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Travelled to:
1 × Australia
1 × Canada
1 × France
1 × United Kingdom
6 × USA
Collaborated with:
D.J.Cook S.Djoko C.H.You J.A.González G.Galal H.Bunke P.Hsia C.Hsu D.C.Kung G.M.Youngblood Billy Nolen Michael Ross S.Choudhury G.C.Jr. A.Ray S.Beus J.Feo
Talks about:
discoveri (5) system (4) substructur (3) learn (3) base (3) graph (2) dynam (2) substuctur (1) decomposit (1) scientif (1)

Person: Lawrence B. Holder

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Contributed to:

SIGMOD 20132013
KDD 20092009
ICML 20022002
KDD 19971997
ICRE 19961996
KDD 19951995
KDD 19941994
ML 19921992
ML 19901990
ML 19891989
AIIDE 20062006

Wrote 11 papers:

SIGMOD-2013-ChoudhuryHCRBF #graph #named
StreamWorks: a system for dynamic graph search (SC, LBH, GCJ, AR, SB, JF), pp. 1101–1104.
KDD-2009-YouHC #biology #learning #network
Learning patterns in the dynamics of biological networks (CHY, LBH, DJC), pp. 977–986.
ICML-2002-GonzalezHC #concept #graph #learning #relational
Graph-Based Relational Concept Learning (JAG, LBH, DJC), pp. 219–226.
KDD-1997-GalalCH #parallel #scalability
Improving Scalability in a Scientific Discovery System by Exploiting Parallelism (GG, DJC, LBH), pp. 171–174.
ICRE-1996-HsiaHKH #clustering #composition #requirements
User-Centered System Decomposition: Z-Based Requirements Clustering (PH, CTH, DCK, LBH), pp. 126–135.
Analyzing the Benefits of Domain Knowledge in Substructure Discovery (SD, DJC, LBH), pp. 75–80.
Substucture Discovery in the SUBDUE System (LBH, DJC, SD), pp. 169–180.
ML-1992-HolderCB #fuzzy
Fuzzy Substructure Discovery (LBH, DJC, HB), pp. 218–223.
ML-1990-Holder #machine learning #problem
The General Utility Problem in Machine Learning (LBH), pp. 402–410.
ML-1989-Holder #empirical
Empirical Substructure Discovery (LBH), pp. 133–136.
Building Test Beds for AI with the Q3 Mod Base (GMY, BN, MR, LBH), pp. 153–154.

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