Data for Evaluating
Note: The Delve project is in abeyance at the moment, and the software and archive here are not actively maintained. It appears that the software does not work with the most recent versions of tcl. A new version of the Delve software has been mostly written (in C this time), but requires more testing before it is released. This may happen by the end of the summer in 2003.
Delve is a standardised environment designed to evaluate the performance of methods that learn relationships based primarily on empirical data. Delve makes it possible for users to compare their learning methods with other methods on many datasets. The Delve learning methods and evaluation procedures are well documented, such that meaningful comparisons can be made.
Delve is evolving: we encourage you to submit datasets and new learning methods to the delve archive.Delve consists of:
There is a electronic mailing list for users of delve; to join the list, send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Send any comments on Delve to email@example.com.
You can visit the home pages of the members of the Delve development group, or view acknowledgements.
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