Jonathan Talked about Time Mining at CityU DSAIG Seminar

July 18, 2017 by
Filed under: Talk 

The seminar is a monthly event organized by the newly formed Data Science Applications Interest Group (DSAIG) at City University of Hong Kong, of which Jonathan Zhu and Zhenzhen Wang of Web Mining Lab are members.  Jonathan gave a talk on “mining time information from digital data” on July 18, which attracted faculty members, research staff, and doctoral students from several colleges within CityU.


In the talk, he began with an observation that, while time is arguably the only common denominator of all online, digital, and mobile data, there is little serious deliberation on the properties, problems, and opportunities in time mining.  He then discussed application issues of data, metrics, models, and theories of time, with illustrations from both benchmark studies and the ongoing projects at Web Mining Lab.  [Click here for presentation slides.]



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