Randomization Methods in Data Mining

author: Heikki Mannila, Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki
published: Sept. 14, 2009,   recorded: July 2009,   views: 565
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Data mining research has developed many algorithms for various analysis tasks on large and complex datasets. However, assessing the significance of data mining results has received less attention. Analytical methods are rarely available, and hence one has to use computationally intensive methods. Randomization approaches based on null models provide, at least in principle, a general approach that can be used to obtain empirical p-values for various types of data mining approaches. I review some of the recent work in this area, outlining some of the open questions and problems.

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