UT-Austin Data Mining Seminar Series

Fall 2001

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Presentation schedule:

Date & Time Location Speaker Title Slides/Papers

Fri. Nov. 2 @ 11 am

ACES 6.304 Oren Etzioni
University of Washington - Seattle
Adaptive Web Sites Abstract

Tentative Future Schedule:

Date & Time Location Speaker Title Slides/Papers

To be scheduled

ACES 2.302 Andrew McCallum
Carnegie Mellon University
To be announced Abstract
To be scheduled ACES 2.302 Inderjit Dhillon
University of Texas - Austin
To be announced Abstract

Past Speakers:

Date & Time Location Speaker Title Slides/Papers

Fri. Oct. 26, 2001 @ 10:30a

ACES 2.402 Foster Provost
New York University
Reviving the Learning Curve: A critical study of machine learning performance Abstract

Fri. Oct. 5,   2001 @ 11 am

ACES 2.302 Sridhar Rajagopalan
IBM Almaden Research Center
Three applications of data mining principles Abstract

Fri, Sept 21, 2001 @ 11 am

ACES 2.302 Joseph Sirosh
HNC Software Inc.
Unit Vector Representations of Unstructured Information Abstract

Fri, Apr 27, 2001 @ 11 am

ACES 2.302 Daniel Boley
University of Minnesota
A Scalable Hierarchical Algorithm for Unsupervised Clustering Abstract

Fri, Apr 20, 2001 @ 11 am

ACES 2.302 David Scott
Rice University
Nonparametric Clustering for Data Mining Abstract

Fri, Apr 13, 2001 @ 11 am

ACES 2.302 Ed George
University of Texas - Austin
Bayesian Treed Modeling Abstract

Fri, Mar 30, 2001 @ 11 am

ACES 2.302 Gautam Das
Microsoft Research
A Robust, Optimization-Based Approach for Approximate Answering of Aggregate Queries Abstract

Fri, Mar 23, 2001 @ 11 am

ACES 2.302 Joydeep Ghosh
University of Texas - Austin
Graphical Techniques for Efficient and Balanced Clustering of Very High-Dimensional Data Abstract
Powerpoint Slides
Fri, Feb 09, 2001 @ 11 am ACES 2.302 Tom Mitchell
Carnegie Mellon University
and WhizBang! Labs
Machine Learning and Extracting Information from the Web Abstract
Fri, Nov 17, 2000 @ 11am ACES 2.302 Prabhakar Raghavan
Verity and Stanford University

Networks and Sub-Networks in the World-Wide Web
Meeting Signup Schedule

Fri, Nov 10, 2000 @ 11am ACES 2.302 Jerry Friedman
Stanford University
Predictive Data Mining with Multiple Additive Regression Trees Abstract
Thurs, Nov 9, 2000 @ 11am ACES 2.302 Nick Street
University of Iowa
Feature Selection in Unsupervised Learning via Multi-Objective Evolutionary Search Abstract
Fri, Oct 27, 2000 @ 11am ACES 2.302 Raymond Mooney
University of Texas - Austin
Text Mining with Information Extraction Abstract
Fri, Oct 13, 2000 @ 11am ACES 2.302 Raghu Ramakrishnan
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Exploratory Analysis of Large Datasets Abstract
Fri, Sept 29, 2000 @ 11am ACES 2.302 Jaideep Srivastava
University of Minnesota and Yodlee.com
Web Mining: A Challenging Frontier for Data Mining Abstract
Powerpoint Slides
Mon, Sept 25, 2000 @ 1pm ACES 2.302 Peter Haas
IBM Almaden Research Center
Techniques for Online Exploration of Large Object-Relational Databases Abstract
Fri, Aug 4,   2000 @ 3pm Taylor Hall 3.128 Jude Shavlik
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Using Diverse Evidence Sources to Uncover Coordinately Controlled Genes via Machine Learning and Dynamic Programming Abstract
Thurs, Aug 3, 2000 @ 3pm Taylor Hall 3.128 Haym Hirsh
Rutgers University
Integrating Multiple Sources of Information in Text Classification Abstract
Wed, Apr 5, 2000 @ 4pm Taylor Hall 2.106 Dharmendra S. Modha
IBM Almaden Research Center
Clustering Hypertext with Applications to Web Searching Abstract




Comments? Need to schedule a seminar? Contact Inderjit Dhillon, Joydeep Ghosh, Ray Mooney, or Lynn Stokes.

This seminar series is organized with financial support from Tivoli.

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Last modified by hyukcho@cs.utexas.edu
Updated 10 Sept., 2001 7:05 PM