Data analysis; Knowledge discovery from data; Pattern discovery
Data miningis the process of discovering knowledge or patterns from massive amounts of data. As a young research field, data mining represents the confluence of a number of research fields, including database systems, machine learning, statistics, pattern recognition, high-performance computing, and specific application fields, such as WWW, multimedia, and bioinformatics, with broad applications. As an interdisciplinary field, data mining has several major research themes based on its mining tasks, including pattern-mining and analysis, classification and predictive modeling, cluster and outlier analysis, and multidimensional (OLAP) analysis. Data mining can also be categorized based on the kinds of data to be analyzed, such as multi-relational data mining, text mining, stream mining, web mining, multimedia (or image, video) mining, spatiotemporal data mining, information network analysis, biological...
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