Part I. Fundamentals -- Large-Scale Clustering Algorithms -- On High Dimensional Search Space and Learning Methods.-Enhanced Over_Sampling Techniques for Imbalanced Big Data Set Classification -- Online Anomaly Detection in Big Data: The First Line of Defense Against Intruders -- Developing Modified Classifier for Big Data Paradigm: An Approach through Bio-Inspired Soft Computing -- Unified Framework for Control of Machine Learning Tasks Towards Effective and Efficient Processing of Big Data -- An Efficient Approach for Mining High Utility Itemsets over Data Streams -- Event Detection in Location-Based Social Networks -- Part II. Applications -- Using Computational Intelligence for the Safety Assessment of Oil and Gas Pipelines: A Survey -- Big Data for Effective Management of Smart Grids -- Distributed Machine Learning on Smart-Gateway Network Towards Real-Time Indoor Data Analytics -- Predicting Spatiotemporal Impacts of Weather on Power Systems using Big Data Science -- Index.
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