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  2. Cortijo, Santiago; Gonzales, Christophe: On conditional truncated densities Bayesian networks (2018)
  3. Panday, Deepak; Cordeiro de Amorim, Renato; Lane, Peter: Feature weighting as a tool for unsupervised feature selection (2018)
  4. Poon, Leonard K.M.; Liu, April H.; Zhang, Nevin L.: UC-LTM: unidimensional clustering using latent tree models for discrete data (2018)
  5. Raza, Muhammad Summair; Qamar, Usman: Feature selection using rough set-based direct dependency calculation by avoiding the positive region (2018)
  6. Abaszade, Maryam; Effati, Sohrab: Support vector regression with random output variable and probabilistic constraints (2017)
  7. Aloise, Daniel; Castelo Damasceno, Nielsen; Mladenović, Nenad; Nobre Pinheiro, Daniel: On strategies to fix degenerate $k$-means solutions (2017)
  8. Audigier, Vincent; Husson, François; Josse, Julie: MIMCA: multiple imputation for categorical variables with multiple correspondence analysis (2017)
  9. Balamash, Abdullah; Pedrycz, Witold; Al-Hmouz, Rami; Morfeq, Ali: Perspective-oriented data analysis through the development of information granules of order 2 (2017)
  10. Bekker, Andriëtte; van Niekerk, Janet; Arashi, Mohammad: Wishart distributions: advances in theory with Bayesian application (2017)
  11. Benjamin R. Fitzpatrick, Kerrie Mengersen: A network flow approach to visualising the roles of covariates in random forests (2017) arXiv
  12. Borgelt, Christian; Kruse, Rudolf: Agglomerative fuzzy clustering (2017)
  13. Boström, Henrik; Linusson, Henrik; Löfström, Tuve; Johansson, Ulf: Accelerating difficulty estimation for conformal regression forests (2017)
  14. Bounhas, Myriam; Prade, Henri; Richard, Gilles: Oddness/evenness-based classifiers for Boolean or numerical data (2017)
  15. Bounhas, Myriam; Prade, Henri; Richard, Gilles: Analogy-based classifiers for nominal or numerical data (2017)
  16. Broelemann, Klaus; Jiang, Xiaoyi; Mukherjee, Sudipto; Chowdhury, Ananda S.: Variants of k-regular nearest neighbor graph and their construction (2017)
  17. Cancelliere, R.; Deluca, R.; Gai, M.; Gallinari, P.; Rubini, L.: An analysis of numerical issues in neural training by pseudoinversion (2017)
  18. Chardin, Brice; Coquery, Emmanuel; Pailloux, Marie; Petit, Jean-Marc: RQL: a query language for rule discovery in databases (2017)
  19. Chiang, Alvin; David, Esther; Lee, Yuh-Jye; Leshem, Guy; Yeh, Yi-Ren: A study on anomaly detection ensembles (2017)
  20. Chou, Chun-An; Bonates, Tibérius O.; Lee, Chungmok; Chaovalitwongse, Wanpracha Art: Multi-pattern generation framework for logical analysis of data (2017)

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