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Machine Learning and Data Mining; Methods and Applications

  title={Machine Learning and Data Mining; Methods and Applications},
  author={R. Michalski and I. Bratko and Avan Bratko},
From the Publisher: Master the new computational tools to get the most out of your information system. This practical guide, the first to clearly outline the situation for the benefit of engineers and scientists, provides a straightforward introduction to basic machine learning and data mining methods, covering the analysis of numerical, text, and sound data. 

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