Tuesday 16th June, 2015
4:00pm to 4:30pm
Streaming algorithms are becoming extremely important as people push more and more to real-time processing. Some of these algorithms are reasonably well known like k-min counters or hyper log log. There are other newer important algorithms available, however, like t-digest and streaming k-means. I will survey these and other algorithms in an approachable, but sound presentation on the most important algorithms of this kind. I will pay particular attention to the newer algorithms including t-digest which allows extremely accurate quantile computation, streaming k-means which allows accurate clustering with exactly one pass over the data and (nearly bounded storage), and truly real-time collaborative filtering.
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