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Syllabus: ISQS 6347, Spring 2014 Data & Text Mining

Mining Textual Data Using SAS® Text Miner for SAS®9, 328p (DMTM) Effective Web Mining: Attracting and Keeping Valued Cyber Consumers, 632p, SAS Course Notes, 2001 (CCWEB, for EM 4.3) Optional: Data Mining for Business Intelligence: Concepts, Techniques, and Applications in Microsoft

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Data Mining Tools for Exploring Big Data Robert Stine

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2014-3-9  We discuss standard data mining algorithms that can be applied on both structured and unstructured data and experience their impact on decision making situations. The students will actively participate in the delivery of this course through case and project presentations. INSTRUCTOR Periklis Andritsos TIME SPAN January to April 2014

Syllabus 6. Santa Clara University

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Han Xiao Teaching Rutgers University

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ISC4933/5935 Data Mining Fall Semester 2014

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Syllabus: ISQS 6347, Spring 2014 Data & Text Mining

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THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY Rutgers: Data

2014-9-8  mining and (2) to provide extensive hands-on experience in applying the concepts to real-world applications. The core topics to be covered in this course include classification, clustering, association analysis, and anomaly/novelty detection. This course consists of about 9/2/2014

INF 553: Foundations and Applications of Data Mining

INF 553: Foundations and Applications of Data Mining (Fall 2014) About This Course Data mining is a foundational piece of the data analytics skill set. At a high level, it allows the analyst to discover patterns in data, and transform it into a usable product. The course will teach data mining algorithms for analyzing very large data sets.

COURSE DESCRIPTION– Spring 2014

2014-3-9  We discuss standard data mining algorithms that can be applied on both structured and unstructured data and experience their impact on decision making situations. The students will actively participate in the delivery of this course through case and project presentations. INSTRUCTOR Periklis Andritsos TIME SPAN January to April 2014

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2020-1-23  Fall 2013 FSRM588: Financial Data Mining Syllabus Spring 2014 STAT565 : Applied Time Series Analysis Syllabus Spring 2014 FSRM565 : Financial Time Series Analysis Syllabus

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THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY Rutgers: Data

2014-9-8  mining and (2) to provide extensive hands-on experience in applying the concepts to real-world applications. The core topics to be covered in this course include classification, clustering, association analysis, and anomaly/novelty detection. This course consists of about 9/2/2014

INF 553: Foundations and Applications of Data Mining

INF 553: Foundations and Applications of Data Mining (Fall 2014) About This Course Data mining is a foundational piece of the data analytics skill set. At a high level, it allows the analyst to discover patterns in data, and transform it into a usable product. The course will teach data mining algorithms for analyzing very large data sets.

ISC4933/5935 Data Mining Fall Semester 2014

2016-9-18  ISC4933/5935 Data Mining Fall Semester 2014 Day / Time: MWF 09:05 AM 09:55 AM Location: DSL 0499 Instructor: Dr. Anke Meyer-Baese Email: [email protected] Office: Room 476 DSL Dirac Science Library Office Hours: 10:00 12:00 PM M or by appointment Phone: 644-3494 Textbook: Introduction to Data Mining, by P. N. Tan et al., Pearson, 2006.

COURSE DESCRIPTION– Spring 2014

2014-3-9  We discuss standard data mining algorithms that can be applied on both structured and unstructured data and experience their impact on decision making situations. The students will actively participate in the delivery of this course through case and project presentations. INSTRUCTOR Periklis Andritsos TIME SPAN January to April 2014

Syllabus CS433-CS533 Information Retrieval Spring 2014

2014-1-27  Syllabus CS433-CS533 Information Retrieval Spring 2014 Instructor Information Name : Weiyi Meng Web Data Mining: Exploring Hyperlinks, Contents, and Usage Data by B. Liu, Springer, Second Edition, 2011. 1/27/2014 9:43:40 AM

Han Xiao Teaching Rutgers University

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SSCI 582 Spatial Databases, Course Syllabus Spring 2014

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JNTUH B.Tech CSE (R18) & (R16) Syllabus Study Glance

Study Glance provides B.Tech CSE R18 & R16 Syllabus of different subjects of all Years and semisters., It includes B.Tech II Year-I sem, II Year-II sem, III Year-I sem, III-II sem (R18) syllabus of Computer Science & Engineering and B.Tech II Year-I sem, II Year-II sem, III Year-I sem, III-II sem, IV Year-I sem and IV-II sem (R18) syllabus of Computer Science & Engineering.