By Anna-Lena Lamprecht, Tiziana Margaria, Ina Schaefer, Bernhard Steffen (auth.), Alessandro Moschitti, Riccardo Scandariato (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed post-proceedings of the 1st overseas Workshop on everlasting structures, EternalS 2011, held in Budapest, Hungary, in might 2011. The workshop aimed toward developing the stipulations for mutual wisdom and cross-fertilization between large ICT components corresponding to studying platforms for wisdom administration and illustration, software program platforms, networked structures and safe platforms, by way of concentrating on their shared pursuits akin to version, evolvability and adaptability for the improvement of lengthy dwelling and flexible platforms. The 6 revised complete papers and four brief papers awarded have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 15 submissions. they're prepared in topical sections on software program and safe platforms, computing device studying for software program structures, and ontology and data representations.
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This improvement becomes particularly signiﬁcant when learning on large text classiﬁcation datasets, where class-imbalance plays an important role to obtain the optimal balance between precision and recall. The proposed sampling strategy has shown superior ability to parametrize the model with respect to conventional approach implemented in SVM-light on two Question/Answer classiﬁcation tasks. We also take advantage of the possibility to parallelize the code to make learning even faster. net/ cms/research/MixedFeaturesForSRL Large-Scale Learning with Structural Kernels for Class-Imbalanced Datasets 41 other sampling approaches based on the reductions idea of .
In the ﬁrst set of experiments we compare the accuracy one can get by better parametrizing the model using our proposed method against the cutting plane algorithm with uniform sampling and the conventional SVM. Below we refer to the capability to control the penalty factors for examples from diﬀerent classes as simply j option (as implemented in SVM-light software). Secondly, we bring the capability of cutting plane algorithm with rejection sampling to alleviate the class-imbalance problem to the large-scale, where training of conventional SVMs soon becomes too timeconsuming.
A GUI) for this database. Moreover, the data from the database is used by a data miner. The client is initially trusted, as it is used only by a single, trusted user. Therefore, the client has permission to access all data in the database. Similarly, the data miner is trusted with its permission to access the data. This situation is represented in the initial requirements model Req in Figure 2(a) using the Si* notation , which is particularly suited to express trust relationships. Assume that, over time, additional users begin to work with the client application.