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A Perspective of Missing Value Imputation Approaches

  • Wajeeha Rashid
  • Manoj Kumar GuptaEmail author
Conference paper
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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1086)

Abstract

A massive amount of data is emerging continuously in the era of big data; the missing value is a common yet challenging problem. Missing data or missing value can be described as the data whose values in any given dataset are unknown. It is a recurrent phenomenon and can give biased results from the data to be observed and affect the value of the learning process. Therefore, it is mandatory to use missing value imputation techniques. Missing value imputation provides (MVI) optimal solutions for missing values in a dataset. There are diverse missing value imputation techniques such as statistical method and machine learning methods proposed till date, each having their own significances and flaws. Reasonably, good imputation results may be produced by machine learning MVI approaches but they take greater imputation times than statistical approaches usually. In this paper, we have reviewed some of the missing value imputation approaches proposed. In order to show the efficiency of their proposed approaches, they had compared their proposed methods with some baseline imputation algorithms like mode/median, k-nearest neighbor, Naive Bayes, support vector machine. The outcome of each proposed method is analyzed and their extension scopes from the perspectives of research focus. The main idea of this literature is to give a general review of missing value imputation approaches.

Keywords

Big data Missing data Missing data imputation Data mining Machine learning MCAR MAR MNAR 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Computer Science and EngineeringShri Mata Vaishno Devi UniversityKatraIndia

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