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Защита PhD Махаловой Татьяны

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23 июня 2021 г. состоится защита диссертации на тему "Contributions to pattern set mining: from complex datasets to significant and useful pattern sets" выпускницы магистерской программы Науки о Данных, сотрудницы МНУЛ ИССА Татьяны Махаловой.

Abstract: In this talk, we discuss different aspects of pattern mining in binary and numerical tabular datasets. The objective of pattern mining is to discover a small set of non-redundant patterns that may cover entirely a given dataset and be interpreted as useful and significant knowledge units. We focus on such issues as (i) formal definition of pattern interestingness, (ii) the mitigation of the pattern explosion problem, (iii) measure for evaluating the performance of pattern mining, and (iv) the discrepancy between interestingness and quality of the discovered pattern sets.

The first part of the talk is devoted to a so-called closure structure and the GDPM algorithm for its computing. The closure structure allows for estimating both the data and pattern complexity.  Moreover, we discuss how the closure structure allows an analyst to understand the intrinsic data configuration before selecting an interestingness measure for pattern mining.

In the second part, we discuss the difference between interestingness and quality of pattern sets. We present the KeepItSimple algorithm that adopts the best practices of supervised learning in pattern mining and relates interestingness and the quality of pattern sets. We show that KeepItSimple allows for an efficient mining of a set of interesting and good-quality patterns without any pattern explosion.

The third part of the talk is devoted to numerical pattern mining. We present an MDL-based algorithm called Mint for mining pattern sets in numerical data. The Mint algorithm relies on a strong theoretical foundation and at the same time has a practical objective in returning a small set of numerical, non-redundant, and informative patterns. Mint has very good behavior in practice and usually outperforms its competitors.

Reviewers:

Arnaud Soulet, MCf HDR, Université de Tours, Tours

Jilles Vreeken, Pr. The CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security, Saarbrücken

Examiners:

François Charoy, Pr. Université de Lorraine, Nancy

Antoine Cornuéjols, Pr. AgroParisTech, Paris

Elisa Fromont, Pr. Université de Rennes, Rennes

Esther Galbrun, CR Inria, University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio

Christel Vrain, Pr. Université de d'Orléans, Orléans

Supervisors:

Sergei O. Kuznetsov Pr. NRU HSE, Moscow

Amedeo Napoli, DR CNRS LORIA, Nancy

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