Data Mining in Biomedicine: Current Applications and Further Directions for Research

  title={Data Mining in Biomedicine: Current Applications and Further Directions for Research},
  author={Jacky S. L. Ting and C. C. Shum and S. K. Kwok and Albert H. C. Tsang and W. B. Lee},
Data mining is the process of finding the patterns, associations or relationships among data using different analytical techniques involving the creation of a model and the concluded result will become useful information or knowledge. The advancement of the new medical deceives and the database management systems create a huge number of databases in the biomedicine world. Establishing a methodology for knowledge discovery and management of the large amounts of heterogeneous data has become a… CONTINUE READING
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