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Exercise work 2007
To pass the course you must pass the examination and complete this
To complete the exercise work you may need information that has not
been discussed in the lectures. If you have any questions please do
not hesitate to contact the assistant or the lecturer for hints,
guidance or references.
The exercise work will be graded rejected or
A passed exercise work will be valid for one year after the
If you want to get a grade at the same time as the
December examination results you should also submit the
exercise work by 15 January 2008.
The grading will be announced at (the blue
binder at) the notice board, and by an email to an address of the form
12345X@students.hut.fi, where 12345X is your student number.
- The exercise work should be completed by one person. However,
discussing it with others is encouraged.
- You have to submit a report in which you describe the work
that you have done and your conclusions.
- The reports must be received by the examiner
on 15 January 2008,
at latest. The reports received after the deadline will be rejected.
If you have a very good reason that causes you to miss the deadline
you can request an extension. The extension must be requested at least
office day before the deadline.
- To pass the exercise work you must fulfill the requirements given
in the "specific requirements" section.
- If you submit the exercise work report in time and you have
tried to satisfy the
requirements (for example, your submission is not essentially empty),
but don't pass,
you will be given instructions and a new deadline on
how to supplement your work after the original deadline.
- Accepted languages are Finnish, Swedish and English.
- There are no strict formatting rules, nor preferred typesetting
or word processing
- Each exercise work report should contain a section that comments
on the difficulty of the project and an estimate of the time used for
- The exercise work reports should be submitted by email
(firstname.lastname@example.org) in PDF format. If PDF or email
submission is not possible you can submit a printed copy by
(internal) mail (Niko Vuokko, PL 5400, 02015 TKK). The exercise work reports should
contain your name, email address and full student number. If you
submit your work by email, please include the student number also to
the subject line.
Write 3-5 page summary of one of the following papers from
Deepak Agarwal, Dhiman Barman, Dimitrios Gunopulos, Neal E. Young,
Flip Korn, Divesh Srivastava:
Efficient and effective explanation of change in hierarchical
- Deepak Agarwal, Andrei Z. Broder, Deepayan Chakrabarti, Dejan
Diklic, Vanja Josifovski, Mayssam Sayyadian:
Estimating rates of rare events at multiple resolutions. 16-25
- Charu C. Aggarwal, Philip S. Yu:
On string classification in data streams. 36-45
Aron Culotta, Michael Wick, Robert Hall, Matthew Marzilli, Andrew
Canonicalization of database records using adaptive similarity
Kaustav Das, Jeff G. Schneider:
Detecting anomalous records in categorical datasets. 220-229
- Gabriel Pui Cheong Fung, Jeffrey Xu Yu, Huan Liu, Philip S. Yu:
Time-dependent event hierarchy construction. 300-309
You can get the articles from
this link when
inside the TKK network (probably otherwise too).
Implement either the count-min data structure or
the k-means++ algorithm, design and perform some
in your view interesting experiments, and report
them in about 3-5 pages.
You can use a language of your own choice, but Matlab
is probably the easiest way to do this.
Include your source files + any required non-trivial
compilation instructions (preferably a makefile) in the report
separately as attachments.
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