Data Mining of Telecommunications Data as an Example of Systemic Synthesis
AbstractData mining is one of the techniques that are widely used for supporting diverse business tasks. However, the process of building data mining models and transforming results of models execution into useful business knowledge is a complex process that is a result of a synthesis of the knowledge of a group of experts. This process is mostly intuitive and requires development of new scientific methods. Systemic synthesis might be one of the driving forces of such development. For example, recently the Domain-Driven Data Mining methodol ogy has proposed to apply meta-synthesis. In this chapter, examples of applying systemic synthesis in data mining in telecommunication domain are presented
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|Book||Nakamori Yoshiteru (eds.): Knowledge Synthesis, vol. 5, 2016, Tokyo, Springer, Springer Japan, ISBN 978-4-431-55217-8, [978-4-431-55218-5], 210 p., DOI:10.1007/978-4-431-55218-5|
|Keywords in English||Data mining • Knowledge discovery • Systemic synthesis|
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