Intelligent Techniques for Warehousing and Mining Sensor by Alfredo Cuzzocrea

By Alfredo Cuzzocrea

Clever concepts for Warehousing and Mining Sensor community facts provides primary and theoretical concerns concerning info administration. masking a vast diversity of themes on warehousing and mining sensor networks, this complicated identify presents major recommendations to these in database, information warehousing, and information mining examine groups.

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In Proceedings of the 31st International Conference on Very Large Data Bases (pp. 1152-1163). , & O’Callaghan, L. (2003). Clustering data streams: Theory and practice. IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 15(3), 515–528. , & Domingos, P. (2001). Mining time-changing data streams. In Proceedings of the Seventh ACM SIGKDD international Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (pp. 97-106). , & Yalamanchi, A. (2008). Using Oracle Extensibility Framework for Supporting Temporal and Spatio-Temporal Applications.

The reading timestamp; ai , j ,k is the value associated to the dimenp sional attribute Ak of the P-dimensional p model of the stream source si identified by idi, denoted by M s = 〈D( M s ), H( M s ), i i i M( M s )〉, being D( M s ), H( M s ) and i i i M( M s ) the set of dimensions, the set of i hierarchies and the set of measures of M s , i respectively. The definition above adheres to the so-called multidimensional data stream model, which is a fundamental component of the OLAP stream model introduced in the first Section.

Figure 3 depicts the hierarchical clustering tree. Every branching node contains split predicate information (band number and the split condition). The selected bands were found to be most discriminative in the identification of dense regions with low overlap. O-Cluster’s model transparency can be used to gain insight into the underlying structure of the data and can assist feature selection. The six leaf nodes in Figure 3 map to corresponding areas in Figure 2b (the same color coding is used in both figures).

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