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Amazon.com & IEEE MLSP 2012 supported Data competition
Posted: Feb 15, 2012 8:00 AM
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http://mlsp2012.conwiz.dk/

https://sites.google.com/site/amazonaccessdatacompetition/

Competition supported by Amazon.com

Goal:   The goal is to select/design a classifier (and any
pre-processing systems, including a feature extractor) that correctly
classifies a pair of an employee and a resource (a resource can be a
computer, a data base, or a data portal etc) into one of two classes:
access or non-access. The winner will be the submission that minimize
the number of manual access grant/removal operations in the future
testing data.

Eligibility:    Members of the 2012 MLSP Competition Committee (and
everyone belonging to any of the labs of the 2012 MLSP Competition
Committee) and employees of Amazon are not eligible for this award.

Registration:   Registration is not required. However, if you wish to
receive important updates on the competition by email then please send
a request to the address provided on the web page.

Deadline:       Submissions must be emailed to the email address
provided at the web page no later than one week after the main
conference paper submission deadline, i.e. by May 14, 2012.

Awards:         Up to three newest Kindle Fire tablet computers from
Amazon will be awarded as prizes. Amazon will support and invite the
winners to present their results at Amazon's new SLU headquarter in
Seattle, USA.

Data and more details:  Available on the competition page.



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