SolEuNet: Selected Data Mining Techniques and Applications
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Data mining is concerned with the discovery of interesting patterns and models in data. In practice, data mining has become an established technology with applications in a wide range of areas that include marketing, health care, finance, environmental planning, up to applications in e-commerce and e-science. This paper presents selected data mining techniques and applications developed in the course of the SolEuNet 5FP IST project Data Mining and Decision Support for Business Competitiveness: A European Virtual Enterprise (2000–2003).
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