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By Hendrik Blockeel, Matthijs van Leeuwen, Veronica Vinciotti

This ebook constitutes the refereed convention lawsuits of the thirteenth foreign convention on clever information research, which used to be held in October/November 2014 in Leuven, Belgium. The 33 revised complete papers including three invited papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 70 submissions dealing with every kind of modeling and research equipment, regardless of self-discipline. The papers disguise all facets of clever facts research, together with papers on clever help for modeling and interpreting facts from advanced, dynamical systems.

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A Seeded Search for the Modularisation of Sequential Software Versions. Journal of Object Technology 11(2), 6:1–6:27 4. : An Application of Intelligent Data Analysis Techniques to a Large Software Engineering Dataset. -F. ) IDA 2009. LNCS, vol. 5772, pp. 261–272. Springer, Heidelberg (2009) 5. : Clustering sparse graphs. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems (2012) 6. : A metrics suite for object oriented design. IEEE Trans, Software Eng. 20(6), 476–493 (1994) 7. : Structured Design.

6 A State Space Representation of the OU(p) Process The decomposition of the OU(p) process xκ,σ (t) as a linear combination of simpler processes of order 1 (Thm. 1), leads to an expression of the process by means of a state space model. This provides a unified approach for computing the likelihood of xκ,σ (t) through a Kalman filter. Moreover, it can be used to show that xκ,σ (t) is an ARMA(p, p − 1) whose coefficients can be computed from κ. In order to ease notation, we consider that the components of κ are all different.

Section 4 describes the simple, yet effective method with which we estimate a pattern spectrum from the original data. In Section 5 we report experiments on artificially generated data sets and thus demonstrate the quality of pattern spectrum estimation. Finally, in Section 6 we draw conclusions from our discussion. 1 2 Even though pattern spectrum filtering was presented for time-binned data in [13] (which reduces the problem to classical frequent item set mining: each time bin gives rise to one transaction), it can easily be transferred to the continuous domain.

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