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Data Mining: Pt.5

Data Mining: Pt.5 (Hardback)

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Yielding substantial knowledge from data primarily gathered for a wide range of quite different applications, data mining is a promising and relatively new area of current research and development. Financial institutions have derived considerable benefits from its application while other industries and disciplines are now applying the methodology to increasing effect. This book features papers from the Fifth International Conference on Data Mining, Text Mining and Their Business Applications. Sharing state-of-the-art results and practical development experiences, these allow researchers and applications developers from a variety of areas to learn about the many different applications of data mining and how the techniques can help in their own field. The volume features contributions on: DATA PREPARATION - Data Selection; Preprocessing; Transformation. TECHNIQUES - Neural Networks; Decision Trees; Genetic Algorithms; Information Extraction; Clustering; Categorization.S

PECIAL APPLICATIONS - Customer Relationship Management; Competitive Intelligence; Virtual Communities; National Security; Applications in Science and Engineering, Business, Industry and Government, and Health and Medicine.

Computing & ITDatabasesData capture & analysis Publisher: WIT Press Publication Date: 08/09/2004 ISBN-13: 9781853127298  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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