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Development of a Data Mining Subsystem for the Citeck Electronic Document Management System

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An urgent task in the implementation of electronic document management systems (EDMS) is an expansion of their functionality through personalization and taking into account the individual characteristics of the organization. The article deals with the development of a data mining subsystem using machine learning methods. As part of the study, the principles of formalizing the processes of processing incoming correspondence and organizational and administrative documents, methods of collecting and analyzing data on the work of users with various types of documents through the use of artificial neural networks, and a comprehensive assessment of improving the efficiency of the EDMS of an educational organization were studied. The scientific novelty of the research lies in the development of an algorithm and software for automating the collection and analysis of data through the use of neural networks in the EDMS. The main scientific results include formalized criteria for documents and stages of their development, the algorithm of the mining subsystem, and the developed software for the EDMS of the Lyceum №22 “Hope of Siberia”, Novosibirsk, Russia. The obtained results enabled to identify the types of documents and the stages of their development that are most demanding on the resources necessary for their implementation, which can later be used to find ways to optimally organize work on the preparation of documents of various types.

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Istratova, E., Sin, D. (2022). Development of a Data Mining Subsystem for the Citeck Electronic Document Management System. In: Pattnaik, P.K., Sain, M., Al-Absi, A.A. (eds) Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Smart Computing and Cyber Security. SMARTCYBER 2021. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 395. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-9480-6_33

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