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Developing a deeper understanding of the travel domain is helpful for presenting users with consistent and reliable information, and few sources of data are able to achieve that. Further, such information can serve as background knowledge for evaluating machine learning algorithms. In this paper, we present part of our work towards developing such...
We present a fast randomized least-squares solver for distributed-memory platforms. Our solver is based on the Blendenpik algorithm, but employs multiple random projection schemes to construct a sketch of the input matrix. These random projection sketching schemes, and in particular the use of the randomized Discrete Cosine Transform, enable our al...
We present a fast randomized least-squares solver for distributed-memory platforms. Our solver is based on the Blendenpik algorithm, but employs a batchwise randomized unitary transformation scheme. The batchwise transformation enables our algorithm to scale the distributed memory vanilla implementation of Blendenpik by up to ×3 and provides up to...
Existing ILP (Inductive Logic Programming) systems are implemented in different languages namely C, Progol, etc. Also, each system has its customized format for the input data. This makes it very tedious and time consuming on the part of a user to utilize such a system for experimental purposes as it demands a thorough understanding of that system...