Stream Data Mining using the MOA Framework
Massive Online Analysis (MOA) is a software framework that provides algorithms and evaluation methods for mining tasks on evolving data streams. In addition to supervised and unsupervised learning, MOA has recently been extended to support multi-label classi fication and graph mining. In this demonstrator we describe the main features of MOA and present the newly added methods for outlier detectionon streaming data. Algorithms can be compared to established baseline methods such as LOF and ABOD using standard ranking measures including Spearman rank coefficient and the AUC measure. MOA is an open source project and videos as well as tutorials are publicly available on the MOA homepage.
|Authors:||Kranen P., Kremer H., Jansen T., Seidl T., Bifet A., Holmes G., Pfahringer B., Read J.|
|Published in:||The 17th International Conference on Database Systems for Advanced Applications (DASFAA 2012), Busan, South Korea|
|Research topic:||Data Analysis and Knowledge Extraction|