Lab Course - Data Mining Cup

The Data Mining Cup Lab is a labratory course given annually by the Human Language Technology and Pattern Recognition Group (Lehrstuhl für Informatik 6).

Since 2000 the Data-Mining-Cup is an annual event where students can compare their abilities in solving a real-life data mining task and win nice prices.

The aim of the lab course is to participate in the competition as successful as possible.

Current Data Mining Lab Courses

Currently there is no information regarding new Data Mining Lab Courses. Information regarding the next Data Mining Cup Lab, will likely be available here in February, March, or April 2009.

Overview

An overview of our DMC successes can be seen in the following figure: (Note: <phi-T> inspired us for this figure with their figure.)

Downloads

A C++ implementation of Logistic Model Trees written by dmclab08 students.

History

2004

The Data Mining Cup lab was first organised in 2004 by Thomas Deselaers and Daniel Keysers. In 2004, only 3 students participated and obtained the ranks 1, 3, and 5 out of 97 student submissions.

more information on DMClab 2004

2005

In 2005, DMClab was organised by Thomas Deselaers and Daniel Keysers, 9 students participated, one student from our Data-Mining-Cup lab won the Data-Mining-Cup 2005. All other students from the lab are among the top twenty from 147 submissions in total.

more information on DMClab 2005

2006

In 2006, DMClab was organised by Thomas Deselaers and Arne Mauser, 11 students participated.

more information on DMClab 2006

2007

In 2007, DMClab was organised by Thomas Deselaers and Arne Mauser, 9 students participated, 5 students are among the top 10 (1,2,4,5,7,8) from 230 students submission in total.

more information on DMClab 2007

2008

In 2008, DMClab was organised by Thomas Deselaers and Arne Mauser. 14 students participated and obtained ranks 1-8.

more information on our success in the Data Mining Cup 2008.

Publications related to the Data Mining Cup Activities

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