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  • Graph-RAT programming environment

    McEnnis, Daniel (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 2009-08-12)
    Graph-RAT is a new programming environment specializing in relational data mining. It incorporates a number of different techniques into a single framework for data collection, data cleaning, propositionalization, and ...
  • Graph-RAT: Combining data sources in music recommendation systems

    McEnnis, Daniel; Bainbridge, David (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 2008-07-28)
    The complexity of music recommendation systems has increased rapidly in recent years, drawing upon different sources of information: content analysis, web-mining, social tagging, etc. Unfortunately, the tools to scientifically ...
  • Linear-time graph triples census algorithm under assumptions typical of social networks

    McEnnis, Daniel (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 2009-08-20)
    A graph triples census is a histogram of all possible sets of three vertici (called a triple) from a graph. Graph triples census have been in active use in sociology for over 50 years. The earliest paper using this approach ...
  • MIR task and evaluation techniques

    McEnnis, Daniel (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 2009-08-12)
    Existing tasks in MIREX have traditionally focused on low-level MIR tasks working with flat (usually DSP-only) ground-truth. These evaluation techniques, however, can not evaluate the increasing number of algorithms that ...

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