DBMiner: A System for Data Mining in Relational Databases by Han J., Chiang J.Y., Chee S.
By Han J., Chiang J.Y., Chee S.
A knowledge mining approach, DBMiner, has been built for interactive mining of multiple-level wisdom in huge relational databases and knowledge warehouses. The process implements a large spectrum of knowledge mining services, together with characterization, comparability, organization, category, prediction, and clustering. by means of incorporating numerous attention-grabbing facts mining options, together with OLAP and attribute-oriented induction, statistical research, revolutionary deepening for mining multiple-level wisdom, and meta-rule guided mining, the procedure presents a ordinary, interactive facts mining atmosphere with sturdy functionality.
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