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1. Hierarchical Density-Based Clustering using MapReduce

Hierarchical density-based agglomeration could be a powerful tool for explorative knowledge analysis, which may play a vital role within the understanding and organization of datasets. However, its relevancy to giant datasets is restricted as a result of the procedure quality of hierarchal agglomeration strategies includes a quadratic edge within the variety of objects to be clustered. MapReduce could be a fashionable programming model to hurry up data processing and machine learning algorithms operative on giant, presumably distributed datasets. within the literature, there are makes an attempt to set algorithms like Single-Linkage, that in essence may be extended to the broader scope of hierarchal density-based agglomeration, however hierarchal agglomeration algorithms ar inherently troublesome to set with MapReduce. During this paper, we tend to discuss why adapting previous approaches to set Single-Linkage agglomeration exploitation MapReduce ends up in terribly inefficient solutions once one desires to work out density-based agglomeration hierarchies. Preliminarily, we tend to discuss one such resolution that relies on a precise, nonetheless terribly computationally tight, random blocks parallelization theme. To be able to with efficiency apply hierarchal density-based agglomeration to giant datasets exploitation MapReduce, we tend to then propose a special parallelization theme that computes associate degree approximate agglomeration hierarchy supported a far quicker, algorithmic sampling approach. This approach relies on HDBSCAN*, the progressive hierarchal density-based agglomeration formula, combined with {a knowledge|a knowledge|an information} report technique known as data bubbles. The projected methodology is evaluated in terms of each runtime and quality of the approximation on variety of datasets, showing its effectiveness and measurability.

2. K-nearest Neighbors Search by Random Projection Forests

K-nearest neighbors (kNN) search is a crucial drawback in data processing and data discovery. Galvanized by the massive success of tree-based methodology and ensemble ways over the last decades, we tend to propose a brand new methodology for kNN search, random projection forests (rpForests). rpForests finds nearest neighbors by combining multiple kNN-sensitive trees with every created recursively through a series of random projections. As incontestable by experiments on a large assortment of real datasets, our methodology achieves a noteworthy accuracy in terms of quick decaying missing rate of kNNs which of discrepancy within the k-th nearest neighbor distances. rpForests encompasses a terribly low procedure quality as a tree-based methodology. The ensemble nature of rpForests makes it simply parallelized to run on clustered or multi core computers; the period of time is predicted to be nearly reciprocally proportional to the amount of cores or machines. We tend to offer theoretical insights on rpForests by showing the exponential return of neighboring points being separated by ensemble random projection trees once the ensemble size will increase. Our theory can even be wont to refine the selection of random projections within the growth of rpForests; experiments show that the result is outstanding.

3. On Scalable and Robust Truth Discovery in Big Data Social Media Sensing Applications

Identifying trustworthy information in the presence of noisy data contributed by numerous unvetted sources from online social media (e.g., Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram) has been a crucial task in the era of big data. This task, referred to as truth discovery, targets at identifying the reliability of the sources and the truthfulness of claims they make without knowing either a priori. In this work, we identified three important challenges that have not been well addressed in the current truth discovery literature. The first one is “misinformation spread” where a significant number of sources are contributing to false claims, making the identification of truthful claims difficult. For example, on Twitter, rumors, scams, and influence bots are common examples of sources colluding, either intentionally or unintentionally, to spread misinformation and obscure the truth. The second challenge is “data sparsity” or the “long-tail phenomenon” where a majority of sources only contribute a small number of claims, providing insufficient evidence to determine those sources’ trustworthiness. For example, in the Twitter datasets that we collected during real-world events, more than 90% of sources only contributed to a single claim. Third, many current solutions are not scalable to large-scale social sensing events because of the centralized nature of their truth discovery algorithms. In this paper, we develop a Scalable and Robust Truth Discovery (SRTD) scheme to address the above three challenges. In particular, the SRTD scheme jointly quantifies both the reliability of sources and the credibility of claims using a principled approach. We further develop a distributed framework to implement the proposed truth discovery scheme using Work Queue in an HTCondor system. The evaluation results on three real-world datasets show that the SRTD scheme significantly outperforms the state-of-the-art truth discovery methods in terms of both effectiveness and efficiency.

 

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