Granularity analysis of classification and estimation for complex datasets with MOA

Chanintorn Jittawiriyanukoon


Dispersed and unstructured datasets are substantial parameters to realize an exact amount of the required space. Depending upon the size and the data distribution, especially, if the classes are significantly associating, the level of granularity to agree a precise classification of the datasets exceeds. The data complexity is one of the major attributes to govern the proper value of the granularity, as it has a direct impact on the performance. Dataset classification exhibits the vital step in complex data analytics and designs to ensure that dataset is prompt to be efficiently scrutinized. Data collections are always causing missing, noisy and out-of-the-range values. Data analytics which has not been wisely classified for problems as such can induce unreliable outcomes. Hence, classifications for complex data sources help comfort the accuracy of gathered datasets by machine learning algorithms. Dataset complexity and pre-processing time reflect the effectiveness of individual algorithm. Once the complexity of datasets is characterized then comparatively simpler datasets can further investigate with parallelism approach. Speedup performance is measured by the execution of MOA simulation. Our proposed classification approach outperforms and improves granularity level of complex datasets.


big data curation; classification; estimation; granularity level; MOA; parallel processing, regression based machine learning;

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