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DMiner-I: A software tool of data mining and its applications

  • Jie Yang (a1), Chenzhou Ye (a1) and Nianyi Chen (a1)


A software tool for data mining (DMiner-I) is introduced, which integrates pattern recognition (PCA, Fisher, clustering, HyperEnvelop, regression), artificial intelligence (knowledge representation, decision trees), statistical learning (rough set, support vector machine), and computational intelligence (neural network, genetic algorithm, fuzzy systems). It consists of nine function models: pattern recognition, decision trees, association rule, fuzzy rule, neural network, genetic algorithm, HyperEnvelop, support vector machine and visualization. The principle, algorithms and knowledge representation of some function models of data mining are described. Nonmonotony in data mining is dealt with by concept hierarchy and layered mining. The software tool of data mining is realized by Visual C++ under Windows 2000. The software tool of data mining has been satisfactorily applied in the prediction of regularities of the formation of ternary intermetallic compounds in alloy systems, and diagnosis of brain glioma.



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DMiner-I: A software tool of data mining and its applications

  • Jie Yang (a1), Chenzhou Ye (a1) and Nianyi Chen (a1)


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