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Data Mining Tutorial July 16, 2017, New York / USA

With Data Mining techniques, it is possible to "mine" data pools for "hidden" knowledge. The tutorial will give you a comprehensive overview about Data Mining Methods.

Data Mining Tutorial (http://www.data-mining-forum.de/t_dm.php)

July 16, 2017, New York / USA

Prof. Dr. Petra Perner

With Data Mining techniques, it is possible to "mine" data pools for "hidden" knowledge. Data mining gives you a major competitive advantage in view of the key role played by knowledge and knowledge management in the development of future markets. So why not join us on the route from simple data archiving to automatic knowledge extraction!

Participants will receive a stampend and signed certificate by IBaI for their participation in the tutorial and the tutorial material.

For further information about the tutorial please visit:
www.data-mining-tutorial.de

When

16 Jul 2017 @ 09:00 am

16 Jul 2017 @ 06:00 pm

Duration: 9 hours

Where

Ramada Plaza

160 Frontage Road

United States

Organised by

Institute of Computer Vision and applied Computer Sciences IBaI

+493418612273

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