US Census Data (1990) Data Set
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Zhiyuan Chen and Johannes Gehrke and Flip Korn. Query Optimization In Compressed Database Systems. SIGMOD Conference. 2001.
are not compressed. TPC-H data contains 8 tables and 61 attributes, 23 of which are string-valued. The string attributes account for about 60% of the total database size. We also used a 4MB of dataset with US census data, the adult data set  for experiments on compression strategies. The adult dataset contains a single table with 14 attributes, 8 of them string-valued, accounting for about 80%
Chris Giannella and Bassem Sayrafi. An Information Theoretic Histogram for Single Dimensional Selectivity Estimation. Department of Computer Science, Indiana University Bloomington.
there). We use the age column of the training dataset. The dataset was extracted from 1994 US census data. The shuttle2 dataset was downloaded from the "Esprit Project 5170 StatLog" archive ("Shuttle" heading): www.liacc.up.pt/ML/. It represents data
David R. Musicant and Alexander Feinberg. Active Set Support Vector Regression.
attributes. We implemented the "cpu prototask", which involves using 21 of these attributes to predict what fraction of a CPU's processing time is devoted to a specific mode ("user mode"). The third dataset, Census 30k, is a version of the US Census Bureau "Adult" dataset, which is publicly available from Silicon Graphics' website . This "Adult" dataset contains nearly 300,000 data points with 11
David R. Musicant. DATA MINING VIA MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING AND MACHINE LEARNING. Doctor of Philosophy (Computer Sciences) UNIVERSITY.
were used for testing the methods. The first dataset, Census, is a version of the US Census Bureau "Adult" dataset, which is publicly available from Silicon Graphics' website . This dataset contains nearly 300,000 data points with 11 numeric