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While I was at the University of Nottingham, I took the opportunity to attend many lectures as they were free of charge of the PhD students while they were not compulsory.The subjects that I have attended are:
In the process of my PhD, I have developed some algorithms that I have used in my research. The algorithms can be used in the data classification and data mining projects. Especially, for classifying behaviour over time and measuring changes in behaviour. The algorithms are:
The proposed method for rule-based temporal classification has an advantage of classifying stocks according to a set of loosely defined rules presented by human experts without the need for a training data set. Temporal RuleBased Classification
Calculate Change Overtime is to measure behaviour differences of items between time points requires three steps: The first step is to address time points, the second step is grouping similar behaviour and the last step is to find and measure the amount of differences between these time points. These steps will be addressed in the following paragraphs, and will be implemented and tested on the data in the next chapter.
Stock Price Download code is written in R language reads historical stock market prices from free sources namely google and yahoo. It fetches historical temporal data between two dates for selected vector of stock symbols (tickers) and return it as data.frame.
Stock Market Classification uses the Temporal RuleBased Classification algorithm, this code classifies stocks according to a set of loosely defined rules presented by human experts without the need for a training data set. The classification is done on the basis of the stock price change over time. The data which has been classified is collected by using Temporal RuleBased Classification algorithm.
The certificate of my PhD is available here.
I have worked under the supervision of two of the most experienced researchers in the field of data mining and machine learning. I have also worked with a number of researchers in the field of artificial intelligence. My direct supervisor is Dr Uwe Aickelin and my co-supervisor is Dr Christian Wagner.