Estimation of regression-based model with bulk noisy data

Chanintorn Jittawiriyanukoon


The bulk noise has been provoking a contributed data due to a communication network with a tremendously low signal to noise ratio. An appreciated method for revising massive noise of individuals through information theory is widely discussed. One of the practical applications of this approach for bulk noise estimation is analyzed using intelligent automation and machine learning tools, dealing the case of bulk noise existence or nonexistence. A regression-based model is employed for the investigation and experiment. Estimation for the practical case with bulk noisy datasets is proposed. The proposed method applies slice-and-dice technique to partition a body of datasets down into slighter portions so that it can be carried out. The average error, correlation, absolute error and mean square error are computed to validate the estimation. Results from massive online analysis will be verified with data collected in the following period. In many cases, the prediction with bulk noisy data through MOA simulation reveals Random Imputation minimizes the average error.


Bulk noise; Classification; Estimation; Noisy and missing data; Regression-based model; Mean Square Error;

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
p-ISSN 2088-8708, e-ISSN 2722-2578