Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery: An Analytical Investigation

@inproceedings{BenZvi2007DataMA,
  title={Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery: An Analytical Investigation},
  author={Tal Ben-Zvi and Israel Spiegler},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2007}
}
In recent years, the exponentially growing amount of data made traditional data analysis methods impractical. Knowledge discovery in databases (KDD) provides a framework for alternative methods that address this problem. In this research we follow the KDD process, develop a mathematical model of transforming data and information into knowledge and create a clustering data mining algorithm. To that end, we employ ideas from related, applicable fields (e.g., Operations Research, Inventory… CONTINUE READING
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