I am super excited about this opportunity. I hope and wish that you
consider my application. My Data Mining library contains about 10
algorithms all in streaming domain. For example, OPTICS, Data Bubbles,
CHAMELEON, CTBN (work under way), and several other cutting edge
technology. In addition, there is cutting edge software engineering
environment named SARA (Software Area for Research Arm). My excitement
is super high and my hope is that you will accept my application. I am
so grateful for adding me to the SIG to kindly grant me a look and
feel at this opportunity.
Please kindly let me know if you need any supporting code snippets :-)
and any supporting references :-)
With Love and Respect,
On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 12:17 PM, Samer Nassar <hello.samer@...> wrote:
> Dear Simon,
> Can I please jump in and help in the development efforts. I have worked on
> Data Streams before. Please kindly check out my publication on Data Stream
> titled "Effective Summarization of Multi-Dimensional Data Streams for
> Historical Stream Mining". I have a code base in VC++ for simulations and
> Data Streams (about 150,000 lines of code, not all tested yet and still
> under development; however, the Data Stream part is very compact and can be
> considered hopefully :-) The story is very interesting. I am very happy to
> help in any possible way. Please let me know your preferences :-)
> Thank you so much for adding me to the SIG. I am very grateful.
> On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 11:13 AM, Simon Fischer <fischer@...> wrote:
>> Hi Samer,
>> On 02.03.2013 21:43, Samer Nassar wrote:
>> > Can you kindly let me know if there is any interest in Data Streams, so
>> > that I know how to write the code for Graph Isomorphism.
>> There is a big interest in data streams. In fact, we are working on a
>> streaming extension for RapidMiner within EU project ViSTA-TV
>> (http://vista-tv.eu/). I think it would be good if you would elaborate a
>> bit on what you want to achieve with "Graph Isomorphism", otherwise it
>> is a bit difficult to tell what is the best method to proceed with.
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