Universiteit Leiden

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Research project

Complex Patterns in Streams

The goal of the project is the development of stream mining techniques for complex patterns such as graphs. We will try to extend the existing state-of-the-art techniques into two, orthogonal directions: on the one hand, the mining of more complex patterns in streams, such as sequential patterns and evolving graph patterns (for example social networks), and on the other hand, more natural stream support measures taking into account the temporal nature of most data streams. In order to test our methods, we will have access to the data streams generated by a sensor network mounted on the "Hollandse Brug" in The Netherlands.

Duration
2009  -   2014
Contact
Walter Kosters
Partners

LIACS  Data Mining group at Leiden University
Databases and Hypermedia (DH) group at TU Eindhoven

The COMPASS project (Complex Patterns in Streams) is a NWO funded research project.

The goal of the project is the development of stream mining techniques for complex patterns such as graphs. We will try to extend the existing state-of-the-art techniques into two, orthogonal directions: on the one hand, the mining of more complex patterns in streams, such as sequential patterns and evolving graph patterns (for example social networks), and on the other hand, more natural stream support measures taking into account the temporal nature of most data streams. In order to test our methods, we will have access to the data streams generated by a sensor network mounted on the "Hollandse Brug" in The Netherlands.

A list of publications and resources can be found through the webpages of  Hoang Thanh Lam and  Frank Takes.