Vito D'Orazio is an Assistant Professor of Political Science. His research interests "are at the intersection of conflict studies and computational methods." This includes:
- The Causes of Militarized Conflict
- Peacekeeping and Other Forms of Military Cooperation
- Conflict Forecasting
- Machine Learning Algorithms
- Methods for the Content Analysis of News Reports
- Social Measurement
- Data Privacy
- Software Development
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(Association for Computing Machinery, 2019-03)Automated Machine Learning (AutoML) systems are emerging that automatically search for possible solutions from a large space of possible kinds of models. Although fully automated machine learning is appropriate for many ...
Event data contains information for descriptive, predictive and inferential statistical analysis of political and social actions. The varied formats and large size of event datasets present considerable difficulties for ...