Ensemble Clustering based Semi-supervised Learning for Revenue Accounting Workflow Management

Tianshu Yang, Nicolas Pasquier, Frederic Precioso


We present a semi-supervised ensemble clustering framework for identifying relevant multi-level clusters, regarding application objectives, in large datasets and mapping them to application classes for predicting the class of new instances. This framework extends the MultiCons closed sets based multiple consensus clustering approach but can easily be adapted to other ensemble clustering approaches. It was developed to optimize the Amadeus Revenue Management application. Revenue Accounting in travel industry is a complex task when travels include several transportations, with associated services, performed by distinct operators and on geographical areas with different taxes and currencies for example. Preliminary results show the relevance of the proposed approach for the automation of Amadeus Revenue Management workflow anomaly corrections.


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