Application of Data Mining Techniques to a Selected Business Organisation with Special Reference to Buying Behaviour

  title={Application of Data Mining Techniques to a Selected Business Organisation with Special Reference to Buying Behaviour},
  author={Tejaswini Hilage and R. V. Kulkarni},
Data mining is a new concept & an exploration and analysis of large data sets, in order to discover meaningful patterns and rules. Many organizations are now using the data mining techniques to find out meaningful patterns from the database. The present paper studies how data mining techniques can be apply to the large database. These data mining techniques give certain behavioral pattern from the database. The results which come after analysis of the database are useful for organization. This… 
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