Linear Algebra and Machine Learning of Large Informatics Graphs
published: Jan. 13, 2011, recorded: December 2010, views: 731
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Very large informatics graphs such as large social and information networks typically have properties that render many popular machine learning and data analysis tools largely inappropriate. While this is problematic for these applications, it also suggests that these graphs may be useful as a test case for the development of new algorithmic tools that may then be applicable much more generally. Many of the popular machine learning and data analysis tools rely on linear algebra, and they are typically used by calling traditional numerical linear algebra code as a black box. After briefly reviewing some of the structural properties of large social and information networks that are responsible for the inapplicability of traditional linear algebra and machine learning tools, I will describe several examples of "new linear algebra" and "new machine learning" that arise from the analysis of such informatics graphs. These new directions involve looking "inside" the black box, and they place very different demands on the linear algebra than are traditionally placed by numerical, scientific computing, and small-scale machine learning applications.
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