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data set

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1. An electronic device that provides an interface in the transmission of data to a remote station.
2. A collection of related data records on a computer-readable medium, such as a disk.

data set

n
(Computer Science) computing another name for file17
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Processing time on the test dataset for classification of two-class and multiclass is quite short.
Additionally, if the data is released under a license that requires attribution, and the original dataset is cited, the researcher will receive credit for that citation.
In contrast with the related work, which analyzes only one dataset, we perform experiments with six different datasets (domains), we analyze which ML algorithms in combination with which data type (either R-R intervals or GSR) yields best performance across all six different dataset for arousal recognition, and we propose a novel stacking method for learning from all six different domains.
They evaluated the techniques and explored the recently concerned publically available dataset [4].
Attackers can discover the privacy information of users from the published dataset. For instance, the identities can be interred from the locations where people often visit over a period of time, even their home addresses or occupations.
Using Komodo Health's platform, the collaboration will enable Veradigm to provide a linked dataset containing a complete longitudinal view of nearly 50M deidentified patients to support life sciences companies as they investigate new ways to reduce disease burden.
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Today, most ML tasks use a technique called supervised learning: an algorithm learns patterns or behaviors from a labeled dataset. Millions of data samples are used in modern ML algorithms to achieve production quality accuracy.
The annual point prevalence for adult AD was 1.4% in the occupational screening, while in the claims dataset it was 3.7%.