Principles of Data Mining
By: Bramer, MaxSeries: Undergraduate Topics in Computer SciencePublisher: London, Reino Unido: Springer, 2016Edition: 3 edDescription: 530 p. DigitalSubject(s): DATA | MINING | CLASSIFICATION | ENTROPY | IIC20DDC classification: Online resources: ►►DOWNLOAD EBOOK / DESCARGAR LIBRO DIGITAL◄◄
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This book is designed to be suitable for an introductory course at either undergraduate or masters level. It can be used as a textbook for a taught unit in a degree programme on potentially any of a wide range of subjects including Computer Science, Business Studies, Marketing, Artiﬁcial Intelligence, Bioinformatics and Forensic Science. It is also suitable for use as a self-study book for those in technical or management positions who wish to gain an understanding of the subject that goes beyond the superﬁcial. It goes well beyond the generalities of many introductory books on Data Mining but—unlike many other books—you will not need a degree and/or considerable ﬂuency in Mathematics to understand it. Mathematics is a language in which it is possible to express very complex and sophisticated ideas. Unfortunately it is a language in which 99% of the human race is not ﬂuent, although many people have some basic knowledge of it from early experiences (not always pleasant ones) at school. The author is a former Mathematician who now prefers to communicate in plain English wherever possible and believes that a good example is worth a hundred mathematical symbols.