A Novel Framework for Aggloramative Performance of Quantifiability Learning

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Volume-4 Issue-10                      
Year of Publication : 2013
Authors : N.R.Hareesh , Karuna Arava


N.R.Hareesh , Karuna Arava. "A Novel Framework for Aggloramative Performance of Quantifiability Learning". International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT). V4(10):4400-4403 Oct 2013. ISSN:2231-5381. www.ijettjournal.org. published by seventh sense research group.


There is more scalability of individual in present social media. If we want to know similar behaviour of the individuals in the social media that study is known as collective behaviour study. This is more complexity that the information of a individual over more scalability of the social media. So we introduced a process to retrieve the behaviour of an individual and it includes incremental clustering and the naives Bayesian classification on the social media for retrieving the information. It gives good results on social media data and makes computational operations easier and easily comparative to the information of an individual.


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