Multi-Relational Data Mining (Arno Jan Knobbe)

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Multi-Relational Data Mining (Arno Jan Knobbe)

The ability of businesses and institutions to obtain data more effectively and affordably in modern society has enhanced the importance of the topic of data mining.

This interest has given rise to a research area that is quickly developing, with advancements both theoretically and practically, thanks to the availability of a variety of commercial instruments. Unfortunately, a crucial premise in common Data Mining methodologies has prevented this technology from being widely applied.

These Data Mining technologies cannot be used in some crucial areas or necessitate extensive massaging and modifying of the data as a pre-processing step because of the assumption that all data is contained in, or can be made to exist in a single table. Due to this restriction, there has recently been increased interest in more advanced data mining paradigms that support structured data rather than the more conventional flat form. This book explores the various applications of data mining with a focus on the Multi-Relational Data Mining (MRDM) method of structured data mining.

Ebook Details

Published Date / Year
(August 1, 2006), eBook (Universiteit Utrecht, November 2004)
118 pages
eBook Format
PDF, 130 pages

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