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HIVE-COTE: The Hierarchical Vote Collective of Transformation-based Ensembles for Time Series Classification

The paper " HIVE-COTE: The Hierarchical Vote Collective of Transformation-based Ensembles for Time Series Classification" by Jason Lines, Sarah Taylor and Anthony Bagnall has been accepted for publication in The IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM) 2016. ICDM is one of two premier research conferences in data mining and has an acceptance rate of less than 20%

UEA research enables enhancement of TV pictures for colour-blind viewers

One in twelve men and one in two hundred women suffer from colour blindness, and tomorrow (Tuesday 6 September) is Colour Blind Awareness Day. NGO Colour Blind Awareness is aiming to raise the profile of the condition by asking people with colour blindness to tweet #Iam1in12 or #Iam1in 200. Colour blindness can make certain aspects of everyday life more challenging – but Cambridge-based company Spectral Edge has developed a system, called Eyeteq , that enhances images...

Paper accepted for Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery

The paper “The Great Time Series Classification Bake Off: a Review and Experimental Evaluation of Recent Algorithmic Advances”, by Tony Bagnall, Jason Lines, Aaron Bostrom, James Large and Eamonn Keogh (UCR) has been accepted for publication in Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, the premier journal for data mining research. The paper describes one of the most extensive experimental evaluation of algorithms ever conducted in Machine Learning. We compared 18 recently proposed algorithms for...

Good things come in small packages: microRNA 2016 workshop

“microRNA Workshop 2016” hosted by Earlham Institute to train early-career bioinformaticians from across the globe how to analyse small RNA data generated by next generation sequencing for both animal and plant research. The course, led by Dr.Matthew Stocks (CMP,UEA) and Dr. Simon Moxon (EI) studied the initial preparation of small RNA (sRNA) data including quality control and normalisation of genome samples. For more information, visit: ...

CAS Scratch off 2016

Here come the girls: CAS SCRATCH OFF 2016. This year’s CAS Scratch Off programming competition was held on Thursday 23rd June at the UEA in Norwich. Participants came from far and wide to enter either the primary or lower secondary age group competitions. Primary schools represented were Talcolneston, Colman Junior, Bancroft’s Prep, Aldborough, Taverham Hall, Little Melton, Town Close, Newton Flotman, Gunton Academy, Creeting St Mary and East Harling. Secondary schools represented were...