"Dear Patricia,We at Readware, Inc. and heur-e-ka, LLC would love the opportunity to present Dr. Tom Adi's published works (papers and miscellaneous book chapters) spanning his theories of cognition and emotion via semiotic…"
"Why does anyone analyze anything? Attaching meaning to low-level patterns in nonsensical relationships like "people interested in Barack Obama are also interested in me" is not analysis, and is actually little more than a superficial…"
While you're there, can you ask the LinkedIn brain-trust co-sponsoring this deep-dive into "data mining" to stop connecting us all with Barack Obama already? As in "people who looked at your profile recently…"
"It's not so much an image of issue as it likely is an economic issue. Even here inthe USA the machine-learning generation, software engineers with some training in statistics and mathematics (especially automated statistical parsing - not the…"
"It means "we have plenty". "p the wazoo" means we have so much of something it is coming out of our collective "wazoos". it's an indeliate reference.
I didn't read teh bok but have read so many they all seem…"
let's not forget that Eden Prairie’s netPerceptions' had Amazon as their flagship client, then when Amazon dumped them Fingerhut took that role in their customer portfolio. In fact, I think it was Fingerhut that bought up…"
"No. were this book to manage such a feat it would have to be addressed to a far broader, less-technical audience full of examples of what data mining is and can do for us. To date, there are hundreds of programmers, maybe even thousands, for every…"
"they are likely using the one-armed bandit optimization scheme, or multiple armed bandit whos emost famous member is known as the restless bandit.
in essence, they start with "any ad", throw it up onthe wall, montior its performance,…"
"interesting. 50 terms that mean essentially the same thing; Vincent is interested in using computers to analyze data. Wow. What a "Discovery"!
Does anyone here have any faith that any of these keywords, when used to ply Vincent with a…"
"why not turn this into an adjaceny matrix, by keyword, using the similarity measures (0-1 space, right?) as the intial edge weights, then use classic graph theory algorithms to tease out areas of "betweeness", cohesion", or other…"
"alphabetically sorted list? A time series (or at least natural order of their appearnace) has some inferential interest. Then a multivariate sequene kernel analysis of as many "dimensions" of classification one can reliably generate woudl…"
"Desite how much "academics" like anything in their "real life", the business world is less likely to need whatever it is that made those "academics" feel that way. Why? Because the business world, by merit of its…"
"Ever heard of Ralph Nelson Elliot?
The slope you described is embedded within a pattern of rising and falling waves. Noticing one slope contrast between two time-series across one measured time slice is a mere…"
"String Comparators are old neews in statistics. RegEx like Soundex operators are specialized but all do essentially the same thing, but according to your "model". Not having such a model only to depend on a default PROC like SPEDIS is…"
cognitive processes revealed by time-series analysis of online transaction signals composed of semiotically derived classifications of any tome's content topic and concommitant emotional portent...
essentially, the sounds in the names of things point to cognitive realizations of models of those things