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Role of Text Mining in Business Intelligence

@inproceedings{Jyoti2012RoleOT,
  title={Role of Text Mining in Business Intelligence},
  author={Gian Jyoti and Palak Gupta and Barkha Narang},
  year={2012}
}
This paper includes the combined study of business intelligence and text mining of uncertain data. The data that is used in current business domains is not precise, accurate and complete. Instead, data is considered uncertain and therefore this uncertainty is propagated to the results produced by Business Intelligence (BI). Till now, websites most often used text-based searches, which only found documents containing specific user-defined words or phrases. Through use of a semantic web, text… 

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