|3 July, 2019|
|11:00 am||a||12:00 pm|
Speaker: Justo Puerto (University of Seville)
Title: “Revisiting some models of data analysis in the hand of location theory”
Date: Wednesday, July 3, 11:00 am.
Localication: Classrooms 0.1 and 0.2 of the CIO (Torretamarit Building)
Abstract. This talk presents connections between localization theory and some basic aspects of data analysis. For this, the problem of locating dimensional structures that replace point servers will be addressed. Among the large number of problems that have been studied, we will focus on locating hyperplanes in finite dimension spaces due to their implications in the adjustment of data sets and in the supervised classification. We will approach two hyperplane localization models that give rise to two models of data analysis: the problem of grouping and adjusting, and the problem of supervised learning on datasets with more than two classes. We will present the models and their properties and analyze the computational results on known databases.