesting" hyperboxes from a dataset by generating boxes that maximize some class occurrence inside of it. However, the quality of the results varies when applied to small datasets. This work will examine to which extent data-generators can be used to artificially increase the amount of available data in order to improve the accuracy of the results. Secondly, it it will be tested if probabilistic classification can improve the results when using generated data.