Parallelism in Knowledge Discovery Techniques

@inproceedings{Talia2002ParallelismIK,
  title={Parallelism in Knowledge Discovery Techniques},
  author={Domenico Talia},
  booktitle={PARA},
  year={2002}
}
Knowledge discovery in databases or data mining is the semiautomated analysis of large volumes of data, looking for the relationships and knowledge that are implicit in large volumes of data and are ’interesting’ in the sense of impacting an organization’s practice. Data mining and knowledge discovery on large amounts of data can benefit of the use of parallel computers both to improve performance and quality of data selection. This paper presents and discusses different forms of parallelism… CONTINUE READING

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