Posted by: zyxo | February 3, 2008

Swarm behaviour, datamining and photography


Apparently swarm algorithms in datamining are still confined to universities. Although useful, e.g. for cleaning up digital images by means of particle swarm optimisation (Malik Braik and Alaa Sheta of the Department of Information Technology, at Al-Balqa Applied University) or the Antminer+ algoritm B.Baesens at the University of Leuven, Belgium), the practical use is severely limited by the computational efforts needed for the calculations.
Unless someone knows a scalable product, wich can easyly work its way trough a few hunderdthousends of records with 1,000 variables in an acceptable time ?


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