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Comments (2)
I recently, in fact just today, read an article in CACM about the Sequence Memoizer. It focuses in Markov and Bayesian apporaches to the analysis of sequences of data. It occurs to me that this is the kind of approach that can make Business Intelligence more "honest." I wonder if you have seen the approach described in the article and whether you have any comments about it.
Posted by Tom K | Wednesday, February 02 2011 at 10:23AM ET
I haven't seen SM but will be sure to look it up. Bayes is a learning pardigm, certainly a plus for BI.
Posted by steve m | Monday, February 07 2011 at 5:36PM ET
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