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Logo r-cran-LogicForest 2.0.0

by r-cran-robot - September 20, 2011, 00:00:00 CET [ Project Homepage BibTeX Download ] 5034 views, 1019 downloads, 0 subscriptions

About: Logic Forest

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Logo MShadow 1.0

by antinucleon - April 10, 2014, 02:57:54 CET [ Project Homepage BibTeX Download ] 4022 views, 1018 downloads, 1 subscription

About: Lightweight CPU/GPU Matrix/Tensor Template Library in C++/CUDA. Support element-wise expression expand in high performance. Code once, run smoothly on both GPU and CPU

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Logo JMLR BudgetedSVM v1.1

by nemanja - February 12, 2014, 20:53:45 CET [ Project Homepage BibTeX BibTeX for corresponding Paper Download ] 5824 views, 1014 downloads, 1 subscription

About: BudgetedSVM is an open-source C++ toolbox for scalable non-linear classification. The toolbox can be seen as a missing link between LibLinear and LibSVM, combining the efficiency of linear with the accuracy of kernel SVM. We provide an Application Programming Interface for efficient training and testing of non-linear classifiers, supported by data structures designed for handling data which cannot fit in memory. We also provide command-line and Matlab interfaces, providing users with an efficient, easy-to-use tool for large-scale non-linear classification.

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Changed license from LGPL v3 to Modified BSD.


Logo AlCoCoMa 1.0

by kiraly - November 8, 2013, 09:38:07 CET [ BibTeX BibTeX for corresponding Paper Download ] 3893 views, 1012 downloads, 1 subscription

About: ALgebraic COmbinatorial COmpletion of MAtrices. A collection of algorithms to impute or denoise single entries in an incomplete rank one matrix, to determine for which entries this is possible with any algorithm, and to provide algorithm-independent error estimates. Includes demo scripts.

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Logo Pattern Recognition for Neuroimaging Toolbox v1.1

by chrisp - September 16, 2013, 23:19:56 CET [ Project Homepage BibTeX BibTeX for corresponding Paper Download ] 5061 views, 1009 downloads, 1 subscription

About: PRoNTo is freely available software and aims to facilitate the interaction between the neuroimaging and machine learning communities. The toolbox is based on pattern recognition techniques for the analysis of neuroimaging data. PRoNTo supports the analysis of all image modalities as long as they are NIfTI format files. However, only the following modalites have been tested for version 1.1: sMRI, fMRI, PET, FA (fractional anisotropy) and Beta (GLM coefficients) images.

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Logo MLlib 0.8

by atalwalkar - October 10, 2013, 00:56:25 CET [ Project Homepage BibTeX Download ] 5231 views, 1003 downloads, 1 subscription

About: MLlib provides a distributed machine learning (ML) library to address the growing need for scalable ML. MLlib is developed in Spark (http://spark.incubator.apache.org/), a cluster computing system designed for iterative computation. Moreover, it is a component of a larger system called MLbase (www.mlbase.org) that aims to provide user-friendly distributed ML functionality both for ML researchers and domain experts. MLlib currently consists of scalable implementations of algorithms for classification, regression, collaborative filtering and clustering.

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Logo streamDM 0.0.1

by abifet - April 28, 2015, 12:34:00 CET [ Project Homepage BibTeX Download ] 2984 views, 998 downloads, 1 subscription

About: streamDM is a new open source data mining and machine learning library, designed on top of Spark Streaming, an extension of the core Spark API that enables scalable, high-throughput, fault-tolerant stream processing of data streams.

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About: In this paper, we propose an improved principal component analysis based on maximum entropy (MaxEnt) preservation, called MaxEnt-PCA, which is derived from a Parzen window estimation of Renyi’s quadratic entropy. Instead of minimizing the reconstruction error either based on L2-norm or L1-norm, the MaxEnt-PCA attempts to preserve as much as possible the uncertainty information of the data measured by entropy. The optimal solution of MaxEnt-PCA consists of the eigenvectors of a Laplacian probability matrix corresponding to the MaxEnt distribution. MaxEnt-PCA (1) is rotation invariant, (2) is free from any distribution assumption, and (3) is robust to outliers. Extensive experiments on real-world datasets demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed linear method as compared to other related robust PCA methods.

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Logo MLFlex 02-21-2012-00-12

by srp33 - April 3, 2012, 16:44:43 CET [ Project Homepage BibTeX BibTeX for corresponding Paper Download ] 4890 views, 981 downloads, 1 subscription

About: Motivated by a need to classify high-dimensional, heterogeneous data from the bioinformatics domain, we developed ML-Flex, a machine-learning toolbox that enables users to perform two-class and multi-class classification analyses in a systematic yet flexible manner. ML-Flex was written in Java but is capable of interfacing with third-party packages written in other programming languages. It can handle multiple input-data formats and supports a variety of customizations. MLFlex provides implementations of various validation strategies, which can be executed in parallel across multiple computing cores, processors, and nodes. Additionally, ML-Flex supports aggregating evidence across multiple algorithms and data sets via ensemble learning. (See http://jmlr.csail.mit.edu/papers/volume13/piccolo12a/piccolo12a.pdf.)

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About: This toolbox implements a novel visualization technique called Sectors on Sectors (SonS), and a extended version called Multidimensional Sectors on Sectors (MDSonS), for improving the interpretation of several data mining algorithms. The MDSonS method makes use of Multidimensional Scaling (MDS) to solve the main drawback of the previous method, namely, the lack of representing distances between pairs of clusters. These methods have been applied for visualizing the results of hierarchical clustering, Growing Hierarchical Self-Organizing Maps (GHSOM), classification trees and several manifolds. These methods make possible to extract all the existing relationships among centroids’ attributes at any hierarchy level.

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Initial Announcement on mloss.org.


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