MCA – IV SEMESTER

 

MCA 220 DATA WAREHOUSING AND DATA MINING

 

L T P Total Credits-4
4 0 0 4 Duration of Exam- Three hours

 

INTRODUCTION

 

Data Mining-motivation, importance-DM Functionalities, Basic Data Mining Tasks, DM Vs KDD, DM Metrics, DM Applications, Social implications.

 

DATA WAREHOUSING

 

Difference between Operational Database and Data warehouse-Multidimensional Data Model: From tables to data Cubes, Schemas, Measures-DW Architecture: Steps for design and construction of DW, 3-tier DW Architecture-DW Implementation: Efficient computation of DATA Cubes, Efficient Processing of OLAP queries, Metadata repository.

 

DATA PREPROCESSING, DATA MINING PRIMITIVES, LANGUAGES

 

Data cleaning, Data Integration and Transformation, Data Reduction. Discretization and concept Hierarchy Generation. Task-relevant data, Background Knowledge, Presentation and Visualization of Discovered Patterns. Data Mining Query Language-other languages for data mining

 

DATA MINING ALGORITHMS

 

Association Rule Mining: MBA Analysis, The Apriori Algorithm, Improving the efficiency of Apriori. Mining Multidimensional Association rules from RDBMS and DXV. Classification and Predication: Decision Tree, Bayesian Classification back propagation, Cluster Analysis: Partitioning Methods, Hierarchical Method, Grid-based methods, Outlier Analysis.

 

WEB, TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL DATA MINING

 

Web content Mining, Web Structure Mining, Web usage mining. Spatial Mining: Spatial DM primitives, Generalization and Specialization, Spatial rules, spatial classification and clustering algorithms. Temporal Mining: Modeling Temporal Events, Times series, Pattern Detection, Sequences.

 

Suggested References

 

1.Jiawei I-lan, & Micheline kamber,”data mining: Concepts and Techniques”. Harcourt India Private Limited, First Indian Reprint,2001

 

2.Margaret H.Dunham,”Data Mining: Introductory and Advanced Topics”. Pearson Education,First Indian Reprint,2003

 

3.Arun K. Pujari,” Data Mining Techniques”, University Press (India) Limited, First Edition,2001

 

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS, NIT Kurukshetra

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