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178 Mon, 8/4/2014, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-104A
Applications with Data Mining — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistical Learning and Data Mining
Chair(s): Wei-Min Huang, Lehigh University   
10:50 AM Discriminant Coordinates for Multivariate Functional Data Lukasz Waszak, Adam Mickiewicz University ; Tomasz Gorecki, Adam Mickiewicz University ; Miroslaw Krzysko, Adam Mickiewicz University ; Waldemar Wolynski, Adam Mickiewicz University
11:05 AM Analysis of Spike Train Data: Classification and Bayesian Alignment David B. Hitchcock, University of South Carolina ; Wen Cheng, University of South Carolina ; Ian L. Dryden, University of Nottingham ; Huiling Le, University of Nottingham
11:20 AM A Bayesian Model for Dependent Functional Data Daniel Kowal, Cornell University ; David Scott Matteson, Cornell University ; David Ruppert, Cornell University
11:35 AM Regularized Additive Principal Components Xin Lu Tan, Wharton School ; Andreas Buja, Wharton School ; Zongming Ma, Wharton School
11:50 AM GAMSel: A Penalized Regression Approach to Model Selection for Generalized Additive Models Alexandra Chouldechova, Stanford University
12:05 PM Floor Discussion

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