JCLAL is a general purpose framework developed in Java for the active learning research area. JCLAL framework is open source software and it is distributed under the GNU general public license. It is constructed with a high-level software environment, with a strong object oriented design and use of design patterns, which allow to the developers reuse, modify and extend the framework.
If you want to refer to JCLAL in a publication, please cite the following JMLR paper. The full citation is:
Oscar Reyes, Eduardo Pérez, María del Carmen Rodríguez-Hernández, Habib M. Fardoun, Sebastián Ventura. JCLAL: A Java Framework for Active Learning. Journal of Machine Learning Research, 17(95):1-5, 2016.
- Java framework
- Active Learning
- Single-label query strategies
- Multi-label query strategies
- Query strategies, scenaries, oracles