His primary areas of study are Artificial intelligence, Machine learning, Information retrieval, Social media and World Wide Web. His research on Artificial intelligence often connects related topics like Pattern recognition. Many of his research projects under Machine learning are closely connected to Associative property and Rank with Associative property and Rank, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Wagner Meira interconnects Sentiment analysis, Cluster analysis, Estimation and Data science in the investigation of issues within Social media. His study in World Wide Web is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Information privacy and Internet privacy. His research in Task tackles topics such as Quality which are related to areas like Data mining.
His main research concerns Artificial intelligence, Data mining, Machine learning, The Internet and World Wide Web. His Artificial intelligence study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Task and Pattern recognition. His Data mining research integrates issues from Scalability and Cluster analysis.
As part of his studies on Machine learning, Wagner Meira often connects relevant areas like Document classification. Wagner Meira works mostly in the field of The Internet, limiting it down to concerns involving Server and, occasionally, Distributed computing. His World Wide Web research is mostly focused on the topic Social media.
His primary scientific interests are in Artificial intelligence, Machine learning, Internet privacy, Data science and Cloud computing. His Artificial intelligence study focuses on Artificial neural network in particular. His research on Machine learning focuses in particular on Support vector machine.
His studies in Internet privacy integrate themes in fields like Online video, Social media and Misinformation. His Data science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Scalability, Epidemiology, Point and Warning system. His research on Cloud computing also deals with topics like
His primary areas of study are Internet privacy, Artificial intelligence, Lexicon, Machine learning and Artificial neural network. The concepts of his Artificial intelligence study are interwoven with issues in Statistical hypothesis testing, Data mining and Pattern recognition. His Pattern recognition research includes themes of Document classification and Pairwise comparison.
His work deals with themes such as Word usage and Information retrieval, which intersect with Lexicon. His Machine learning research incorporates themes from Ensemble selection and Anomaly detection. In his work, Task, Deep neural networks, F1 score and Code is strongly intertwined with 12 lead ecg, which is a subfield of Artificial neural network.
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Data Mining and Analysis: Fundamental Concepts and Algorithms
Mohammed J. Zaki;Wagner Meira.
A hierarchical characterization of a live streaming media workload
Eveline Veloso;Virgílio Almeida;Wagner Meira;Azer Bestavros.
acm special interest group on data communication (2002)
Energy conservation in heterogeneous server clusters
Taliver Heath;Bruno Diniz;Enrique V. Carrera;Wagner Meira.
acm sigplan symposium on principles and practice of parallel programming (2005)
Watch me playing, i am a professional: a first study on video game live streaming
Mehdi Kaytoue;Arlei Silva;Loïc Cerf;Wagner Meira.
the web conference (2012)
Dengue surveillance based on a computational model of spatio-temporal locality of Twitter
Janaína Gomide;Adriano Veloso;Wagner Meira;Virgílio Almeida.
web science (2011)
Studying User Footprints in Different Online Social Networks
A. Malhotra;L. Totti;W. Meira;P. Kumaraguru.
advances in social networks analysis and mining (2012)
Lazy Associative Classification
A. Veloso;W. Meira;M.J. Zaki.
international conference on data mining (2006)
Characterizing a spam traffic
Luiz Henrique Gomes;Cristiano Cazita;Jussara M. Almeida;Virgílio Almeida.
internet measurement conference (2004)
Rank-preserving two-level caching for scalable search engines
Patricia Correia Saraiva;Edleno Silva de Moura;Nivio Ziviani;Wagner Meira.
international acm sigir conference on research and development in information retrieval (2001)
In search of invariants for e-business workloads
Daniel Menascé;Virgílio Almeida;Rudolf Riedi;Flávia Ribeiro.
electronic commerce (2000)
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