By Janusz Wojtusiak, Kenneth A. Kaufman (auth.), Jacek Koronacki, Zbigniew W. Raś, Sławomir T. Wierzchoń, Janusz Kacprzyk (eds.)
This is the 1st quantity of a big two-volume editorial venture we want to commit to the reminiscence of the overdue Professor Ryszard S. Michalski who gave up the ghost in 2007. He was once one of many fathers of laptop studying, a thrilling and suitable, either from the sensible and theoretical issues of view, quarter in sleek desktop technology and knowledge know-how. His examine profession began within the mid-1960s in Poland, within the Institute of Automation, Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, Poland. He left for america in 1970, and because then had labored there at numerous universities, significantly, on the collage of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign and eventually, till his premature demise, at George Mason collage. We, the editors, were fortunate in an effort to meet and collaborate with Ryszard for years, certainly a few of us knew him while he used to be nonetheless in Poland. After he got to work within the united states, he was once a widespread customer to Poland, participating at many meetings until eventually his demise. We had additionally witnessed with an exceptional own excitement honors and awards he had obtained through the years, significantly while a few years in the past he was once elected overseas Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences between a few most sensible scientists and students from world wide, together with Nobel prize winners.
Professor Michalski’s examine effects motivated very strongly the advance of laptop studying, facts mining, and comparable parts. additionally, he encouraged many demonstrated and more youthful students and scientists everywhere in the world.
We suppose more than happy that such a lot of best scientists from around the globe agreed to pay the final tribute to Professor Michalski by means of writing papers of their components of analysis. those papers will represent the main acceptable tribute to Professor Michalski, a loyal student and researcher. additionally, we think that they are going to motivate many newbies and more youthful researchers within the region of widely perceived desktop studying, facts research and knowledge mining.
The papers integrated within the volumes, desktop studying I and desktop studying II, conceal different issues, and numerous elements of the fields concerned. For comfort of the capability readers, we are going to now in brief summarize the contents of the actual chapters.
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Then, using the counts, Stagger computes probabilistic measures of necessity and sufficiency of each feature for the target concept. Through a process called chunking, based on these probabilistic measures and thresholds, Stagger may assert or retract generalizations, specializations, and negations of features and chunks. The performance element uses an observation’s attribute values, the counts, and the measures of necessity and sufficiency to compute the probability of the instance being positive.
For problems with more than two classes, it selects a class, treats it as if it were positive, combines the other classes and treats them as if they were negative, and applies the three-step procedure described in the preceding paragraph. 4 Methods for Concept Drift Researchers have developed a number of learning methods for coping with concept drift. In this section, we review methods based on Michalski’s AQ algorithm : AQ PM , AQ 11- PM , AQ 11- PM + WAH . We also review other methods not based The AQ Methods for Concept Drift 29 on AQ that we included in our study for the sake of comparison.
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