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I'm a post-doc researcher in the ADReM group. I finished my thesis, 'Making Pattern Mining Useful', under supervision of prof.dr. Arno Siebes in the Algorithmic Data Analysisgroup at Universiteit Utrecht in December 2009. Before, in 2004, I also attained my M.Sc. at Universiteit Utrecht.
My research is concerned with pattern mining, finding interesting patterns and putting them to good use. For this, compression (MDL) has proven a valuable tool. Currently I'm investigating how to extend its possibilities, efficient mining, and explore other measures of interestingness.
Comparing Apples and Oranges - Measuring Differences between Data Mining Results
as author at Sessions,
together with: Data & Web Mining Lab (produced by),
Mining Sets of Patterns
as author at European Conference on Machine Learning and Principles and Practice of Knowledge Discovery in Databases (ECML PKDD), Barcelona 2010,
together with: Bjorn Bringmann, Siegfried Nijssen,