Ensemble ﬁltering techniques ﬁlter noisy instances by combining the predictions of multiple base models, each of which is learned using a traditional algorithm. However, in the last decade, due to the massive increase in the amount of online streaming data, ensemble ﬁltering methods, which largely operate in batch mode and requires multiple passes over the data, cause time and storage complexities. In this paper, we present an ensemble bootstrap model ﬁltering technique with multiple inductive learning algorithms on several small Poisson bootstrapped samples of online data to ﬁlter noisy instances. We analyze three prior ﬁltering techniques using Bayesian computational analysis to understand the underlying distribution of the model space. We implement our and other prior ﬁltering approaches and show that our approach is more accurate than other prior ﬁltering methods.
Satyanarayana, Ashwin, and Rosemary Chinchilla. "Ensemble Noise Filtering for Streaming Data Using Poisson Bootstrap Model Filtering." In Information Technology: New Generations, pp. 869-879. Springer International Publishing, 2016.