WEKA: Waikato Environment for Knowledge Analysis. WEKA is a popular machine learning workbench with a development life of nearly two decades. This article provides an overview of the factors that we believe to be important to its success. Rather than focussing on the software’s functionality, we review aspects of project management and historical development decisions that likely had an impact on the uptake of the project.

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  5. Du, Wen Sheng; Hu, Bao Qing: A fast heuristic attribute reduction approach to ordered decision systems (2018)
  6. Feng, Zhen-Xing; Li, Qian-Zhong; Meng, Jian-Jun: Recognition of the long range enhancer-promoter interactions by further adding DNA structure properties and transcription factor binding motifs in human cell lines (2018)
  7. Malone, Brandon; Kangas, Kustaa; Järvisalo, Matti; Koivisto, Mikko; Myllymäki, Petri: Empirical hardness of finding optimal Bayesian network structures: algorithm selection and runtime prediction (2018)
  8. Muñoz, Mario A.; Villanova, Laura; Baatar, Davaatseren; Smith-Miles, Kate: Instance spaces for machine learning classification (2018)
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  12. Wistuba, Martin; Schilling, Nicolas; Schmidt-Thieme, Lars: Scalable Gaussian process-based transfer surrogates for hyperparameter optimization (2018)
  13. Ansótegui, Carlos; Bonet, Maria Luisa; Giráldez-Cru, Jesús; Levy, Jordi: Structure features for SAT instances classification (2017)
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  19. Escuín, David; Polo, Lorena; Ciprés, David: On the comparison of inventory replenishment policies with time-varying stochastic demand for the paper industry (2017)
  20. Komendantskaya, Ekaterina; Heras, Jónathan: Proof mining with dependent types (2017)

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