Advances in Intelligent Data Analysis: 4th International by Elizabeth Bradley, Nancy Collins, W. Philip Kegelmeyer

By Elizabeth Bradley, Nancy Collins, W. Philip Kegelmeyer (auth.), Frank Hoffmann, David J. Hand, Niall Adams, Douglas Fisher, Gabriela Guimaraes (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the 4th overseas convention on clever information research, IDA 2001, held in Cascais, Portugal, in September 2001.
The 37 revised complete papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of virtually a hundred and fifty submissions. All present facets of this interdisciplinary box are addressed; the components lined contain facts, man made intelligence, neural networks, computer studying, facts mining, and interactive dynamic info visualization.

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Table 2 shows the results of the experiments about query expansion with CACM. In order to focus on the impact of added terms, the original query will remain unchanged, instantiating all its terms to relevant. The first two experiments show that expanding the original query with all the positive expansion terms as being original terms is not a good idea, because these new query terms impair the original query. The third experiment applies the qe1 weighting approach, and the result has been considerably improved because each positive expansion term is added with a λ vector different from (0, 1).

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In other words, precision corresponds to the proportion of examples classified as positive that are truly positive; recall corresponds to the proportion of truly positive examples that are classified as positive; the FB -measure combines the precision and recall by a ratio specified by B. If B = 1, then precision and recall are considered as being of equal importance. If B = 2, then recall is considered to be twice as important as precision. 5, then precision is considered to be twice as important as recall.

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