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Regret-minimizing representative databases

Danupon Nanongkai, Atish Das Sarma, Ashwin Lall, Richard J. Lipton, Jun Xu
2010 Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment  
In particular, for any number k and any class of utility functions, the k-regret query outputs k tuples from the database and tries to minimize the maximum regret ratio.  ...  We propose the k-representative regret minimization query (k-regret) as an operation to support multi-criteria decision making.  ...  This query has been explored further in the domains of uncertain databases [21, 32] and continuous processing [19] .  ... 
doi:10.14778/1920841.1920980 fatcat:jlvj3fl2v5ggtpd2lxmwhjqy4m

k-regret queries with nonlinear utilities

Taylor Kessler Faulkner, Will Brackenbury, Ashwin Lall
2015 Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment  
Prior work with k-regret queries assumes users' preferences to be modeled by linear utility functions.  ...  This approach combines benefits of the methods top-k and skyline; it controls the size of the output but does not require knowledge of users' preferences.  ...  [5] propose skyline frequency. This ranks points by counting the number of dimensions for which each point is in the skyline. Xia et al. [28] proposeskyline queries.  ... 
doi:10.14778/2831360.2831364 fatcat:mbrmz6aorvfqtegti6wn3nc2ga

Proceedings of eNTERFACE 2015 Workshop on Intelligent Interfaces [article]

Matei Mancas, Christian Frisson, Joëlle Tilmanne, Nicolas d'Alessandro, Petr Barborka, Furkan Bayansar, Francisco Bernard, Rebecca Fiebrink, Alexis Heloir, Edgar Hemery, Sohaib Laraba, Alexis Moinet (+58 others)
2018 arXiv   pre-print
The 11th Summer Workshop on Multimodal Interfaces eNTERFACE 2015 was hosted by the Numediart Institute of Creative Technologies of the University of Mons from August 10th to September 2015.  ...  During the four weeks, students and researchers from all over the world came together in the Numediart Institute of the University of Mons to work on eight selected projects structured around intelligent  ...  The authors would like to thank the local organizers of eNTEFACE'15 for their kindness, their local assistance regarding logistics and their nice schedule of social events.  ... 
arXiv:1801.06349v1 fatcat:qauytivdq5axxis2xlknp3r2ne

Data processing on heterogeneous hardware [article]

Max Heimel, Technische Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Volker Markl
2018
The primary objective of data processing research on modern hardware is to understand how to utilize emerging technology to process data efficiently.  ...  In this thesis, we present our contributions to the area of data processing on heterogeneous hardware.  ...  estimating stream cardinalities [HS08] , online outlier detection [SPP + 06], and predicting the results of skyline queries [ZYC + 09].  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-7255 fatcat:ymjwoicorzaylpwzkjktvmhjge

Counterfactual Evaluation And Learning From Logged User Feedback

Adith Swaminathan
2017
Machine learning algorithms are core components of such systems.  ...  BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH Adith Swaminathan was born in Tuticorin, a port city on the Coromandel Coast of India, in 1988. He grew up in Mumbai, a megacity on the Konkan Coast of India.  ...  A direct application of the Offset tree algorithm requires O(2 K ) space and only guarantees regret O((2 K − 1)r) where r is the "regret" of an underlying binary classifier.  ... 
doi:10.7298/x4fj2dw6 fatcat:o4azwkhczjhhpbg34ceyrkuizy

Label Ranking mit probabilistischen Modellen

Weiwei Cheng, Mathematik Und Informatik, Hüllermeier, Eyke (Prof.)
2012
Given a query instance (e.g., a customer) and a predefined set of candidate labels (e.g., AUDI, BMW, VW), a single label is required as a prediction in classification (e.g.  ...  The connection of these two fields has not been studied for label ranking before.  ...  In fact, our approach comes down to a very simple prediction procedure, in which labels are sorted according to their local frequency in the neighborhood of the query, and ties are broken by global frequencies  ... 
doi:10.17192/z2012.0493 fatcat:7q3ato7vkzhxzbyfwu3rm3lzrq

The quality-aware service selection problem: an adaptive evolutionary approach

Elisabeth Vinek
2011 unpublished
To address these issues regarding dynamics and conflicting viewpoints, this work proposes a service selection optimization framework based on a multi-objective genetic algorithm capable of efficiently  ...  A system and QoS attribute ontology as well as a description of dynamics of distributed systems build the basis of the framework.  ...  The concept of a service skyline is inspired from the concept of top-k queries in database systems.  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.17153 fatcat:saxltihv7bdbhlt6m6f7sfzrdq

Improved planning for urban resilience and sustainability – tools, measures and recommendations

Hans de Moel, Marthe. L Derkzen, Elco E. Koks, Jeroen Aerts, Peter Verburg, Nick van Barneveld, L. Nijhuis, Steffen Nielsen, Bernd Möller, R. Rijavec, T. Griessler-Bulc, S. Detellbach (+13 others)
2014 Zenodo  
Timing relates to the time horizons of different actors (e.g. researchers, politicians, practitioners) and processes (e.g. urban development a [...]  ...  Correspondingly, strategic urban planning requires the merge of environmental analyses and the policy process with all relevant stakeholders (which will be discussed in Chapter 2).  ...  Encouraging and enabling citizens to join dialogue via a range of tools is also the challenge of mobility planning process.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3940969 fatcat:bbvgvz7mtrh2fghwvt4geskpgu

Balance Sheets: Tools to Inform Changes in Practice

Matt Handley
2005 The Permanente Journal  
Acknowledgments The author would like to acknowledge Peter Churgin, MD; Tom Stibolt, MD; Wiley Chan, MD; and Craig Robbins, MD, for their contributions of screenshots.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank many people from the KPNC Region who have contributed to the success of this program-From the KPNC Acknowledgment Thank you to Arthur Klatsky, MD, for  ...  Haffner SM, Lehto S, Ronnemaa T, Pyorala K, Laakso M.  ... 
doi:10.7812/tpp/05-022 fatcat:7kjgj7dogrg63g3fmkl4wv5pje

Sharing: culture and the economy in the Internet age

2012 ChoiceReviews  
of k.  ...  It will be successful only if one can provide users with simple-to-use tools and guarantees of privacy, efficiency and reliability of the processing.  ...  If we know the average use for an individual, we can use equation to compute the average number of clues per work: and then compute CðnÞ as follows: where p is the proportion of use of the same set of  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.50-0391 fatcat:keejqodgtjeypgauerlayzog4u

THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES

1961 Medical Journal of Australia  
poor diffraction efficiency.  ...  The quality of the hologram is known as diffraction efficiency.  ...  process it has the potential to appear as an objective document of past events and through structuring of the subject (such that image elements are interesting 370 M.  ... 
doi:10.5694/j.1326-5377.1961.tb69461.x fatcat:xjlce5jn25edzoiqwwijlhsojy

Special Issue: Quantitative Risk Analysis Techniques for Security Applications

Christopher Kiekintveld, Janusz Marecki, Praveen Paruchuri, Katia Sycara, Anton Železnikar, Matjaž Gams, Jožef Stefan, Drago Torkar, Jožef Stefan, Editorial Board, Juan Carlos, Augusto (+23 others)
2010 unpublished
However, any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect views of the United States Department of Homeland Security.  ...  This work was supported by the IT R&D program of MIC/IITA,[2008-F-036-01,Development of Anonymity-based u-Knowledge Security Technology].  ...  The master is responsible for coordinating the slave processes via issuing tick commands.  ... 
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A Focus on KP HealthConnect The Permanente Journal Change Service Requested a peer-reviewed journal WINNER PermanenteJournal Advisory Board Review Board Colorado Permanente Medical Group, PC (CPMG): Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group, PC (MAPMG)

Richard Abrohams, Georgia Geriatrician, Arthur Hayward, Arlene Sargent, Joanne Schottinger, Mark Snyder, Paul Wallace, David Waters, Eddie Wills, Mancusi-Unearo, Rei Masui, Laure Mazzara (+439 others)
2004 THE PERMANENTE JOURNAL VOLUME   unpublished
Busy patients will have a more efficient option than an office visit or phone call via secure messaging.  ...  McDuffie RS Jr, Beck A, Bischoff K, Cross J, Orleans M. Effect of frequency of prenatal care visits on perinatal outcome among low-risk women. A randomized controlled trial.  ...  Patients are empowered in making decisions about their own care through new models of interaction with their physicians and ever-increasing access to biomedical information via digital medical libraries  ... 
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Media, war, and terrorism: responses from the Middle East and Asia

Ayelet Harel-Shalev
2013 South Asian Popular Culture  
Shafe Qidwai of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication and Imtiaz of the Department of Urdu, both at Aligarh Muslim University, India, provided helpful references to works on Urdu journalism  ...  Finally, we would like to record our appreciation of the efforts of Stephanie Rogers and Zoe Botterill of RoutledgeCurzon in bringing out this volume expeditiously.  ...  on our operational plans in J&K'.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14746689.2013.784073 fatcat:zrhdx3rfsfh6pk64h7agqlremu

That's not How It Should End: The Effect of Reader/Player Response on the Development of Narrative [chapter]

Lynda Clark
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
of an interactive novella.  ...  This thesis, in part, seeks to explore the veracity of this idea through a creative-critical comparison of key examples of Victorian serial fiction and modern episodic videogames, and through the creation  ...  Similarly, Linda K.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-71027-3_42 fatcat:tmfomiutanh5lhjufvkpp537am
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