Rseslib is a library of rough set and machine learning data structures and algorithms implemented in Java. The library was started by Group of Logic at Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics, University of Warsaw.
This web site introduces to the newest version of the library: Rseslib 3. The first version of the library was implemented in C++. Rseslib 2 was the first version implemented in Java and it stands for the core of RSES 2.x. Rseslib 3 was entirely redesigned and all the methods available in this version were implemented from scratch, 30+ people have already contributed to its source code and it is still developing.
Rseslib 3 is assumed to provide:
- open source library of algorithms and computational models from rough set theory and machine learning in Java
- modular component-based architecture and easy-to-reuse data representations and methods used in rough sets and machine learning
Graphical tool allowing users to interact with machine learning models and visualizing classification process.
Simple Grid Manager
Client-server tool for running Rseslib experiments on many computers or cores. Tutorial on how to run computations in cluster can be found in Chapter 14 SGM: Computing many experiments on many computers/cores of Rseslib User Guide.
Projects using Rseslib
- TunedIT - system for automated evaluation, benchmarking and comparison of data mining and machine learning algorithms
- Debellor - framework for scalable data mining and machine learning with data streaming
- mahout-extensions - attribute selection extensions to Mahout, an extensible programming environment and framework for building scalable algorithms in machine learning
- DMEXL - data mining expression library facilitating development of concurrent data mining algorithms