Knowledge Management: A Text Mining Approach

  title={Knowledge Management: A Text Mining Approach},
  author={Ronen Feldman and Moshe Fresko and Haym Hirsh and Yonatan Aumann and Orly Liphstat and Jonathan Schler and Martin Rajman},
Knowledge Discovery in Databases (KDD), also known as data mining, focuses on the computerized exploration of large amounts of data and on the discovery of interesting patterns within them. While most work on KDD has been concerned with structured databases, there has been littl e work on handling the huge amount of information that is available only in unstructured textual form. Given a collection of text documents, most approaches to text mining perform knowledge-discovery operations on… CONTINUE READING
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