Published on Fri May 25 2018

Futuristic Classification with Dynamic Reference Frame Strategy

Kumarjit Pathak, Jitin Kapila, Aasheesh Barvey

This Paper address a lacuna of creating some time window before the prediction actually happen to enable organizations some space to act on the prediction. New concept of reference frame creation is introduced to solve this problem.

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Abstract

Classification is one of the widely used analytical techniques in data science domain across different business to associate a pattern which contribute to the occurrence of certain event which is predicted with some likelihood. This Paper address a lacuna of creating some time window before the prediction actually happen to enable organizations some space to act on the prediction. There are some really good state of the art machine learning techniques to optimally identify the possible churners in either customer base or employee base, similarly for fault prediction too if the prediction does not come with some buffer time to act on the fault it is very difficult to provide a seamless experience to the user. New concept of reference frame creation is introduced to solve this problem in this paper

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