Margaret Dunham offers the experienced data base professional or graduate level Computer Science student an introduction to the full spectrum of Data Mining concepts and algorithms. Using a database perspective throughout, Professor Dunham examines algorithms, data structures, data types, and complexity of algorithms and space. This text emphasizes the use of data mining concepts in real-world applications with large database components.KEY FEATURES:
- Covers advanced topics such as Web Mining and Spatial/Temporal mining
- Includes succinct coverage of Data Warehousing, OLAP, Multidimensional Data, and Preprocessing
- Provides case studies
- Offers clearly written algorithms to better understand techniques
- Includes a reference on how to use Prototypes and DM products
Table of contents
II. CORE TOPICS.
III. ADVANCED TOPICS.
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