Modeling the Example Life-Cycle in an Online Classification Learner

Gary R. Marrs, Ray J. Hickey, Michaela Black

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Abstract

An online classification system maintained by a learner can besubject to latency and filtering of training examples which can impact on itsclassification accuracy especially under concept drift. A life-cycle model isdeveloped to provide a framework for studying this problem. Meta dataemerges from this model which it is proposed can enhance online learningsystems. In particular, the definition of the time-stamp of an example, ascurrently used in the literature, is shown to be problematic and an alternative isproposed.

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WorkshopHaCDAIS 2010: International Workshop on Handling Concept Drift in Adaptive Information Systems: Importance, Challenges and Solutions
Period24/09/10 → …

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Marrs, G. R., Hickey, R. J., & Black, M. (2010). Modeling the Example Life-Cycle in an Online Classification Learner. In Unknown Host Publication
Marrs, Gary R. ; Hickey, Ray J. ; Black, Michaela. / Modeling the Example Life-Cycle in an Online Classification Learner. Unknown Host Publication. 2010.
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