Data streams are ubiquitous and related to the proliferation of low-cost mobile devices, sensors, wireless networks and the Internet of Things. While it is well known that complex phenomena are not stationary and exhibit a concept drift when observed for a sufficiently long time, relatively few studies have addressed the related problem of feature drift. In this paper, a variation of the QuickReduct algorithm suitable to process data streams is proposed and tested: it builds an evolving reduct that dynamically selects the relevant features in the stream, removing the redundant ones and adding the newly relevant ones as soon as they become such. Tests on five publicly available datasets with an artificially injected drift have confirmed the effectiveness of the proposed method.

Adaptive quick reduct for feature drift detection

Ferone A.;Maratea A.
2021

Abstract

Data streams are ubiquitous and related to the proliferation of low-cost mobile devices, sensors, wireless networks and the Internet of Things. While it is well known that complex phenomena are not stationary and exhibit a concept drift when observed for a sufficiently long time, relatively few studies have addressed the related problem of feature drift. In this paper, a variation of the QuickReduct algorithm suitable to process data streams is proposed and tested: it builds an evolving reduct that dynamically selects the relevant features in the stream, removing the redundant ones and adding the newly relevant ones as soon as they become such. Tests on five publicly available datasets with an artificially injected drift have confirmed the effectiveness of the proposed method.
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