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Data mining and its application and usage in medicine

Data mining and its application and usage in medicine

Data mining and its application and usage in medicine. By Radhika. Data Mining and Medicine. History Past 20 years with relational databases More dimensions to database queries earliest and most successful area of data mining Mid 1800s in London hit by infectious disease Two theories

By erika
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Decision tree

Decision tree

Decision tree. LING 572 Fei Xia 1/10/06. Outline. Basic concepts Main issues Advanced topics. Basic concepts. A classification problem. Classification and estimation problems. Given a finite set of (input) attributes: features Ex: District, House type, Income, Previous customer

By Thomas
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Security Attribute Evaluation Method: A Cost Benefit Analysis

Security Attribute Evaluation Method: A Cost Benefit Analysis

Security Attribute Evaluation Method: A Cost Benefit Analysis. Shawn A. Butler Computer Science Department Carnegie Mellon University 9 November 2001. M. S. We always seem to need more security! Don’t we have enough?.

By Audrey
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Case Based Reasoning

Case Based Reasoning

Case Based Reasoning . Lecture 6: CBR Acquisition, Testing and Maintenance of Case-Bases . Outline. Knowledge Containers Knowledge Acquisition Testing Maintenance Reading. CBR Knowledge Containers. Representation Language representation of cases

By ricky
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Introduction to Classes

Introduction to Classes

Introduction to Classes. Motivation Class Components Instance Variables Constructors The Student Class Exercises. Motivation: The Problem. Primitive Data types and Strings are not enough to write useful real-life programs. Example of some real life problems:

By nike
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Sphinx

Sphinx

Sphinx. High-performance full-text search for MySQL Andrew Aksyonoff, shodan@shodan.ru Peter Zaitsev, pz@percona.com. What’s Sphinx?. FOSS full-text search engine Specially designed for indexing databases Integrates well with MySQL Provides greatly improved full-text search

By lynde
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Compiler course

Compiler course

Compiler course. Chapter 5 Syntax Directed Translation. Outline. Syntax Directed Definitions Evaluation Orders of SDD’s Applications of Syntax Directed Translation Syntax Directed Translation Schemes. Introduction.

By gamba
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Decision Tree Learning

Decision Tree Learning

Decision Tree Learning. Machine Learning, T. Mitchell Chapter 3. Decision Trees. One of the most widely used and practical methods for inductive inference Approximates discrete-valued functions (including disjunctions) Can be used for classification (most common) or regression problems.

By shana
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Indexing and Searching

Indexing and Searching

Indexing and Searching. J. H. Wang Feb. 20, 2008. Text. User Interface. 4, 10. user need. Text. Text Operations. 6, 7. logical view. logical view. Query Operations. DB Manager Module. Indexing. user feedback. 5. 8. inverted file. query. Searching. Index. 8.

By mikasi
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Chapter 9

Chapter 9

Chapter 9. Database Management Systems. Objectives for Chapter 9. Operational problems inherent in the flat file approach to data management that gave rise to the database concept The relationships among the defining elements of the database environment

By wyman
(132 views)

Sphinx

Sphinx

Sphinx. High-performance full-text search for MySQL Andrew Aksyonoff, shodan@shodan.ru Peter Zaitsev, pz@percona.com. What’s Sphinx?. FOSS full-text search engine Specially designed for indexing databases Integrates well with MySQL Provides greatly improved full-text search

By lan
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Ch. 6– Routing Theory – Part 2 CCNA Semester 2 Originally by Rick Graziani, Instructor Modified by Prof. Yousif

Ch. 6– Routing Theory – Part 2 CCNA Semester 2 Originally by Rick Graziani, Instructor Modified by Prof. Yousif

Ch. 6– Routing Theory – Part 2 CCNA Semester 2 Originally by Rick Graziani, Instructor Modified by Prof. Yousif. Ch. 6 Routing - Part II. Routing Theory and. The success of dynamic routing depends on two basic router functions: 1. maintenance of a routing table

By cameo
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NoSQL DBs

NoSQL DBs

NoSQL DBs. What are the positives of relational DBs?. Relational Positives. Historical positives of RDBMS: Can represent relationships in data Easy to understand relational model/SQL Disk-oriented storage I ndexing structures Consistent values in DB - transactions.

By mirabel
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Persistent Management of Distributed Data Reagan W. Moore University of California, San Diego San Diego Supercomputer Ce

Persistent Management of Distributed Data Reagan W. Moore University of California, San Diego San Diego Supercomputer Ce

Persistent Management of Distributed Data Reagan W. Moore University of California, San Diego San Diego Supercomputer Center moore@sdsc.edu http://www.npaci.edu/DICE/. Staff Reagan Moore Ilkai Altintas Chaitan Baru Sheau Yen Chen Charles Cowart Amarnath Gupta George Kremenek

By zalika
(220 views)

Lecture outline

Lecture outline

Lecture outline. Classification Decision-tree classification. What is classification?. What is classification?. Classification is the task of learning a target function f that maps attribute set x to one of the predefined class labels y. What is classification?. Why classification?.

By lotus
(164 views)

Classes & Objects

Classes & Objects

Classes & Objects. Computer Science I. Last updated 9/30/10. Object-Oriented Programming. OOP: A programming paradigm that uses "objects" – data structures consisting of data fields and methods together with their interactions – to design applications and computer programs

By klaus
(101 views)

JC Raymond, Education, SAS Bill Fehlner, Education, SAS

JC Raymond, Education, SAS Bill Fehlner, Education, SAS

Programming Techniques in SAS: Using the Macro Facility. Programming Techniques in SAS: Using the Macro Facility. &. %. &. &. %. &. %. %. %. &. %. &. &. %. %. %. &. &. %. &. &. %. &. %. %. &. %. %. %. &. %. &. &. &. %. &. &. %. &. &. &. &. %. %. &.

By maurizio
(110 views)

Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Chapter 3. The Entity-Relationship Model. ER Model. Conceptual Design answers: What are the entities and relationships? What information about these entities and relationships should we store in the database? What are the integrity constraints or business rules? ER Model Concepts:

By Jims
(271 views)

UML Class Diagram and Packages

UML Class Diagram and Packages

UML Class Diagram and Packages. What is a Class Diagram?. A class diagram describes the types of objects in the system and the various kinds of static relationships that exist among them A graphical representation of a static view on static elements

By decima
(173 views)

Chapter 6. Classification and Prediction

Chapter 6. Classification and Prediction

What is classification? What is prediction? Issues regarding classification and prediction Classification by decision tree induction Bayesian classification Rule-based classification Classification by back propagation. Support Vector Machines (SVM) Associative classification

By ebony
(173 views)

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