GUI Ant-Miner is a tool for extracting classification rules from data. It
is an updated version of a data mining algorithm called Ant-Miner (Ant
Colony-based Data Miner), which was proposed in 2002 by Parpinelli, Lopes and Freitas. GUI Ant-Miner differs from the original algorithm as follows: has a friendly graphical user interface, makes possible the use of ant populations within the Ant Colony Optimization (ACO) concept, data input file is standardized with the well-known Weka system, and runs on virtually any operating system since it is written in Java.
Aim of the software:
This software is freely available for research and teaching (not
Developed in Java.
For further information concerning Ant-Miner and principles involved with
it, please refer to: Parpinelli, R.S., Lopes, H.S., Freitas, A.A. "Data
mining with an ant colony optimization algorithm". IEEE Transactions on
Evolutionary Computation, special issue on Ant Colony Algorithms, v. 6, n. 4, p. 321-332, August, 2002.
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