Harnessing the Human in Knowledge Discovery

@inproceedings{Grinstein1996HarnessingTH,
  title={Harnessing the Human in Knowledge Discovery},
  author={Georges G. Grinstein},
  booktitle={KDD},
  year={1996}
}
Knowledge, the primary goal of data analysis and exploration, is most often discovered by generating information (structure) from data, and then abstracting non-trivial patterns (rules or associations for example) from the information. The discovery process can be done using numerous means that share the same goal: visualization, data mining, statistics, neural networks, or mathematical modeling and simulation [2]. 

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