Volume -I , Issue -X, April 2015


Author(s) :

C. Senthil Kumaran , A. Jamaludeen and Diviyamaran


Today’s technology has become an integral part of the business processes, the process of transfer of information has become more complicated. Realistic useof Database systems and Data Warehousing can contribute alot to decision support systems in all type of industries.Data Mining is the process of extracting information from large data sets through the use of algorithms and techniques drawn from the field of Statistics, artificial intelligence, information theory, Machine Learning and Data Base Management Systems.A deep understanding of the knowledge hidden information is vital to a firm’s competitive position and organizational decision-making. Data mining place a vitalrole in all sectors.Finally, this paper is to discussed and concludedthat the applications of data mining techniques are adapted to improve all the sectorswith excellent results.


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How to Cite this Paper? [APA Style]
C. Senthil Kumaran , A. Jamaludeen and Diviyamaran, (2015), APPLICATIONS OF DATA MINING TECHNIQUES, Industrial Science Journal, http://industrialscience.org/Article.aspx?aid=71&vid=10, (April, 2015)
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