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Classification and Clustering in Large Complex Networks

Classification and Clustering in Large Complex Networks

This video was recorded at Solomon seminar. Data represented as graphs with complex structures are ubiquitous nowadays. Examples include technological networks (e.g., the Internet), informational networks (e.g., the World-Wide Web), social networks (e.g., Facebook's friendship graph), and biological networks (e.g., protein interactions). In this talk, I will present algorithms for both relational classification and clustering in such networked data. I will pay special attention to issues surrounding scalability, sparsity of labels, various levels of relational dependency, and performance consistency across assorted domains.


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