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Questions about computer algorithms that automatically discover patterns in data and make good decisions based on them.

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You could try symbolic regression (SR). The general idea is finding a function that fits the given data points without making any assumptions about the structure of that function. Genetic programmin …
answered Nov 13 '17 by manlio
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Let me know of any other methods to generate response variable when there is none Anomaly detection techniques could be what you're looking for (but you don't "generate response variable when the …
answered Jun 15 '16 by manlio
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Consider that: a "sliding window" approach can be used with any standard regression / classification algorithm. E.g. given the following time series Time High Low Open Close Volume 1 H1 L1 O …
answered Sep 17 '16 by manlio
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Question: Where can I access automatically generated (spam) webpages? You could use: a parody generator program. They're usually based on Markov chains (e.g. SubredditSimulator) or context-fre …
answered Jun 20 '16 by manlio
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The most common/obvious way is a challenge-response test that is easy for humans but hard for computers (of course, but not only, CAPTCHA). This kind of test is very effective{1} but falls under the …
answered May 18 '16 by manlio
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We changed value on 2nd row, now we have new weight values and bias value, do we need to check the third row which is 1 0 1 with new weight and bias value or with old one which is (w1=0, w2=0, b= …
answered Oct 27 '17 by manlio
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This isn't the best way but it's simple and fast: preprocess the input with the Porter Stemmming algorithm (it's a process for removing the commoner morphological and inflexional endings from words …
answered May 4 '16 by manlio