A Historical Context for Data Streams

18 Oct 2023  ·  Indre Zliobaite, Jesse Read ·

Machine learning from data streams is an active and growing research area. Research on learning from streaming data typically makes strict assumptions linked to computational resource constraints, including requirements for stream mining algorithms to inspect each instance not more than once and be ready to give a prediction at any time. Here we review the historical context of data streams research placing the common assumptions used in machine learning over data streams in their historical context.

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