Knowledge discovery and data mining: challenges and realities

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Information Science Reference, 2007 - Computers - 274 pages
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Knowledge discovery and data mining (KDD) is dedicated to exploring meaningful information from a large volume of data. Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining: Challenges and Realities is the most comprehensive reference publication for researchers and real-world data mining practitioners to advance knowledge discovery from low-quality data. This Premier Reference Source presents in-depth experiences and methodologies, providing theoretical and empirical guidance to users who have suffered from underlying, low-quality data. International experts in the field of data mining have contributed all-inclusive chapters focusing on interdisciplinary collaborations among data quality, data processing, data mining, data privacy, and data sharing.

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After graduating in Classics from Cambridge, Ian Davidson worked for the Financial Times for many years as their Paris correspondent and chief foreign affairs columnist. he is also the author of Voltaire (Pegasus) and Voltaire in Exile (Grove). Ian lives in England.

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