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Data mining tasks results are usually improved by reducing the dimensionality of data. This improvement however is achieved harder in the case that data lay on a non linear manifold and are distributed across network nodes. Although numerous algorithms for distributed dimensionality reduction have been proposed, all assume that data reside in a linear space.
In order to address the non-linear case, we introduce D-Isomap, a novel distributed non linear dimensionality reduction algorithm, particularly applicable in large scale, structured peer-to-peer networks. Apart from unfolding a non linear manifold, our algorithm is capable of approximate reconstruction of the global dataset at peer level a very attractive feature for distributed data mining problems.
The obtained results show the suitability and viability of our approach for knowledge discovery in distributed environments.
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Information is distributed among network nodes, making the cost of centralizing and processing data prohibitive. Consequently, distributed data mining DDM has emerged as a highly challenging task. Dimensionality reduction DR is an important step of data mining as high dimensional data lead to the degradation of query processing performance, a phenomenon known as the curse of dimensionality .
DR is then required in order to decrease the number of dimensions and reveal potentially interesting structures in data. A prominent such application is knowledge discovery from text collections distributed in a P2P network.
Latest theoretical and experimental evidence point out that documents lay on a non linear high dimensional manifold ,. Although numerous DDR algorithms have been proposed, all assume that data lay on a linear space.
To this end, we introduce Distributed Isomap D-Isomap. The contribution of this work is manifold.
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In section 2, we provide a review of the Isomap and DDR families of algorithms. Furthermore, we provide a cost model that assesses the computational and network resources required for the embedding of a dataset in a low dimensional space with D-Isomap. Finally, in section 4, we demonstrate the non linear nature of our approach through extensive experiments on well known non linear manifolds and justify its applicability in mining document collections distributed in P2P networks.
On the other hand, non linear methods assume that such linearity does not exist and operate on small fractions of the high dimensional manifold that can be perceived as locally linear. Due to space limitations, in the remaining of this section, we focus on the Isomap algorithm and its variations while in the end we provide a short overview of prominent DDR methods and motivate the need for a distributed NLDR approach.
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Edges are weighted according to the Euclidean distance of the points connecting. Global pairwise distances are calculated based on the shortest paths between all points geodesic distances. The low dimensional mapping is derived by applying classic metric multidimensional scaling  MDS on the geodesic distance matrix.
In such cases the algorithm operates on the largest connected component and discards the rest. A solution is provided by 16 P.
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Valsamou Incremental Isomap  I-Isomap which guarantees the construction of a fully connected graph and is able to update the embedding when data is inserted or deleted.
DDR algorithms assume data distributed across a set of nodes and the existence of some kind of network organization scheme. The simplest case, where organization exists by construction, are structured P2P networks. Examples include Chord  and CAN .
In unstructured networks, the organization may be induced by means of physical topology i. In both cases however, a node undertakes all computations that have to be done centrally.
The most prominent approaches in the area are adaptations of PCA , , . Two distributed alternatives of Fastmap  have also been proposed, but their application relies heavily on the synchronization of the network elements thus can only be applied in controllable laboratory environments.