CondorCKD – Implementing an algebraic knowledge discovery system in a functional programming language
We introduce CondorCKD, an implementation of a novel data mining algorithm using the lazy functional programming language Haskell. While functional programming languages are often considered to be applicable to “toy problems” only, we try to give prove that these languages can of course be used to tackle demanding real-world programming tasks, and that programmers can benefit from the advantages of functional languages without having to pay too high a price with regard to running time and memory consumption. We describe our experiences gained developing with Haskell, including implementation of a graphical user interface and a novel approach to compute the cycles of an undirected graph.
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