Communications and Signal Processing Seminar

Correlation mining in massive data

Alfred HeroProfessorUniversity of Michigan, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

We live in an era of large networks generating lots of data whose topologies are important but are only partially known to us. This topology is defined by the set of nodes and edges in the associated graph. In many networks, edges reflect the existence of significant pairwise correlation between data generated at the nodes. This talk will be on mining correlation patterns from such data.

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