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MEX Vocabulary: A Light-Weight Interchange Format for Machine Learning Experiments

Over the last decades many machine learning experiments have been published, giving benefit to the scientific progress. In order to compare machine-learning experiment results with each other and collaborate positively, they need to be performed thoroughly on the same computing environment, using the same sample datasets and algorithm configurations. Besides this, practical experience shows that scientists and engineers tend to have large output data in their experiments, which is both difficult to analyze and archive properly without provenance metadata. However, the Linked Data community still misses a light-weight specification for interchanging machine-learning metadata over different architectures to achieve a higher level of interoperability. MEX provides a prompt method to describe experiments with a special focus on data provenance and fulfills the requirements for a long-term maintenance

Diego Esteves

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5 resources Diego Esteves
Diego Moussallem
Prof. Dr. Jens Lehmann
Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Hellmann
Tommaso Soru
1 resources Prof. Dr. Ricardo Usbeck
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